Thomas Müller’s own goal was a key scene near Bayers 1: 1 in Munich. “We definitely gave us a push of a push – every single one,” Kerem Demirbay said after the final whistle at “Sky” and admitted that “we have heavily done in the first 15 minutes”.
Realistically, the Rhine countries did not just serve for a quarter of an hour, they did that until 1: 1 in the 36th minute. FC Bayern was oppressively superior, but it had been set. “We said we have to suffer – and we did that until the end,” Jonathan Tah realized and gave a look at the rather defensive orientation of his eleven that it was “not easy, because it was not our kind And is to play. “
But it has paid off, possibly even more in it would have been in it, look at the partly high-class opportunities that were left by Amine Adli (42.), Charles Aranguiz (45.) and Jeremie Frimpong (87th). Of course, the disappointment about it was “extremely big”, gave Tah, “but you have to look that you stay positive. We have a young team, you can not do it. On the contrary: We have to push us.”