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FC Bayern star Thomas Müller makes the mega laugh with saying about Matthäus in the Sky Studio


FC Bayern celebrate a deserved win at Chelsea. After the game, Thomas Müller was in a good mood - and caused a lot of laughter in the Sky interview.

FC Bayern celebrate a deserved win at Chelsea. After the game, Thomas Müller was in a good mood - and caused a lot of laughter in the Sky interview.

  • FC Bayern meet Chelsea in the round of 16 of the Champions League
  • In the first leg, Hansi Flick's team won 3-0 at Stamford Bridge (0-0)
  • Here are the voices from Sky summarized for the CL-Kracher

Munich - FC Bayern * celebrated a deserved 3: 0 (0: 0) success at Chelsea and is therefore already with one leg in the quarter-finals of the Champions League before the second leg on March 18 in the Allianz Arena *.

Before the game, there was an incident from Bayern fans trying to gain access to the stadium without having an admission ticket. The police then had to come up with horses.

In a goalless first half, both teams had a good chance of scoring, but it was only after the change of sides that FC Bayern took the form of a lightning double pack from Serge Gnabry *.

FC Bayern: Thomas Müller makes great laughs in the interview

The 24-year-old first met in the 51st minute after great preparatory work by Robert Lewandowski for the FCB leadership. Less than three minutes later the doorbell rang again in the box of Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero - and again the goal scorer was Gnabry.

6 - @ FCBayern's @SergeGnabry scored all of his 6 # UCL career goals in London - previously he had scored four times against the Spurs. Heimatgefühle. #CFCFCB #CHEBAY

- OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) February 25, 2020

Robert Lewandowski * finished in the 76th minute. Despite the deserved success and the strong performance, there was a downside: Kingsley Coman had to be replaced injured in the second half. However, the Frenchman only suffered a strain and only missed a few days. The squad * of the record champions should be able to compensate for his loss during this time.

Bayern: Rummenigge announces hidden Flick contract extension

After the game, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge presented Hansi Flick with a birthday present at the banquet speech. "There is a red pencil in it," the FCB boss reveals tellingly: "And with pencils you sometimes even sign papers at Bayern." So everything indicates that Hansi Flick remains a coach at Bayern *.

Who was the best player in this game for you? Vote! Our Bayern editorial team gave top marks to two Bayern players. After the games, everyone involved was in a good mood. After the gala against Chelsea the shock for Bayern: Robert Lewandowski has been injured and has been out for weeks. Who will replace him against Hoffenheim?

Sky's voices summarized:

Serge Gnabry on ...

... the game and its goals: "I think we came out strong and put a lot of pressure on Chelsea. We made good use of the switching moments. Lewy put on two goals that he might have been able to do himself and then made one himself. We are just happy "

... Lewy's goal in a knockout game: "I think Robert has scored in almost every game so far. He has brought us so far this season. It's not something new. "

... the good omen London: "It seems somehow. It's always good to come back here. I also have a lot of friends here who were also in the stadium. They give me strength. "

... a possible visit to London's nightlife: "Have a look ..."

FC Bayern: Müller fucks Matthäus - Flick enthusiastic about his team

Thomas Müller about ...

... the game: "In the end we are already out in the round of 16. The salt in the soup are the knockout games and we have certainly made an excellent away game. We had a maximum of one or two shaky scenes and should have rewarded ourselves with a goal in the first half. It was an intense game and the adrenaline is still there. Nevertheless, a deserved 3-0. We arrived with a lot of confidence and were able to convert that into goals. ”

... Gnabry's hit rate in London: "Arsenal may also be wondering why he hits London like a charm. But I am glad that he is only doing this now - otherwise he might not have ended up with us. "

... Davies and his social media videos: "You know how it is there. I think these videos are good too, but what's more important is what's on the pitch. If we didn't win and Alphonso didn't play that well, it would be quick, he's distracted. But you have to say the boy is blessed with a body and a sprint. We haven't had that in Bavaria yet. But it is also impressive that he learned tactically last year. He showed world-class performances in the back left. "

... the opponent Chelsea FC: "I've never played here personally. FC Bayern has had very good experiences in England. We haven't been to Stamford Bridge yet, now we could put an exclamation point here. The other teams: They can think of us what they want. The respect for Bayern is always great, even if our reputation has suffered in recent years. You have to count on us even if that little bit of luck is part of the Champions League. We feel good and also have the necessary humility at the moment. We know exactly where we are. We are not perfect and we have to keep working. ”

... the future of coach Flick: "You can see which football we are playing, but we do not need to pat our shoulders because if we lose next week the sparrows will sing another song on the roofs."

his contract and the demand from Sky expert Lothar Matthäus: "Say Lothar, are you actually still an expert or are you already working for Sky? That depends on what he says. There is no flat-rate extension, but we also have no pressure. It's about we get a few rounds. When it gets March or April, you can deal with it. "

Bayern: coach Flick beyond summer? "I'm not interested"

Hansi Flick (coach, FC Bayern) about ...

... about Thomas Müller: “Thomas did exactly what we needed. The rooms well occupied. He is very intelligent and knows where to offer himself. He played a very good game today, like the whole team. It's always difficult to take one out of there. We put pressure on the opponent from the start. We are very happy.

... Alphonso Davies' performance: “He brings his strength into play. It was of course the case that he was initially intended for the offensive, but he does an excellent job on the left defense. The development he is doing is phenomenal. He is well integrated in the team and can also be fun.

... Lewandowski's performance: “He also prepared a goal, sensationally good. That also shows that you have one for the other in the team. They are simply things that are part of a team sport. Today you just have to say it was a sensational team effort.

... his position as Bayern coach beyond the season: "I don't care at all. Ultimately, it is about the team that the team has success *. We just try to hire the team as a coaching team. ”

FC Bayern - Chelsea coach Lampard: "I'm not saying it's over, but ..."

Alphonso Davies (FC Bayern) about ...

... the game: "I was satisfied in all areas. Defensive and offensive. It was good in the first half and even better in the second. Whether it's a dream to play at Bayern: Yes, it's like a dream. As a boy you saw these games and now you are on the pitch yourself. That's wonderful.

... his position: "I think the differences are not that big. You have the whole line in front of you that you have to cover. The bottom line is it is not a new position for me. I've already played the position in Vancouver.

Frank Lampard (Chelsea FC coach): “Bayern have played well. We knew it was going to be a tough match. I'm a little disappointed with my team's performance, but Bayern deserved to win. I will not stand here and say that it is over, but it will be very difficult. Chelsea haven't played at this level for years and it was important to see where we stand compared to the others. ”

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Rubric list picture: © dpa / Soeren Stache

Source: merkur

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