The Polish star was unhappy with his team's performance in the crucial match against the Tigres.
star Robert Lewandowski has claimed after the club's World Cup victory that he asked his team-mates to send more crosses to the goal during the game.
Bayern Munich became the first team after Barcelona to win the sextuple and win the trophy in Qatar with a victory over the Tigres. The German champions did not do well against their Mexican rivals, and Lewandowski protested to his team-mates about how they were playing between the two halves. After the game, Lewandowski explained what happened.
Lewandowski told reporters:
"I said to the boys at half-time, come on, put a few more crosses in.
"They managed it once and that’s how we won the sextuple, and that’s an amazing thing!"
Müller was absent from the match due to coronavirus and Lewa added:
"It’s a shame that Thomas Muller wasn’t able to be here. We are flying back straight home to Munich, there is no time to celebrate."