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We could see a different game if we showed 'killer instinct' – Muller

Thu 08 April 2021 | 9:06

Bayern star talks about the reasons behind last night’s 3-2 loss to Paris Saint-Germain.

Bayern Munich

faced

Paris Saint-Germain

last night in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. the Bavarians fell behind the opponent with two goals from

Kylian Mbappe

and

Marquinhos

, however, Bayern took control of the ball after that and were able to equalize the game with goals from

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting

and

Thomas Muller

. In the 68

th

minute of the game, Mbappe managed to score once more to gift the Parisians a valuable away victory.

Bayern forward Thomas Muller is not happy with the team’s performance in the final third and believes they could have leave the pitch with a victory if they showed ‘the killer instinct’.

In an interview with

Sky Sports

, the German said:

"We need to score significantly more goals.

"Of course, you can always discuss conceding goals, but I think if it ends 6-3 for us, then nobody can complain.

"That's the way it is now, we've laid the egg in our own nest. And now we have to chase the deficit, that's for sure.

Muller also insists they didn’t have much problem in defense and shutting down PSG’s offense is not always easy.

"We didn't really allow that much,"

he continued.

"If we showed the killer instinct that often distinguishes us, we would have seen a completely different game.

"It's also clear that you can never completely shut down Paris' offensive. ... We have an attacking approach, that's why we score a lot of goals, that's why we win a lot of games and today we missed a lot of big chances."


source: SportMob