Thomas Müller, a Bayern Munich midfielder, complimented Barcelona on their victory against Real Madrid in Sunday’s LaLiga El Clasico match.
Barcelona beat Real Madrid 4-0, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring twice and Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres each scoring once.
Barcelona is now in third place in LaLiga, with 54 points from 28 games, thanks to their win against Real Madrid.
Muller reacted by tweeting that it was a pleasure to see Barcelona’s fantastic performance against Real Madrid.
The Germany international tweeted: “Congrats @FCBarcelona.
“It was a pleasure to watch this amazing performance tonight. Chapeau.”
Barcelona’s next match is on April 3 at Camp Nou against Sevilla.
What did Muller do to Barcelona?
With driving sleet and no fans, Bayern Munich’s Champions League encounter versus FC Barcelona was less than ideal. However, one person in particular was unconcerned about this: Thomas Müller was so worked up about scoring more goals against his favorite opponents in Europe’s top club championship that he spurred his colleagues forward from the start.
Müller was in the right place at the right moment as Robert Lewandowski‘s cross came his way in the 34th minute. To start the scoring, he hooked the ball home nicely. It was his 50th goal in the Champions League, with eight of them coming against Barcelona, making him the player with the most goals against a single team.
“I observed that the ball was up in the air and I couldn’t direct it,” the scorer remarked after the final whistle, detailing how his goal came about in his unique and identifiable way: “I noticed that the ball was up in the air and I couldn’t direct it.”
“It was then only a matter of looping the ball back to where it came from. But it was good that things turned out the way they did. It was a Müller goal, as everyone always says.”
Even yet, the attacker’s desire was unsatisfied. Müller could be heard again throughout the stadium after Leroy Sané’s goal doubled Bayern’s advantage (43′): “Let’s go for the next one.” Again, his colleagues paid attention: after the break, Jamal Musiala (62′) extended the lead to 3-0 for the Munich squad.
The man in the dugout, of course, was aware of this favorable impact on the team. “The other players are pushed when there is someone who is continually instructing and engaged. “In a game without fans, that’s possibly even more crucial,” said head coach Julian Nagelsmann, before describing Müller as “an important player.” for the sake of his group.
There is still a long way to go – Muller
Müller is also a highly successful player: with his milestone goal, he moved up to sixth all-time in Europe’s most important club competition: the Champions League. “50 Champions League goals is a big amount,” FCB’s number 25 said before adding a sentence that FCB’s opponents should undoubtedly take seriously. “I still have some work to do. This isn’t the final destination “.