Bayern Munich star Thomas Müller apologizes to Bayern fans

Thomas Muller

Bayern Munich is on the verge of ending a Bundesliga winning streak that dates back to the 2012/13 season. A 3-1 loss to RB Leipzig, along with Borussia Dortmund’s win against Augsburg, puts Die Schwarzgelben in first place, two points ahead of Bayern. Bayern attacker Thomas Müller used strong words in his Instagram post, but he also begged for the fans’ support in this nail-biting finale to the season (which, thanks board, shouldn’t have been a nail-biter in the first place).

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Bayern Munich legend Thomas Müller says ‘sorry’ to the fans

Thomas Müller contributed an assist in Bayern Munich’s 3-1 loss to RB Leipzig on Saturday. However it meant little to the 33-year-old. Müller’s mind were preoccupied with the squad’s stunning collapse, and he didn’t want to discuss any difficulties with the team’s mentality…at least not at this time.

”I won’t answer now what I think about that. I’m not going to use the energy to tear us apart here, we have to focus fully on next week and I’m going to put all my energy into next weekend. Until then, I’ll give it my all,” Müller said (as captured by @iMiaSanMia).

Thomas Müller posted via instagram that:

“It’s not the time to look back – one more week with full focus and there will be the chance for us to win the league. To be honest I feel sorry for all @fcbayern supporters. Our second half yesterday was shocking poor.”

“Let’s stick together one more week. Everything is still possible.”

#notthetimeforanalysis #pulltogether #acceptreality #together #startsfcb

We may have also seen a video of Bayern fans rushing out of the Allianz Arena before full time. Thomas is correct. Despite the fact that the odds are stacked against the squad, Bayern fans have to come together behind it and offer their complete support. It isn’t even his fault that Bayern are in this situation.

Müller, who made his second consecutive start, has been in almost every situation in his career. He now finds his team in an untenable situation, and there may be nothing he can do to prevent Borussia Dortmund from winning the Bundesliga for the first time since the 2011/12 season.

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