Thomas Müller, the crack of Bayern Munich who wants to emulate Real Madrid

Thomas Müller, the crack of Bayern Munich who wants to emulate Real Madrid

Thomas Müller did not hide the desire to want to play as the last winner of the UEFA Champions League, as the media explained that they always “keep their heads high and with confidence”

Real Madrid is synonymous with an important team in Europe, it is for this reason that now the midfielder who lives in Germany with Bayern Munich and who is present in the Selection of the mentioned country, Thomas Müller, took the time and spoke about his desire to be able to look a little more like the white team that won the last edition of the UEFA Champions League.

The German National Team faced England, and after the game, it was the moment in which Müller explained that he would like the Teutonic team, which will be in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, to have more of the DNA of Real Madrid, a team that according to he doesn’t always play nice, but he always gets the positive results in order to continue advancing to achieve the goals set at the beginning of the season.

“I have worked under Ancelotti. Real Madrid can be an example for us. They don’t always play brilliant football, but they keep their heads up and their self-confidence. That’s the way to do it”, Müller explained about Real Madrid.

Without a doubt, this demonstrates the power that Real Madrid has, because even a player who has won two trebles – German Cup and League plus the Champions Leauge – on two occasions, plus different national titles and a World Cup with the national team falls surrendered at the feet of the merengue team and its style of play.

On the other hand, following the order of ideas about the approaches that he would like to add to the German National Team, Müller, 33 years old, also emphasized how good it is to have a large number of players who make life in his team, the Bayern, because that way they have different plays prepared to surprise their rivals inside or outside Europe.

“Given that we have a lot of Bayern players in our team, it can be an advantage that we understand each other naturally and can fall back on combinations and automatisms that also work at the club. It would be great if we could work on that”, concluded the player who lifted the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

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