In the recently concluded match between England and Germany, Thomas Müller had the perfect chance to score a goal and equalize the match but he failed to hit the net. He missed the target by only a few centimeters. The striker knelt in front of the goal post and held his head in disbelief.
The 31-year-old has apologized to his fans on Instagram with emotional words. He also posted a picture of the disappointing moment. The game ended with Germany losing to England by two goals. Raheem Sterling scored the first goal for England while Harry Kane scored the second goal. Unfortunately, Germany scored null goals against England and had to concede defeat.
In his post, Thomas Müller wrote the following words, "There it was, that one moment that you will remember at the end, that keeps you awake at night. The moment which you work, train and live for as a footballer. That moment when you alone have it in your hands, to bring your team back into a tight knockout game and to send an entire football nation into ecstasy. "
Getting such an opportunity and wasting it is very painful for him."It hurts me for the whole DFB team, my teammates, and our coach, who put their trust in me to be there right then" Müller added."But most of all, it hurts because of all the German fans out there, who have stood by us and supported us during the European Championship despite facing difficulties. Thank you for your support. "
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