Bayern Munich conceded three goals against Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain at Allianz Arena which could have a crucial effect in their second leg match next week. The Bavarians permeable defence could not have a big problem if they scored more goals in the chances they created.
Bayern playmaker Thomas Muller questioned the sides attack explaining why they fell to a 2-3 behind in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday night in Germany.
The world cup winner said that the visitor's attack was unrelenting, he expected Bayern to show clinical finishing despite not have their top skipper Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry.
"We should score more goals basically,” Thomas told sky sports. “You can always talk about conceding goals, but to my opinion, if it ended 6-3 in our favour, then no one would be complaining.
“We laid an egg in our nest and we will have to chase for goals in the second round for sure “.
The playmaker went on to highlight the mistakes made by their defence was not their biggest problems in the night.
“We didn’t allow so much tonight, if we showed out usually deadly instinct which defines us the game would have been completely different”.
“It is always clear you cannot shut down the PSG offensively, we have an attacking style that’s why we are always high-scoring, that why we win most of our matches and today we created many and scored less “.
The Hansi Flick men were behind two goals before Thomas Muller and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting equalized for the side. Mbappe gave the PSG the lead again in the 68th minute giving the visitors an advantage before the second leg.
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