The team’s reactions to Bayern Munich’s victory over Wolfsburg, and a successful Bundesliga season

Bayern Munich stylishly ended their Bundesliga title with a 4-0 victory over Vfl Wolfsburg in the final round of the season. Although the Rekordmeister They had nothing to play for, they still had a highly professional performance, one that reflected the mood and spirit of the team that has been ubiquitous since Hansi Flick took over last November.

When Niko Kovac was fired at the Hinrunde, not many fans gave them a shot at the title this season. However, Flick stabilized the rocking boat and turned what was a leaky fishing boat in rough seas into a cruise-controlled aircraft carrier, dropping points only three times and guiding his team to the title with two sets of surplus.

After all, it was a difficult season for many, especially for Thomas muller. Once an almost irreplaceable name in Bayern’s starting eleven, Der Raumdeuter cut his minutes short under Kovac, to the point that he was very close to getting away from Munich. Fortunately, Muller overcame his difficulties and finally made the season one of his best personal marks, with 21 assists and 8 goals only in the league, not to mention that he extended his contract with the club.

“It wasn’t easy in the fall, both for the club and for me personally,” Muller said after the victory in Wolfsburg. “So aside from my first championship title, this is perhaps the most intense and most emotional for me.”

As outstanding as he was this season, Muller did not forget to extend his gratitude to his team and fans. “A big compliment to everyone involved, to everyone who made it possible for us to end the campaign,” he said. “But the biggest thanks to our fans, who still love soccer, despite everything!”

Muller’s main strike partner Robert Lewandowski He joined in to express his gratitude as well. The Poland captain broke record after record this season, finishing the league with a personal best of 34 goals. Naturally, he took home the coveted Torjaegerkannone for the third consecutive year, and its fifth time overall.

“Of course I am very satisfied with my 34 goals, I am very grateful to my colleagues. I always try to do my best, “he said, building up credit with his teammates who helped him accomplish that feat.

Needless to say, coach Hansi Flick He was immensely satisfied with the performance his team had shown in the past few months. “I am proud of the achievements of my team,” he said. “The way we put pressure on our opponents, the energy we showed in each game pleased me. I’m proud of it. “Captain Manuel Neuer He also shared his coach’s satisfaction, saying “I don’t think we’ve seen Bayern at Hinrunde like we did at Ruckrunde.” I think we are all responsible for getting back up and coming back this strong now. “

Finally, even the Allianz Arena thanked fans by lighting up red, with the word DANKE splattered across the stadium’s facade in white. A beautiful exhibition of the best stadium in the world for the best fans in the world!