Two points thrown to the dustbin, in the most unthinkable way possible. Bayern Munich were in perfect control of their home game against Wolfsburg, they were 2-0 up until the 56th minute thanks to first half goals by Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben, but…
Wolfsburg did not earn the draw, but rather we gave them the point gift-wrapped
Thomas Muller told reporters after the 2-2 draw in Munich, product of a big Sven Ulreich (Manuel Neuer’s substitute) mistake in Maximilian Arnold’s free-kick, and a late Daniel Didavi goal.
We had two or three super chances in the second half, which we had to score. At the back we twice made it easy for Wolfsburg
the Bayern attacker also said, in disbelief of the ‘cheap’ way his team threw away two points.
We didn’t play like we wanted to. We were slow, lacking intensity, not compact enough. We didn’t have the game under control like we usually do. That is why the game went like this
Carlo Ancelotti told reporters. As for Ulreich’s mistake, he was quick to cover his goalkeeper despite admitting his mistake.
Sven made a mistake, but the result came from the fact we didn’t play well as a team
the Bayern coach said. The Bavarians are traveling to Paris midweek, to face PSG in the Champions League group stage, and Ancelotti looked confident that “in Paris, Bayern will play differently”.