According to her puzzling weak work use in the small football stadium of Villarreal, the first of all disgusted title hunters of FC Bayern disappeared with a promise to the Spanish night.

“We’ll be angry,” Thomas Müller said fighting after the 0: 1 (0: 1) in the first part of the quarter-final duel with the FC Villarreal at the forefront of the second leg on 12 April in Munich. This Champions League season is not over.

At a point all agreed at the loser, from the players to the coach. The most pleasing at the 90 messaging minutes in Spain was the result.

FC Bayern “lives the confidence for the second leg”

“We have to say honestly that we are still well served with the 0: 1,” Joshua Kimmich confessed in the face of the numerous possibilities of tactically smart Europe League winner, who met the post, among other things, and that a gate was unknown after video proof.

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“The fact that it is only 0: 1, the confidence for the second leg lives,” Strainer Julian Nagelsmann emphasized and announced for the second round in Munich: “We will show another face.”

The 34-year-old could not explain why his team did not come to tours at all in such an important game, “no power” had, faulty acting and offensively after 30 hits in the eight royal class games had previously stayed goatless.

Self-criticism at Bayern: “We were not good”

At the end of the end – completely deserved – the first away defeat in the Champions League after four and a half years. And the realization that Villarreal is no lightweight as an opponent.

“It’s a typical Spanish team that can gamble,” said Nagelsmann recognizing. “It’s not the opponent that you can walk over it,” Müller also said after the “unscheduled” Bayern evening before 23,500 energetic fans in Estadio de la Cerámica.

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“We were not good,” was the Summary of Nagelsmann. The belief in a possible semi-final against the FC Liverpool, which is clearly on course in the next round with coach Jürgen Klopp after a 3-1 at Benfica Lisbon, is not gone.

“We did not play an overpowering opponent,” Kimmich said. And Müller already built anger in the stomach: “We have to go back in the second leg.”