the nice sequence between Müller and Tchouaméni after the match

the nice sequence between Müller and Tchouaméni after the match
the nice sequence between Müller and Tchouaméni after the match

Thomas Müller interrupted an interview after the draw between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid (2-2) on Wednesday in the Champions League, seeing Aurélien Tchouaméni approaching.

With Thomas Müller (34 years old), laughing seems rather easy. The German striker made another amusing sequence on Wednesday after the draw between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid (2-2) in the semi-final first leg of the Champions League. Guest on CBS Sports Golazo, a program also customary for moments of laughter around former players Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards, Müller began his speech by ensuring that he did not feel the pain of an “old man” after the fight between the two behemoths of European football

“Tchouaméni listen to our tactics for the next match”

“No, today I felt very good but…”, he began before stopping at the sight of an opponent whom he suspected of spying on his words. “Tchouaméni is listening,” he said, turning his gaze towards the French midfielder of Real Madrid, out of the camera’s field of view. “He listens to our tactics for the next match,” added the 2014 world champion with a big smile.

This caused general laughter on the set of the show. After trying to pick up the thread of his response, the French international finally appeared in the image before shaking hands with the Bavarian striker. “He will come later,” Müller added to his interlocutors.

“I felt quite good but in the end I’m not satisfied with this draw. But it’s Real Madrid, you know that, you saw it twice against City, you saw it last last year, every year so you have to pay attention every minute. Toni Kroos (visibly close to him) laughs but he knows it’s always the same I’m not happy today but it was OK.”

On Tuesday, Thomas Müller became the sixth player in history to reach the mark of 150 matches in the Champions League after Cristiano Ronaldo (183), Iker Casillas (177), Lionel Messi (163), Karim Benzema (152) and Xavi (151). He is ahead of his compatriot Toni Kroos (149). “It’s not bad, you have to sleep well and eat well to achieve that,” he smiled as a preamble to his intervention. “At my age, normally you’re in a wheelchair.”

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