The record holder is focused on “winning our game,” the 33-year-old said in an Instagram video. “The rest, I would say, is in the hands of the football gods. Or, of course, how well the BVB handles the pressure.”

He read that “the whole city” of Dortmund, between 200,000 and 400,000 fans, was expected to attend the BVB championship celebration. “To live up to the expectations of so many people, you have to do it with a wide cross on the field,” he said. miller. “The players should have endured it in the first place.”

“Stay humble, take what we can get”

Bayern come into Saturday’s game with a score of 1. Cologne are two points behind BVB. Dortmund are playing against FSV Mainz 05, all games start at 15:30 (Sky). “I believe the players will also feel that pressure,” Muller said of the BVB pros. “I hope so too, because it would be the most normal thing in the world for them to feel that kind of pressure.”

To him and his team: “Stay humble, do your job and take what we can get.” The International wished the fans “exciting games”. Such a difficult championship decision “is always needed by everyone who does not support Bayern,” Müller said. So now enjoy too.
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