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Interview: Jörg Butt

‘Our last game is a final now’

Bayern drew 2-2 in Hoffenheim on Saturday despite creating far more chances than their opponents. Unsurprisingly, disappointment was the overwhelming emotion in the FCB camp afterwards. Jörg Butt was no exception to the general mood of frustration. Speaking exclusively to, the keeper reviewed the game against the promoted club, and looked ahead to the last day of the campaign.

Interview: Jörg Butt Jörg, what’s your take on the game?
Jörg Butt: “We missed too many chances in the first half, and we weren’t close enough to our men. We created the odd chance or two after half-time, but unfortunately, we didn’t put them away.“ What do you think about the league standings going into the final match?
Butt: “We’ve always said our sole focus was on qualifying directly for the Champions League. We have to give everything next week to make sure we achieve that.“ You face a showdown with VfB for second place.
Butt: “We always knew it would be tense right to the end, and it was a case of all or nothing for us. But it’s true: the game against VfB is a final.“ It’ll be very hard to win the title now. What was the mood in the dressing room?
Butt: “How was the mood… at the end of the day, it’s all still up in the air. We have to concentrate 100 percent on Stuttgart, and just go out and win the game. And then we’ll look and see where it’s got us.“