Created on 06-11-2010 at 00:00 AM
Bayern utterly controlled the first half of Saturday’s meeting with Borussia Mönchengladbach, and could easily have led by more than 2-1 at the interval. But the home side struck twice in a remarkable spell around the hour, and it was left to Philipp Lahm to salvage a point for the champions. Disappointment was the main emotion in the FCB camp afterwards. “That game should never have ended in a draw, not in a million years,“ fumed Mario Gomez and company.
Reaction to Monchengladbach v Bayern:
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge: “We played very, very good football in the first 45 minutes, but from the restart until the 75th minute we were too passive and lost concentration. We let Gladbach back into the match, and suddenly we were 3-2 behind. The 3-3 draw feels more like a defeat than a point gained.“