Created on 05-02-2012 at 00:00 AM
Bayern could not be faulted for effort in the freezing cold of the Imtech Arena on Saturday, with 21 shots at goal, 10 corners and 60 percent of the possession. For all that, Hamburg claimed a 1-1 draw with FCB, who were not entirely sure what to make of it afterwards. “Basically, you're disappointed and angry, but on the other hand you can't say we played badly," reflected Thomas Müller, “so we're caught between two stools."
The Munich camp was united in accepting that one point was not enough. “I'm immensely angry about the draw, because we could have taken so much more from the game," continued Müller. “We should have won here, with graft and effort if necessary," said boss Jupp Heynckes. The coach had no complaints about his side's determination and attitude, “but FC Bayern always aim higher than anyone else, so we can't be satisfied, that much is clear."