Thomas Müller wasn’t having the best day for Bayern Munich. Playing out on the wing in a 4-3-3, Müller was having a difficult time getting involved in Bayern’s attack and, when he was involved, played a lot of errant passes as he was trying to force things to happen instead of just letting the game come to him.
However, as everyone knows, Müller only needs one inch of space to break the hearts of his opponents, and Dortmund gave him that on a corner kick. The result? Mats Hummels picked up his first assist in a Bayern jersey, as his header found the foot of Müller, and Bayern took a 2-0 lead.
Right place, right time = Thomas Müller, always. #BVBFCB https://t.co/Pxd1M1B67V— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) August 14, 2016
So, how did Dortmund take the goal?
#bvbfcb 0-2 pic.twitter.com/iYJTmstrVv— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) August 14, 2016