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Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick saw positives in Union Berlin draw, but is moving on

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While he was disappointed to see his team lose its lead late, Hansi Flick did see some good things from Bayern Munich.

FC Bayern Muenchen v 1. FC Union Berlin - Bundesliga Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick might have felt a bit crushed when his team gave up a late goal to Union Berlin, but the 56-year-old quickly shook that off and chose to focus on the future rather than dwell on a mistake.

“It’s a shame we conceded the goal. A win would have been fairer for us. We have to accept it now though. We move on. It was a good game from us, everyone played excellently,” Flick said (as captured by FCBayern.com).

FC Bayern Muenchen v 1. FC Union Berlin - Bundesliga
Hansi Flick saw many positives in Bayern Munich’s draw with Union Berlin.
Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

On the day Flick was just happy to see how the players came together — young and old — to form a cohesive unit.

“The young players contributed well. We made the best of it, unfortunately it wasn’t enough for three points,” said Flick. “When you’re leading, it’s always hard to accept that, especially because we all had a good mentality as well.”

Bayern Munich will now prepare to face-off with Paris Saint-Germain in what could be a season-defining match on Tuesday.