Heynckes praises game-changing Muller after Bayern Munich comeback

Heynckes praises game-changing Muller after Bayern Munich comeback

The absence of Heynckes wasn't felt however as the Bavarians went on to win 2-1 and extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 18 points.

Sandro Wagner finally rewarded Bayern's second-half improvement with a powerful header to Robben's cross some 20 minutes in, and Robben proved influential again at the end when he earned the second penalty.

Heynckes praised Muller, who was key to the penalty, after changing the game when he was introduced.

"We changed our play when Thomas Muller came on because he's very agile, exploits the space and also opens up space for his team-mates".

"After the early opener Wolfsburg set up their game with a compact defence", said the 72-year-old on the Bayern website. We were struggling in the first half because we just didn't combine well.

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Robben had the chance from the penalty spot early in the second half, after Steffen barged Corentin Tolisso off the ball, but Koen Casteels got a hand to the Dutch winger's strike and pushed it onto the post. I knew we wouldn't score this way.

"During the second half we played more fluently and faster, and we are happy". "It's very bitter for Wolfsburg because they fought brilliantly".

Wolfsburg boss Martin Schmidt, meanwhile, lamented the lack of a clinical edge to his side's display.

"At some point the pressure became too great".

While Wolfsburg will now switch focus to their clash with fellow strugglers Mainz, Heynckes and Bayern turn their attention to the Champions League round of 16 clash with Besiktas in midweek.

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