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Thomas Muller: "Things are going well"

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Thomas Muller is pleased with Bayern Munich's season but thinks that they can play even better.

Bayern Munich attacking midfielder Thomas Muller has admitted that "things are going well" at the club following their defeat of Juventus in the Champions League quarter-final and winning the Bundesliga with six games to spare.

Muller said, however, that Bayern were not at their best against Juventus and can still improve throughout the tournament.

"Of course things are going well for us – we're playing really well and we're getting good results," UEFA.com quotes him as saying. "Maybe we didn't play as well today as we did a week ago, but if you win 2-0 in Turin then it must mean you've not done much wrong.

"We knew that Juventus are a good team but we had lots of confidence because we know how much quality we have, so I did think we were favourites, but we still had to keep two clean sheets against them.

"Not everything was perfect today, we had a few weaknesses in defence, but overall we played two good games and I think we can still improve. I don't mind who we get, we'll just have to see."

Mario Mandzukic and Claudio Pizarro got Bayern's two goals in Turin.

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Bayern's Mario Mandzukic is congratulated by team mates after scoring the opening goal against Juventus on April 10, 2013
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