Bayern Munich have received apologies from fans on behalf of those who booed Arjen Robben last night.
Robben was given a hostile reception when he came on as a substitute during a friendly between Netherlands and Bayern after the winger missed a vital penalty in Saturday's Champions League final.
However, Bayern chairman Karl Heinz-Rummenigge revealed that many fans have apologised on behalf of others, as well as passing on the club's best wishes to the player.
"This morning we have received a lot of reactions from Bayern fans who apologise on behalf of those who whistled," he said in a statement.
"Bayern wish Arjen Robben a good and successful Euro championship and look forward to having him back in the Bayern group in July."
Robben's Netherlands side find themselves in the Euro 2012 'group of death' alongside Germany, Portugal and Denmark.