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Thomas Muller's Wife Forced To Apologise To Bayern Munich Manager

Thomas Muller's Wife Forced To Apologise To Bayern Munich Manager

She visited Niko Kovac to say sorry for her comments.

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare

Thomas Muller's wife has been forced to apologise to Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac after she decided to express her opinions on social media during the club's 1-1 draw against Freiburg on Saturday afternoon.

In the 70th minute, Kovac decided to bring Muller off the bench as the reigning Bundesliga champions struggled to find the net.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The fact that the German international was on the sidelines was too much for some, including Lisa Muller, who decided to take a pop at Kovac for his inability to throw her husband on the pitch earlier.

"More than 70 minutes until he finally has a brain wave." said LIsa on her official Instagram.

Thomas tried to play down the incident after the full-time whistle, but it didn't exactly work and Lisa was forced to apologise for her choice of words.

In fact, she visited Kovac to deliver the apology in person.

Bayern later released a statement on their website in a bizarre confirmation that she had actually said sorry. Why would you do this?

"Lisa Muller, the wife of Thomas Muller, went directly after the Bundesliga game against Freiburg in the Allianz Arena to coach Niko and apologised for her Instagram post during the substitution of Thomas Muller," Bayern's statement read.

"Kovac accepted her apology."

Bayern have struggled in recent weeks to really hit form, and Muller was rather critical of his teammates.

"We have to be worried about how we play tonight. We're advanced to next round, that's what matters most. We know that this is not the way we wanted to play."

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