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Thomas Muller took quite possibly the worst corner we've ever seen last night against Schalke.
Bayern won 1-0 away from home in the DFB quarter final courtesy of a goal from Joshua Kimmich but the real highlight - if you can call it that - was Muller's absolute gaffe of a corner kick.
The World Cup winner initially walked away from the set-piece just after half-time before going back to the spot and attempting a quickly taken corner similar to the one Trent Alexander-Arnold destroyed Barcelona with at Anfield back in May.
But the German got it horribly wrong and although you could see he was clearly looking for the run of Philippe Coutinho, he ended up going full Sunday League by kicking the ball out of play.
Muller's reaction was one of complete and utter frustration - falling to the floor with his head in his hands as though he had missed a sitter of a chance.
It's the second time Muller has been in the news for comical reasons in the last week, as prior to Bayern's Champions League round of 16 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the 30-year old accidentally levelled a mascot in the face with his elbow.
One of the most unconventional players in world football, Muller has nine goals and 17 assists in all competitions for Bayern this season.
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