Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick has expressed his happiness at beating Hertha Berlin 4-0.
“A four-nil win – not every team in Berlin can do that!” he said at his post-match news conference.
“I think we deservedly won. In the first game after the [mid-season] break, with such a short preparation, it is not always so easy to know where you are.
“So, it was great for us that we started the second half of the season with such a result.”
Muller also echoed Flick’s sentiments.
The Germany international told Sky Sport Germany: “We made them tired.
“The gaps got bigger in the second half. In my opinion, we played too patiently in the first half. We didn’t play bad, but we weren’t really that dangerous.
“We let Hertha play in the first half, but in the second half we kept going.”
Hertha boss Klinsmann was not happy with the scoreline.
Klinsmann told reporters: “Four goals is a bit much. I think we played well for an hour.
“We had two or three chances in the first half. Then the first goal comes, but I think the sticking point was certainly the penalty – it broke us a little.
“We have to get points against the teams that are around us in the lower half of the table.”