Bayern Munich said goodbye to the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

A 0-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain was insufficient for the defending champion after the 2-3 defeat in the first leg.

"We did not lose the diptych tonight, the result in Munich should have been better," goalkeeper Manuel Neuer told

Sky Germany


"That's frustrating, because we missed many opportunities at the time."

Last week, Bayern was dominant, but PSG got by far the most opportunities on Tuesday.

The Germans only came close to the necessary second hit a few times.

“We were on our last legs,” said Neuer.

"It is difficult against a top team like PSG, but we gave everything on the field."


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Bayern coach Hansi Flick could also not blame his team over two games, except for missing the many opportunities in Munich.

"We would have been through with one more goal now", he stated soberly.

"But you also saw today how dangerous PSG was in the counter," Flick referred to Kylian Mbappé and Neymar in particular.

The Brazilian hit the post and the crossbar for the French.

Those kinds of big opportunities were not forthcoming for Bayern on Tuesday, which the injured club top scorer Robert Lewandowski had to miss.

"Normally we have a lot of quality up front, but we couldn't hit today."

"Still, I want to give my team a big compliment on how we played, despite PSG being through," said Flick.

"As a worthy loser, I would like to congratulate them there."

Kylian Mbappé shakes hands with Thomas Müller after the final whistle.

Kylian Mbappé shakes hands with Thomas Müller after the final whistle.

Photo: AFP