"It was very hard because I was alone sometimes".
"If you are alone against two or three good players it's very hard to play".
Bayern was playing without the injured Arjen Robben and the suspended pair of Thomas Mueller and Joshua Kimmich. It was also a display of muscle-flexing by City, Liverpool and Spurs that will have been noted by the likes of Barcelona and Juventus, the two continental heavyweights most likely to stand in the way of an English triumph in the final in Madrid on June 1. They know it's a tough place to come.
Nothing, however, helped provide the goals.
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"In the first half we scored an outstanding goal - wow - and by half-time time everybody knew it would not be easy for Munich, and that is important information for the opponent after they were happy with a 0-0 at Anfield".
However they are now being pushed all the way by Dortmund this season, and their elimination from the Champions League has piled further pressure on manager Niko Kovac.
"Hopefully we can carry those on and go as far as we can in that competition".
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And despite the prospect of two titles, Bayern's thoughts are already turning to next season.
Asked about the 27-year-old's performance, Klopp said: "It was brilliant".
Canadian youngster Alphonso Davies completed his transfer from the Vancouver Whitecaps in January, and Bayern has already signed World Cup victor Benjamin Pavard from league rival Stuttgart for next season.
"This is important for where we want to get to".
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