Joshua Kimmich was naturally disappointed after Bayern Munich's 3-0 defeat by Manchester City, especially as he thought the Bavarians were "very, very good" in the first hour.
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After the match, Bayern captain Joshua Kimmich was unhappy with the way the game went and the result:
"The first 60 minutes were very, very good. Then, just like against Freiburg, we were hit by another long-range goal out of the blue," Kimmich said, as quoted by FCBinside.de.
"Before that, we had a great chance to make it 1-0 through Jamal Musiala. After that we were more error-prone. Until the 2-0 goal, it was an even match. The result is bitter, of course.
"After the half-time break, we still believed we could turn the game around. The 2-0 goal came after a mistake, which of course is punished at this level," added Kimmich, referring to Dayot Upamecano's individual error prior to Man City's second goal.