Lewandowski: 'We didn't score enough goals'
Robert Lewandowski felt Bayern München should have put more than three goals past Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday evening.
Robert Lewandowski believes Bayern München should have scored more than three goals against Red Star Belgrade in Wednesday's Champions League game at Allianz Arena.
|Robert Lewandowski.||Photo: Sven Mandel / CC-BY-SA-4.0|
Speaking after Bayern's 3-0 victory, Lewandowski said he felt his side lacked a bit of efficiency in the final third.
"We always had the game under control and played well, we upped the pace and created a lot of chances. But we didn't score enough goals. We always tried to get forward. Sometimes we might have made wrong decisions, but these are little things. In the end, it was only three goals, but it could have been five or six," Lewandowski said, as quoted by the club.
"You need games like today to help with a good analysis, to see what you can do better. After the second goal, it got easier. I'm glad I scored again," he added.
After scoring Bayern's second goal on Wednesday, Lewandowski has now netted nine times in seven appearances this season.