Munich - Off the Ball, bundesliga.com’s daily feature, brings you another dose of the weird and wonderful tales to have emerged from Germany's top flight.

In the latest edition, we give Thomas Müller an English lesson, Borussia Dortmund welcome a very special visitor to the club museum and BVB's coaching staff are rewarded for their DFB Cup exploits.

will have been in high spirits following FC Bayern München's 3-1 win PFC CSKA Moscow in the UEFA Champions League, but the attacking midfielder was left red-faced during an interview on Russian TV after the full-time whistle. While trying to emphasise the quadruple winners' self-belief, Müller made a right faux pas by putting Bayern's confidence down to "having a big breast". The German phrase ' mit breiter Brust ' means "with a lot of self-confidence" but, unfortunately for Müller, nobody told him that 'Brust' - meaning 'breast' - should on no account be translated literally. Not in this sense, anyway...

Finally, Jürgen Klopp and Co. were the recipients of an unexpected surprise following BVB's over 1. FC Saarbrücken in the DFB Cup third round. After the game, Dortmund's players, as well as the entire coaching staff, were treated to a post-match snack of 25 Bratwürste. Klopp, for one, appreciated the surprise: "I'm a fan of Bratwürste, but I have no idea who placed the order," said the bemused 46-year-old, who described the sausages as "truly awesome". According to Bild, the person responsible was general manager Fritz Lünschermann. How many sausages will he be ordering if Dortmund win the competition..?