Despite the result in Freiburg, Pep Guardiola said he was "very proud" of his players
Despite the result in Freiburg, Pep Guardiola said he was "very proud" of his players

Guardiola: "Very proud"

Freiburg - Pep Guardiola's FC Bayern Munich were left licking their wounds after dropping points for the first time this season in Tuesday night's surprise 1-1 draw at SC Freiburg.

FC Bayern Munich rounds up the post-match thoughts from Matchday 4's opener...

Pep Guardiola: I think it was a good game and I'm satisfied with my team's performance. We played very well. I know how dangerous it is to come to Freiburg. We were strong in defence, Freiburg played well sitting deep, but we controlled the game. I don't think I risked too much with the line-up. It's the decision I made and the players out on the pitch played well and I believe we took a step forward in terms of our playing style. Now we have to recover as quickly as possible in order to face against Chelsea in the Supercup on Friday.

Philipp Lahm: The players are at fault for the two dropped points because we failed to make it 2-0 and conceded the equaliser just before the end. We had very clear chances that we really should have put away. We were punished today for not scoring the second goal. The team selection is definitely not a valid excuse. The players who started the match today are all quality players.

SC Freiburg

Nicolas Höfler: I am very happy I was standing in front of goal and was able to put the ball in the net. I saw that Freis had the ball, then I ran into the box and scored - that’s what we do almost every day in training.

Oliver Baumann: I’m still trying to calm down! The team fought incredibly hard and the fans really spurred us on. Bayern tried to take the pace out of the game. We have improved game by game this season and that was the case again today. The coach places huge tactical demands on every player.