Schweinsteiger: 'We don't care when we win it'

Munich - Bayern München enjoyed yet another successful day at the office on Saturday, racking up a 50th consecutive league game without defeat and moving to within a whisker of another Bundesliga title.

FC Bayern München

bundesliga.com brings you the post-match reaction from their 2-1 win over Bayer 04 Leverkusen at the Allianz Arena.

Bastian Schweinsteiger: I've been practicing these free-kicks a lot for a year now. It was an important goal to make it 2-0 because that settled us a bit. I'm just trying to do my job. My ankle's holding up well and I'm trying to get fitter to get back to my best again. I can remember the last time we clinched the title in Mainz - it was brilliant because they all celebrated with us. It would be great if we could do it there again but we really don’t mind where we win it.

Thomas Müller: We controlled the game from start to finish, even if we lacked a bit of an edge up front. Leverkusen put us to sleep a bit with their 'park the bus' tactics; maybe we brought that on ourselves after the recent wins we've had. We've got a big squad and while I didn't like being left out [against Arsenal in the UEFA Champions League], life goes on and we still have some important games to come.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Heung-Min Son: It's frustrating that I missed that chance. If that had gone in, then Bayern would have had to play differently and maybe we would have had a chance, so it's disappointing. I'm really sorry because the team have always supported me and it's hard for me after a miss like that.