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BAYERN MUNICH, Neuer: "I can't believe we lost"

20.05.2012 15.00 by Claudio Colla  read 2619
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After Champions League final game disappointment, Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer stated: "Everything was well-disposed to us, we had three match-points and didn't manage to exploit them. I've never thought we could end in losing this match. We had our heads in our hands in the locker room, I can't describe how much this let us down, I can't believe we lost".

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