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BAYERN MUNICH, Kroos: "I think that we can be satisfied"

24.10.2012 15.00 by TM W  read 2170
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The performance was far from vintage FC Bayern München, but midfielder Toni Kroos was "satisfied" with his side's 1-0 win at LOSC Lille, which left the hosts frustrated.

"I think that we can be satisfied with our performance, even if that might come as a surprise to some people. Of course, we can play better football, but after our defeat against BATE we needed to win our next game. Today, we battled. Lille played quite a good game, but I think we deserved to win. They put in a lot of tackles, but we managed to control them, scored a goal and deserved to win the game.

Of course, our goal now is to win the home game against LOSC. We won away and now we have two home games – and we want to go clear in the table in those two home games, but it will be difficult in two weeks against Lille."

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