Julian Nagelsmann praises impactful Thomas Muller in Bayern Munich's victory over Union Berlin

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The goals were scored in the first-half by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Kingsley Coman, and Jamal Musiala. Muller's exceptional display did not go unnoticed by coach Julian Nagelsmann. "He had a very good performance. He had chances and could've scored, but he made two assists and communicated a lot on the pitch. He trained well this week," said Nagelsmann, as captured by @iMiaSanMia Tweets. "I've often said that even when he doesn't play, he's an important contact person for me. He's someone who cares about the interests of the team and the clubs, not just himself. Of course, he wasn't happy after the substitution against Gladbach, we spoke, and I told him the reasons. He played a top game today." Nagelsmann now faces an intriguing selection dilemma with Muller's surge and overall effectiveness making him hard to keep out of the line-up. However, with Sadio Mane back and healthy after a long injury lay-off, the Bayern coach has some interesting choices to make in the coming weeks.

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