According to the Bayern Munich footballer, he doesn’t understand why he will not be called anymore to the German national team.
On Monday, Germany national team coach Joachim Low decided not to call three Bayern Munich footballers: Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels, and Jerome Boateng.
And Muller couldn’t hide his fury.
The footballer went to Twitter to post a video on how he felt very angry about the way this was announced.
“The longer I think about it, the more I get angry about the way this happened,” he said according to a translation by Goal.
“I do not understand why this decision must be so final. I was totally dumbfounded by this decision out of the blue by the national coach.”
“A national coach must take decisions. I do not doubt that. But Mats, Jerome and I are able to still play football on a top level,” he added.
“Together with the DFB, we have come a long, intense and most successful way over the last years.
“Shortly after we learned about that decision by the national coach, we read prepared statements by the DFB and its president in the media. For me that is not the right style and is definitely not a sign that you are important,” he added.
“I was always proud to wear the DFB shirt. I always gave everything. It was an incredible journey. I am a fighter and I will look ahead now. The game’s not over.”
Muller has played 100 matches with the Germany national team since he debuted in 2010.
He has scored 38 goals in these matches, and has won the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and was third place in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
— Thomas Müller (@esmuellert_) March 6, 2019