Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has urged the referee for his side's game against Real Madrid, Cuneyt Cakir, not to be influenced by the loud and noisy atmosphere in the Santiago Bernabeu.
The two sides take each other on in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal, with Real Madrid currently leading 2-1 on aggregate. The duo met in the quarterfinals last season and the tie was marred with some poor officiating in Madrid which saw Cristiano Ronaldo score from an offside position.
Muller on the referee Cakir: "The 2 offside goals from last year are known. The referee must not be put under pressure from the backdrop here." pic.twitter.com/w3FCAQP3M7— Bayern mania (@Bayern_mania) April 30, 2018
Muller, Bayern's stand-in skipper, was speaking in his pre-match press conference and the Germany star claimed that the officials must not let the atmosphere influence their decisions while also adding that he and his teammates must make the most of the chances they get, something they failed to do in the first leg.
As reported by Marca, Muller said,
"We analysed the first leg to know how to face the return.