Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac believed his side could've scored more - despite being satisfied with their 2-0 win against AEK Athens in the Champions League.
Robert Lewandowski's 31st minute penalty separated the two teams at the interval, before the Polish forward doubled both his and Bayern's tally in the second period to seal a victory that puts them two points clear at the top of Group E.
While the margin of the scoreline irked Kovac, he admitted after the game, speaking to the club's official website, that Die Roten deserved all three points at the Allianz Arena.
Kovac said: "It was a deserved victory. We completely shut them out. Our opponents only had one chance over 90 minutes, right at the start.
"We should have rewarded ourselves for our work in the second half, we should have scored two, three more. I'm satisfied with the result. It wasn't a goal fest but that wasn't to be expected. We wanted to win the match."
53 - @FCBayernEN have won their first home game across all competitions in 53 days, ending their longest run without a win at home in 17 years (four home games without a win). Redemption. #FCBAEK #UCL pic.twitter.com/tdZ1rOrKgm— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) November 7, 2018
The result puts the Bundesliga side in a healthy position to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League, with a point in either of their final two group games against SL Benfica or Ajax guaranteeing them a place in the last 16; a point that Kovac was happy to acknowledge
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