The Munich player express sactisfaction though; for moving to the 2nd
place in groups D yesterday, but felt his team did not put up their
best, and should step up in the upcoming games.
Muller acknowledged that the Germans were wasteful in front of goal
after they overcame Georgia 2-0 in Euro 2016 qualifying on Sunday.
He doubled Germany's advantage a minute before half-time after Marco
Reus had opened the scoring five minutes earlier.
Their lead was never threatened and Joachim Low's men eased to a
victory that moves them within a point of Group D leaders Poland,
despite missing a host of further chances. Muller said to the German
Association's (DFB) website: "I think the key to our success was that
we spent a lot of time in their half. We didn't always play the right
pass and we lost
the ball too often. "In the second half we could have made it easier
for ourselves. I have mixed feelings because we started strongly but
didn't manage to score after the break. However, it is nice to climb
up the table."
Low echoed the Bayern Munich forward's sentiments, adding: "If you
looked at the table ahead of the game you would have seen that we had to
"I was happy with how we played in the first half. We combined well and looked
dangerous. After the break we were a bit sloppy and made a few mistakes.
Georgia stayed deep and made it difficult for us."