The Poland international was happy with Bayern’s performance, but feels he could have done more, while Mario Gotze was delighted with their win
Robert Lewandowski voiced his delight with Bayern Munich’s 4-0 victory over Paderborn in Wednesday’s Bundesliga encounter at the Allianz Arena, but admitted that he would have liked to have scored another goal to silence his critics.
The Poland international netted once to take his tally for 2014-15 to two goals in eight appearances, but he feels he could have gotten a second with a bit more luck.
“The opening 20 minutes until the 2-0 were simply fantastic. I got a goal, we won 4-0, everything was perfect,” Lewandowski told Abendzeitung.
“But I would have been even more satisfied had I scored another goal. We could have won by a bigger margin.
“I am feeling well, though. It was a great feeling to score my first goal at home for Bayern. It’s even better when you experience someting like that for the first time.”
Mario Gotze, meanwhile, who scored twice, was equally satisfied with the Bavarians’ performance.
“We were well prepared and determined to make amends for the last match. The three points are important, especially here at home,” the Germany international told reporters.
“I think we played pretty well, so all credit to the team. The early opening goal was important. We have lots of quality and we’re looking forward to our forthcoming matches.”
Bayern sit atop of the table at the moment with 11 points from five games.