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Thomas Müller
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Personal information
Full name Thomas Müller
Date of birth 13 September 1989 (1989-09-13) (age 27)
Place of birth    Weilheim in Oberbayern, Germany West Germany
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Forward / Winger / Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current club Germany Bayern Munich
Number 25
Youth clubs
1993–2000
2000-2008
Germany TSV Pähl
Germany Bayern Munich
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2008-2009
2008-
Germany Bayern Munich II
Germany Bayern Munich
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257 0(96)   
National team
2004-2005
2007
2008
2009-2010
2010–
Germany Germany U16
Germany Germany U19
Germany Germany U20
Germany Germany U21
Germany Germany
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058 00(24)

Thomas Müller (born 13 September 1989) is a German professional footballer who plays for Bayern Munich, where he is vice-captain, and the Germany national team.

Club career

He played soccer for TSV Pahl, and at the age of 10, he traveled 50 km to join Bayern Munich. He made his Champions League debut at the age of 20, being substituted for Bastian Schweinsteiger in the 72nd minute against Sporting CP

In February 2010, he signed a new contract until 2013. In the 2009-10 season, Müller become a regular first-team starter, playing 52 matches in all competitions, scoring 19 goals. He also played in the 2010 UEFA Champions League Final against Internazionale, wasting a good chance to score early in the second half as Bayern were defeated 2-0.

He started the 2010-11 season by scoring in the German Supercup against Schalke 04. After being a starter in the first part of the season, Müller started to taste the bench in some occasions in the second part. Bayern struggled for results, finishing third in Bundesliga. They were also eliminated in the semi-final of cup and the quarter-final of Champions League. Müller managed to score 19 goals across all competitions, equaling his personal best.

In the 2011-12 season, Müller was on the short-list of this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or award. He notably scored in the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final against Chelsea but was subsituted in the final minutes; Bayern were defeated on penalty shootout. They were also runner-ups in DFB-Pokal and Bundesliga.

Müller improved during the 2012-13 season. He scored his first goal of the season on 27 August 2012 against SpVgg Greuther Fürth. He also helped Bayern achieve a record-breaking start to the league season, when he netted a brace against Fortuna Düsseldorf on 20 October in their 5–0 victory, recording Bayern's eighth successive win. He also scored an impressive 8 goals in Champions League as the tournament ended in conquest. Bayern were also successful in domestic competitions, winning league and cup, becoming the first German team to win the "Treble". Müller scored 23 goals overall in the season, highest scoring season to date.

In the 2013-14 season Müller improved his record by scoring 26 goals, as Bayern were triumphant in Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

In June 2014, he signed a new contract until 2019, rejecting an offer from Manchester United. Later in April 2015, he become top-scoring German player in UEFA Champions League history after scoring in a 6-1 win over Porto. He finished the season with 21 goals in 48 matches, with Bayern winning the Bundesliga again.

2015-16 season was Müller's best season in individual aspect. The striker scored 32 goal across all competitions, including 20 in league. Bayern continued with thier domestic dominance, winning the Bundesliga for the forth time in a row. They also won DFB-Pokal and reached in the semi-final of Champions League.

Müller declined during the 2016-17 season. It took him 999 minutes to score his first goal of the season which came in a home game against VfL Wolfsburg in the 76th minute. Overall, he netted only 9 times in 42 matches.

Honours

Clubs

Bayern Munich

Country

Germany

Individual

External links

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Bayern München squad - 2017-18

1 Neuer · 4 Süle · 5 Hummels · 6 Thiago · 7 Ribéry · 8 Martínez · 9 Lewandowski · 10 Robben · 11 Douglas Costa · 13 Rafinha · 17 Boateng · 18 Bernat · 19 Rudy · 20 Götze · 23 Vidal · 24 Tolisso · 25 Müller · 26 Ulreich · 27 Alaba · 29 Coman · 30 Dorsch · 32 Kimmich · 34 Friedl · 35 Sanches · 36 Früchtl · 40 Benko ·  Gnabry ·

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Germany – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Third place

1. Neuer 2. Jansen 3. Friedrich 4. Aogo 5. Tasci 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Kießling 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. Trochowski 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Cacau 20. Boateng 21. Marin 22. Butt 23. Gómez

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2012 semi-finalists

1. Neuer 2. Gündoğan 3. Schmelzer 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. L. Bender 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Reus 22. Zieler 23. Gómez

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Germany – 2014 FIFA World Cup

1. Neuer 2. Großkreutz 3. Ginter 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Zieler 13. Müller 14. Draxler 15. Durm 16. Lahm (c) 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Mustafi 22. Weidenfeller 23. Kramer

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2016 – Semi-finalists

1. Neuer 2. Mustafi 3. Hector 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Draxler 12. Leno 13. Müller 14. Can 15. Weigl 16. Rüdiger 17. Boateng 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Sané 21. Kimmich 22. Ter Stegen 23. Gómez

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