Watching league without fans is like ‘old man’s football’ – Mueller

Hugging, embracing and handshakes were also banned.

“There were a few butterflies before the restart, wondering how it would go, like before the first game of the season in August,” said Mueller.

“I wasn’t worried about anything going wrong, everything was explained clearly to us.

“Union Berlin, just like us, were well prepared, no handshakes before kick-off etc.”

Mueller said the defending champions were just happy to win their first game after the restart to keep them on course for an eighth consecutive league title.

“We came here with the goal of getting the three points,” added Mueller.

“We had a bit more security after the second goal.”

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