The 57 year old Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti stack accolade about Bayern payers last night after their match against RB Leipzig, where they made a statement in the title race.
In that match the both the Spaniard players Thiago Alcantara and Xavi Alonso displayed some outstanding performance and Ancelotti thinks in the first 30 minutes they were just perfect.
Bayern Munich won that match with flying colours against their direct Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig, in that match in the first 45 minutes the Bayern Munich scored the three goals against them and sealed the match,
Thanks to Thiago Alcantara and Xabi Alonso and to Robert Lewandowski who scored the goals for them.
In the 45 th minute the Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski scored the goal for Bayern form a spot kick and sealed the match for them,
RB Leipzig player Emil Forsberg saw a direct red card in that match for committing a foul on Philipp Lahm.
Now the Reigning Bundesliga Champions are three points ahead of their Rivals in the title race and sitting at the Numero Uno postiton of the table.
In an interview Ancelotti told to Sky Sports: "I am very satisfied,".
"We were very aggressive right from the start, we were in immediate control of the game and the early goal locked the game for us. We began at a higher intensity.
"Alonso did not play in a new position, he did his job very well and he is a quality player. Thiago interpreted his [attacking midfield] role very well.
"The players matched my expectations, particularly in the first 30 minutes - that was perfect. It was the best opening phase of a game this season and I am very happy.
"Victory gives us self-confidence. We had to improve and we improved."
Ralph Hasenhüttl the head coach of German club football team RB Leipzig thinks that they were not able to deliver that performance that they are capable of but now they are the second best team and they will have one month Christmas break to improve themselves.
The RB Leipzig coach voiced: "We are still very proud of what we have done so far, but being 3-0 down at half-time – it was a lesson.
"We played the best team and congratulations to Bayern. We did not play like a top team on the pitch, although not everyone was fit.
"Forsberg knows he has not done a good job for the team. Now he is probably missing a few matches and that's not good.
"He has, of course, apologised to the squad. We all make mistakes and we do not need to demonise him."