The 57 year old Italian football manager and Bayern Munich head coach described his crew’s performance in the 100th game and he thinks that as a head coach the game was perfect.
In their last match the Bayern Munich side thrashed their counterpart Hamburg side by 8-0 and the coach lauded the game as a perfect match.
He marked his 100th match as a supremo in style.
In that match the Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski scored three goals for the Die Roten side and Kingsley Coman the French youngster scored two goals and Vidal and Robben also scored one goal each.
The Italian manager has won 591 matches as a coach in his footballing career and he also explained that he left flabbergasted after watching Bayern’s performance against Hamburg.
In the Bayern Official website he said: "It was a perfect day, a perfect game,"
"We played well with a good attitude. I told my players before the game to make my anniversary a good game.
"I did not expect it to work so well! I am very happy and wish for the next game the same setting and the same spirit."
In that match Hamburg goalkeeper has made his 250th appearances for the Hamburg side, but the goalkeeper wants to forget the match as a nightmare.
The goalkeeper said: "We were not in the game from the first minute, we did not have any fight in the first half,"
"We were outplayed by Bayern. The way they beat us does not only hurt, it's unbearable."