By FOX SPORTS staff
Although Bayern Munich maintained their unbeaten run of 29 Bundesliga matches, the stalemate with Freiburg presented the first time league points have been dropped under new manager Pep Guardiola.
The Bavarian side dominated in possession, but lead only by Xherdan Shaqiri's 33rd minute strike after struggling to turn their superiority into goals. Four minutes from the final whistle, Freiburg punished the defending champions via a Nicolas Hofler equalizer.
Speaking to the club's official website after the game, Lahm was concerned at Bayern's failure to finish off their opponents in recent matches
"We have only ourselves to blame. We conceded an equaliser just before the end, but we had plenty of chances to score a second of our own before that. It would have been over if we’d done that," he stated.
"In recent matches, we’ve tended to fail to make the outcome clear-cut, and we were punished for that today [Tuesday]."
Freiburg goalscorer Hofler was pleased to score his team's timely equalizer in what was a tiring match-up for Christian Streich's side.
"I’ve only played 25 minutes, but I’m totally exhausted," he revealed.
"I was very fortunate to find myself in front of goal, but the ball came to me and I just had to put it in."