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By ESPN Staff

Robben hits out at Muller

Arjen Robben has hit out at Bayern Munich team-mate Thomas Muller following the pair's clash in Saturday's 3-1 win over Werder Bremen.

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Muller gesticulated at Robben after the Dutchman took a poor free-kick during the match at the Weserstadion, and at the final whistle Robben angrily remonstrated with the Germany international over his actions.

"I hate it when team-mates constantly raise their hands and complain,'' Robben said. "It is disrespectful. We are a team.

"We don't need to do that. We have got to be role models and should not make things any harder than they are. You should not make such gesticulations.''

Bayern coach Louis van Gaal played down the incident, preferring instead to concentrate on the positives.

"It is normal in Holland that we complain with each other and say what we have to say,'' he said. "There is a different culture in Germany.

"We are now third in the table, which is where we wanted to be, so hopefully things will settle down now.''

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