BAYERN MUNICH fans all said the same thing after seeing Joshua Kimmich's sublime free-kick in training.
The German champions released a clip of the 27-year-old bending a sumptuous set-piece over the top of a robot dummy wall.
Kimmich stepped up and curled the ball over a mechanical five-player blockade that jumps as a free-kick is taken.
And the perfect effort flew into the top corner, giving the keeper no chance.
However, rather than praise Kimmich for the free-kick, Bayern supporters instead focused on the fact that none of their players seem to be able to score them during games.
Reacting on social media, one person said: "We need this at the stadium, not at training sessions".
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Another added: "Always in training never in matches 😓".
A third echoed those replies, saying: "Why can't he do that in the match?"
And a fourth responded: "Could not deliver when playing for Bayern. Can only do it in a practice session".
Bayern currently sit four points clear of Freiburg at the top of the Bundesliga table.
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Julian Nagelsmann's men are yet to return to competitive action following the World Cup break.
Their first game of 2023 takes place on Friday evening when they travel to third-place RB Leipzig.
They are going for an 11th Bundesliga title in a row, with Bayern also very much in contention for the Champions League.
Nagelsmann's side have been drawn against Paris Saint-Germain in a blockbuster last-16 tie which gets underway on February 14.
It is a repeat of the 2020 final which Bayern won 1-0 to claim their sixth European crown.
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