Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has hit out at Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain following the Bavarians 3-1 win in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League final group tie.France midfielder Corentin Tolisso scored twice to earn Bayern Munich victory but Paris St-Germain advance to the Champions League last-16 draw as Group B winners.Both teams finished with 15 points, but PSG's head-to-head record ensured they finished top and Muller who feels their opponent were the beneficiaries of favourable officiating during their 3-0 win in the French capital earlier in the group in an interview on Goal said: "I think the referee also read your articles because I felt I had an away game in Paris as to how much the referee protected the PSG players."So, we are still Bayern. "I think we won 3-1. Of course, PSG had one or two good chances but you did not feel that another team was superior to us here," he said. "We are still Bayern."When it was 3-0 in Paris, we had a corner ratio of 18-1 for us and it is pretended that PSG had a potion or something."Of course, they have very good offensive players but you should be off the gas when it comes to talking up other teams."PSG would have become the seventh team to win all six group games - and the first since Real Madrid in 2014-15 - had they won. However, they were frustrated by keeper Sven Ulreich, who made a hat-trick of saves to deny Neymar and Mbappe.