Thomas Müller (born 13th of September 1989 | 185cm ) is a soccer player from Weilheim in Oberbayern in Germany. Müller is not known for being a prolific goalscorer, moreover, he is a playmaker with a great engine who is a key player in attack but also the first line in defense – often referred to as the Raumdeuter1. He is ever-present in the starting lineup in the first eleven, averaging over 30 league games per season in his Bundesliga career. While he might not have scored as many goals as counterpart Robert Lewandowski at Bayern, he is a vital player in setting up others in scoring positions, as his assists record shows.

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Among Thomas Müller’s achievements is winning the German Bundesliga, The DFB Pokal, The UEFA Champions League, the 2010 Golden Boot, and the 2014 World Cup. Check the table below to see Thomas Müller’s entire trophy list.

Club Career

A one-club player is how you describe Thomas Müller. He made his debut for the reserve team in March 2008. Just about 6 months later, he made his debut for the Bayern Munich senior team in a 2-2 draw versus Hamburger SV2.

International Career

Thomas Müller made his debut for the German international side versus Argentina on the 3rd of March 2010. It was a friendly match at Allianz Arena which Argentina won 1-03. After his debut, he never looked back and went on to win the Golden Boot in 2010 and the World Cup in 2014.


It is a manager’s dream to be able to pick your best players almost every single game – Thomas Müller fits that bill as he is rarely injured. In fact, one of his longest stints on the sidelines due to injury is a torn muscle which kept him out for 7 games back in 20174.