The German icon made everyone laught with his brilliant post-match interview on CBS Sports after starting in Bayern Munich's thrilling UEFA Champions League semifinal versus Real Madrid.

Bayern Munich and Real Madrid played out a thrilling UEFA Champions League semifinal on Tuesday, with these two European giants drawing 2-2 in the first leg at the Allianz Arena.

This game had thrilling attacking moments, beautiful goals, and tension as a brace from Vinicius Jr. and second-half efforts from Leroy Sane and Harry Kane leave the tie in a stalemate ahead of the reverse fixture at Santiago Bernabeu.

And to make things even better, one Bayern Munich player continued to entertain fans even after the final whistle. That man is Thomas Muller, the club legend who is known for his eccentric and outgoing personality.

The 34-year-old spoke to CBS Sports' popular UEFA Champions League show featuring Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, and Micah Richards. During this interview, the 2014 FIFA World Cup winner discussed an array of topics, including his frustration with the overall result and what it felt to play in such a high-stake game at his age.

However, the German ace also managed to make everyone watching laugh, first by trolling Real Madrid's Aurelien Tchouameni. The Frenchman was standing next to Muller waiting for his interview while the Bayern ace was speaking to CBS Sports, leading Thomas to hilariously accuse the Real Madrid ace of eavesdropping for Bayern Munich's potential tactics for the return leg.

Muller even poked fun at countryman Toni Kroos, who beautifully assisted Vinicius Jr. for the opening goal. Check out his interview in the clip below.

Despite the jokes and laughter, Muller's ultimate message was that of frustration over their inability to win in the home leg. Despite playing in front of a daunting Allianz Arena crowd, Bayern Munich let their 2-1 lead slip after conceding a penalty in the final 10 minutes of normal time.

Next up for Tuchel's men is a Saturday showdown with Stuttgart before heading to Santiago Bernabeu for the second leg on Wednesday. Given that the Bundesliga title race is already over, expect the German giants to keep their eyes on next week's UEFA Champions League showdown.