Tuesday, November 30

Rose: “All in all it was a wild game”


This is how the coaches saw the performance of their teams …

The gap to Bayern has grown: BVB coach Marco Rose.

The gap to Bayern has grown: BVB coach Marco Rose.

imago images / Jan Huebner

RB Leipzig – Borussia Dortmund 2: 1 (1: 0)

Jesse Marsch (trainer RB Leipzig): “For me the spectators were the key. The atmosphere was great. I think they watched a good game. We played very well from the start. We had a lot of good individual performances. There is a lot more to do, but I am very proud of our team, of course. “
Marco Rose (Trainer Borussia Dortmund): “Over 90 minutes it was a deserved win. In the first half we weren’t good at the game. We had no control, little depth and little move for goal. In the second half it was a wild game all in all, what Leipzig in in a situation. It was disappointing for us because we wanted to win today. ”

Bayern Munich – SC Freiburg 2: 1 (1: 0)

Julian Nagelsmann (coach Bayern Munich): “It was a deserved win, even if Freiburg put a lot of pressure in the first ten minutes. The last pass wasn’t always right. We needed a little after the break. We had many chances, but not as many as in the last few games In the end we get one goal. I’m glad it fell so late. In the end, we’re happy with the three points. “
Christian Streich (coach SC Freiburg): “We lost, I’m rarely happy about that. Otherwise, I was satisfied. Bayern had a few situations that we just defended. The team gave everything, they played bravely. It’s a shame that we weren’t three or four minutes earlier scored the goal. But we can’t do more than today. ”

VfL Wolfsburg – FC Augsburg 1-0 (1-0)

Florian Kohfeldt (coach VfL Wolfsburg): “The first 45 minutes were our best first half of the week. In the second half, we shouldn’t have complained about the equalization. We weren’t good enough in terms of football. But it was good that we had the mentality.”
Markus Weinzierl (FC Augsburg coach): “After this game we have to take a point, it was even possible to turn the game around. But if you always fall behind quickly, it becomes difficult. You can build on the second half, but we need more effectiveness.”

VfB Stuttgart – Arminia Bielefeld 0: 1 (0: 1)

Pellegrino Matarazzo (coach VfB Stuttgart): “We saw a decent first half of ours where the last punch was missing. We conceded an unnecessary goal. In the course of the second half we lost the thread, in the end we hardly had any more structure. The guys wanted, in terms of things You can’t blame them for passion and will, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough. ”
Frank Kramer (trainer Arminia Bielefeld): “The relief is huge. We are extremely happy and very happy that we were able to take the win. There is a lot of positive reactions. The team put on a really, really great performance, marched an incredible amount. It was impressive, how she threw her heart on the pitch. ”

VfL Bochum – TSG Hoffenheim 2: 0 (0: 0)

Thomas Reis (coach VfL Bochum): “We knew in advance what kind of quality the Hoffenheim team was. We ourselves did a pretty good defensive job. We were always very good, but we didn’t push through enough pressure. In the second half it was an open one Game that can tilt in both directions. Of course, it’s nice to replace two players who are involved in the goal. We were also lucky in the end to bring home the win. ”
Sebastian Hoeneß (coach TSG Hoffenheim): “We are disappointed, served and do not agree with the result. In the first half we managed not to let Bochum get into the game like that. We felt the game under control, even after the break. A 0: 1 is allowed in a game that is pointed at the button. Then it becomes difficult in such a cauldron. Then we lost ourselves emotionally for a short time. After the missed penalty, we played out our clear superiority situations too sloppily. ”

FSV Mainz 05 – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1: 1 (0: 1)

Bo Svensson (Trainer Mainz 05): “Overall, I’m satisfied. We started well and dominated. When we conceded we were disorganized and undisciplined. But over the entire 90 minutes we deserved to win the game.”
Adi Hütter (coach Borussia Mönchengladbach): “The first half was okay. In the end we have to be absolutely satisfied with the point. Mainz plays football with passion and power, they showed that today.”


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