Voices about FC Bayern, FC Schalke, BVB, Gladbach and Co .: Flick speaks plainly: “Made too many mistakes”


At the beginning of the 17th matchday of the Bundesliga, Gladbach trembled about the win against Werder Bremen, while BVB lost its heat due to a defeat at Bayer Leverkusen. The next bankruptcy for FC Schalke 04 and a narrow success for FC Bayern followed on Wednesday. The voices:


The Bundesliga votes for the 17th matchday:

  • Arminia Bielefeld – VfB Stuttgart (3-0)

Uwe Neuhaus (trainer Arminia Bielefeld): “Even if Wamangituka and Gonzalez were absent, Stuttgart has a lot of quality and speed in the game. We had to secure that, we weren’t able to do it perfectly one or the other time, but basically I was very satisfied with it.”

Pellegrino Matarazzo (coach VfB Stuttgart): “I would have liked a goal, the chances were there. But Arminia did well and we couldn’t hold back.”

  • FC Augsburg – Bayern Munich (0: 1)

Heiko Herrlich (coach FC Augsburg): “In the first half you could see the quality Bayern have, and they kept giving us challenges. During the break I encouraged my team to play football – they did that. We deserved a point. Unfortunately it didn’t work out, that’s annoying. But if we play with the mentality, we will score again. “

Hansi Flick (Bayern Munich coach): “The second half gives us reason to take a critical look at the whole thing – but also the first, because we had to decide the game for ourselves. If you want to get something positive out of it: the team fought and it was zero. But it is clear that we Made too many mistakes and lost too many balls in the second half. “

  • SC Freiburg – Eintracht Frankfurt (2-2)

Christian Streich (coach SC Freiburg): “Eintracht Frankfurt has a very good team, as everyone has seen. In terms of football, it is one of the best at the moment. It was a very intense game. The 2-2 is fair.”

Adi Hütter (trainer Eintracht Frankfurt): “It was a good and intense game. Both teams wanted to win. All in all, it was a fair draw.”

  • RB Leipzig – Union Berlin (1:0)

Julian Nagelsmann (trainer RB Leipzig): “The guys were incredibly mature in their heads today and they didn’t let themselves be disturbed. The necessary patience was important. In the end, we deservedly won. Basically we’re satisfied with the first half of the season.”

Urs Fischer (trainer Union Berlin): “If you watch the game over 90 minutes, the victory is okay for Leipzig. But we were very close. The pressure increased enormously in the second half.”

  • Schalke 04 – 1. FC Cologne (1: 2)

Christian Gross (coach Schalke 04): “A tactical lack of discipline when we conceded a goal put us even more in reserve. We equalize, we have it on our feet to score the 2-1 – and then get the goal. But the brave performance of the team makes me confident despite the defeat. we have to look ahead. “

Markus Gisdol (coach 1.FC Cologne): “I was very happy for long stretches of the game, but I feared that if you didn’t score the second goal it could be dangerous. Unfortunately, it turned out that way. Fortunately, we scored the goal in the last minute, throughout the entire game In terms of playing time, it’s a deserved win. “

  • Borussia Mönchengladbach – Werder Bremen 1-0

Marco Rose (coach Borussia Mönchengladbach): “We had field advantages without having clear chances. I still had a good feeling during the break. Bremen put a lot of pressure on after our lead. In the end we were lucky when we hit the post that we sometimes didn’t have this season. “

Florian Kohfeldt (coach Werder Bremen): “Both teams had their plan. From our point of view, it worked out well for a long time. The difference was that Gladbach took advantage of one chance. It was an unfortunate defeat. Because of the chances we would have deserved at least one point. With the performance I am very satisfied, extremely dissatisfied with the result. “


  • FSV Mainz 05 – VfL Wolfsburg 0-2

Bo Svensson (Trainer FSV Mainz 05): “For a long time it was a game without real chances to score. It was difficult to play smooth football on the pitch. So it was clear that the team would win with the first goal. Unfortunately we made the crucial mistakes and Wolfsburg invited. Nevertheless, we have to look ahead and take with us the things that we did well. “

Oliver Glasner (coach VfL Wolfsburg): “I am very happy that we won today. It was a real fighting game, it was certainly not a footballing treat for either team. But we scored the goals at the right time. It was important that we were defensively safe, we have nothing admitted. Mainz have shown that they are a very unpleasant opponent. “


  • Bayer Leverkusen – Borussia Dortmund 2-1

Peter Bosz (coach Bayer Leverkusen): “I have to pay the team a big compliment. We played a very good first half. We should have made it 2-0, so it will be dangerous. It was an open exchange in the second half. But we did it in the end well done.”

Edin Terzic (coach Borussia Dortmund): “Leverkusen did very well and made life difficult for us. We got into the game well. I’m not satisfied with the reaction to the goal we conceded. In the second half we had good chances to score up to the 70th minute, so we would have can also take the lead. But we wanted to partially carry the ball into the goal. And then on the counterattack, one of Leverkusen’s strengths, we get the goal. “


  • Hertha BSC – TSG Hoffenheim 0:3

Bruno Labbadia (coach Hertha BSC): “The disappointment is huge today. Everyone saw how we went into the game and dominated Hoffenheim until we conceded. That is emblematic for the entire preliminary round that we fell behind with a deflected shot. We are back in the second half came out of the cabin positively. But then we lost our thread and then conceded the second and third goals. “

Niklas Stark (Hertha BSC): “We were hoping for a break in the air. You could see from the reactions of Hoffenheim after the final whistle how important this game was. Of course, it is all the more bitter for us because we largely designed the game well. However, we don’t have that up front Last decisive pass found. We all have to work together – including the midfield and the defense – to radiate more goal danger. Half of the season has been played, we urgently need to start taking more counters from the games. “

Krzysztof Piątek (Hertha BSC): “This is a bitter moment for us because we need the points. I hope that we can collect something in the next few games. We had the chances to score – like with the penalty kick – but that’s football: If if you don’t score, you can’t win. The first half of the season wasn’t good. I hope we’ll find solutions for the second half of the season to play better. ”

Sebastian Hoeneß (Trainer TSG Hoffenheim) … about the injured Kevin Vogt: “He is on his way to the hospital. We hope that nothing is damaged in the shoulder, we won’t find out more until tomorrow.”

… about the game: “We are very happy with the win. We had a very favorable course of the game. Olli Baumann saves a penalty from the opponent. That was mentally important. We defended very disciplined and put pinpricks. We just take that today with. We were effective. We build on that. The points do us good. “


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