Mönchengladbach - VfL Wolfsburg's Brazilian playmaker Diego felt the Wolves' 2-2 draw at Borussia Mönchengladbach was a fair result, while Gladbach winger Patrick Hermann felt his team should have held on for all three points.

bundesliga.com rounds up what the players had to say after the exciting Matchday 17 encounter.

VfL Wolfsburg


Diego: It was a fantastic game, that's why both teams have started the season so well. I think 2-2 was a fair result in the end. It's a little sad we didn't manage to hold on for the three points, but both teams played really well and a point each was fair.

Bas Dost: I was injured for a long time and haven't had the best of seasons so far, but as a striker you need to be clinical when you get a scoring opportunity. I wasn't able to take my chances in the last few games, but I did today and I'm very happy.

Daniel Caligiuri: We knew it would be an interesting match today. It was obvious from the start that both teams wanted to win. It was a great game for the fans, and I think both sets of supporters will be reasonably satisfied with the result.

Borussia Mönchengladbach


Patrick Herrmann: If you're 2-1 up with a couple of minutes remaining, you're obviously desperate to win. Conceding the equaliser so late in the game is very hard to take. We could have made it 3-1 when Christoph [Kramer] had that chance. Anyway, we will hopefully make good use of the break and come back stronger in January.