On top: Jupp Heynckes won his third Bundesliga title as Bayern Munich coach this weekend
On top: Jupp Heynckes won his third Bundesliga title as Bayern Munich coach this weekend

Veh: Heynckes "a great role model"

Munich - Jupp Heynckes on his "coldest" Bundesliga title success, praise from Eintracht Frankfurt's Armin Veh for his 67-year-old FC Bayern counterpart and further coaches' reactions to the Matchday 28 action...

Eintracht Frankfurt 0-1 Bayern Munich

Armin Veh (Frankfurt): "No-one's more deserving of the championship than Jupp Heynckes. He's a great role model for me. I hope Bayern win the other titles [DFB Cup and UEFA Champions League] as well now."

Jupp Heynckes (Bayern): "The effect of our intense game against Juventus was evident. We weren't able to get our normal grip on the contest. Obviously we came here with the intention of becoming champions and it's great to have clinched it so early. I've won the title a few times now, but never when it's been this cold."

Hannover 96 0-0 VfB Stuttgart

Mirko Slomka (Hannover): "We made a lot of basic errors and were indecisive up front. We have to perform better at home in front of a near sell-out crowd."

Bruno Labbadia (Stuttgart): "It was a strange game. You never really got the feeling either side would win it, even though three points were in it for us. We had Hannover's attack well under control but should have been better ourselves up front

1. FC Nuremberg 2-1 1. FSV Mainz 05

Michael Wiesinger (Nuremberg): "We didn't get a good grip on the game in the first half and made too many mistakes. But we worked hard after the break and were ice-cold at set-pieces."

Thomas Tuchel (Mainz): "We're not really enjoying the rub of the green. The goals we conceded were annoying. Unfortunately we didn't reward ourselves today."

Hamburger SV 0-1 SC Freiburg

Thorsten Fink (HSV): "We worked hard, but Freiburg deserved to win in the end. We lacked the necessary penetration up front. The bar's set pretty high at Hamburg, so you can' hardly expect the fans to celebrate when we lose."

Christian Streich (Freiburg): "The win was deserved without doubt, but my team had to put in an incredible amount of legwork to earn it. Hamburg showed great character and gave everything they had."

Borussia Dortmund 4-2 FC Augsburg

Jürgen Klopp (Dortmund): "In the first half-hour we played very well, but after that we lost our way somewhat. Augsburg levelled out of thin air and then even turned the match around. It was a very intense game."

Markus Weinzierl (Augsburg): "We went into the break with a 2-1 lead despite not having played well for 40 minutes. We were pumped up for the second half, but couldn't decide the match in our favour.."

1899 Hoffenheim 3-0 Fortuna Düsseldorf

Markus Gisdol (Hoffenheim): "We put in a great fighting performance throughout. The scoreline maybe makes the game look more one-sided than it was. There's still an awful lot of work ahead. First and foremost I'm focusing on getting our game up and running again."

Norbert Meier (Düsseldorf): "Of course we're disappointed. We were at least on a par for much of the game, but made crucial errors against opponents who made mistakes themselves. We didn't exploit our own chances either."