Mönchengladbach - Borussia Mönchengladbach's stars were delighted to have maintained their perfect home record in the Bundesliga this season following a resounding 4-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt, while the Eagles' players felt they hadn't played well enough to merit anything from the game.

bundesliga.com collates the best of the post-match reactions...

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Max Kruse: "We completely dominated the game, defended well and Julian Korb was excellent at right-back. We have to remember not to get carried away, we won't always score four goals at home. We need to work on our away form though, starting against Hamburger SV next weekend."

Patrick Herrmann: "It was a great game, we moved the ball so well. It was important for me as an attacker to prove my worth with a goal and an assist. It's going well at Borussia Park at the moment, and it's time to take that form on the road with us."

Tony Jantschke: "At times it was unbelievable how well we moved the ball. It was a magnificent performance from the whole team, and hats off particularly to our defensive midfield, who supported us fantastically today."

Eintracht Frankfurt

Stefan Aigner: "We didn’t find our way into the game at all. We let them play far too much, although it has to be said that they played very well. We didn’t defend well enough and weren’t aggressive enough in the tackle and if you let opponents of that quality play, it’s always going to be difficult."

Kevin Trapp: "We now have ten points from ten games. It’s obvious we have to be careful. We could have had more points if we hadn’t conceded as many late goals. But it’s no point worrying about that now. Today was a very bitter pill to swallow."

Frankfurt could probably have done with some of this Okocha magic today, courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: