Hanover - Hannover 96's Lars Stindl conceded that his side had offered too little in attack in the frustrating 0-0 draw against Eintracht Braunschweig, who by contrast were satisfied with a well earned point in the Lower Saxony derby.
bundesliga.com rounds up the post-match thoughts from both camps...
Lars Stindl: It was a game that we really wanted to win, but honestly we didn't have many chances. We offered too little going forward, didn't create many opportunities and our passing wasn't quite up to it. We wanted more from this game.
Ron-Robert Zieler: It was a derby match and we really wanted three points. But we didn't do enough with the ball. We've only drawn this game and obviously that's not enough.
Ermin Bicakcic: We put in a very good defensive display, but we didn't play much football in the first half. After half time we did that much better and I think we can be satisfied with a point.