Hanover - Hannover 96 midfielder Leon Andreasen was a relieved man following die Roten's first league victory in eight league matches against Eintracht Frankfurt, while the Eagles' players were left despondent after their ninth Bundesliga game without a win.
bundesliga.com rounds up the players' full-time thoughts...
Leon Andreasen: It was very important for the fans, the club and the players that we managed to get the win today. Of course the coach is under pressure after seven games without victory - he still is - but I think we've done very well.
Edgar Prib: I think that, all in all, it was a deserved win for us today.
Pirmin Schwegler: We were never in the game. We were running around like little lambs. We really have to stand up for ourselves more. There's no point complaining now and then getting relegated, we have to do something.
Martin Lanig: I don't think [the red card] was a foul at all. You can see I clearly got the ball, so I don't understand the sending off whatsoever.