bundesliga.com rounds up the key players' post-match reaction after the Matchday 32 opener...
Daniel Didavi: The most important thing for us was keeping a clean sheet. We're happy with the point and it's important we didn't lose. Of course we could have done with the win, but every point counts when you're in a relegation battle. We've got two matches left, including a home game next week, but let's first see what the other teams at the bottom can do [this weekend].
Christian Gentner: We'll see what happens tomorrow. Under normal circumstances, a point in Hannover isn't a bad result. I thought we defended well and put in a solid performance, which will give us confidence for the remaining fixtures.
Ron-Robert Zieler: We didn't play as well as we could, but we defended resolutely and a point isn't a bad result in our current situation. We'd rather play poorly and draw 0-0 than play great football and lose, and we're another point closer to securing our Bundesliga status.
Jan Schlaudraff: I think both teams defended very well. We knew a point could be a very good result for us. It maybe wasn't the best game for the fans, but it was a very important point for us as well as for VfB. Lars [Stindl] could have won it for the us at the end, but a draw is a fair result.
Christian Schulz: Our passing and movement wasn't good enough today, but we were strong at the back and have to be satisfied with a draw.
Christian Gentner fails in his attempts to aid Martin Harnik after Stuttgart frontman dislocates shoulder during Hannover draw
Relive Christian Gentner's fail to aid Martin Harnik after his Stuttgart team-mate dislocated his shoulder in Hannover, courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: