Mönchengladbach - Christoph Kramer’s late equaliser salvaged a draw for Borussia Mönchengladbach against VfB Stuttgart on Sunday, after Alexandru Maxim had given the Swabians the lead at the Borussia Park.
bundesliga.com was on hand to hear the players' post-match thoughts...
Andre Hahn: We played well and I felt we deserved more than a point. Unfortunately we weren't able to convert our chances. We had several good opportunities, but we didn't manage to make the most of them and we have to work on that. The fact that Christoph Kramer of all people got our equaliser is a great story.
Yann Sommer: If you look at our second half performance, we shouldn't really be satisfied with a point, even if we equalised pretty late on. The match was very even in the first half, but we played with more confidence in the second half and created numerous chances. We were very compact and defended well, but we had too many goalscoring opportunities to be happy with a draw.
Havard Nordtveit: I'm very proud to have made my 100th Bundesliga appearance for Borussia today and I'm hoping to play many more games here. This week's been tough, but we did well for large parts against Stuttgart, as was the case at Homburg and Sarajevo.
Christian Gentner: We're frustrated to have conceded the equaliser - we managed to hold onto our lead for so long. We didn't play as well in the second half as we did in the first, but the most important thing now is to react in the right way. We can take many positives from today's game.
Martin Harnik: We'd have taken a point before the game. On the balance of play, you have to say Gladbach deserved a point, but the timing of the equaliser makes it hard to swallow. We played better as a team today and worked hard for each other. It was a step in the right direction.