Cologne - For more than a few Bundesliga coaches, missed chances were the root cause of their ire after Matchday 5's midweek encounters. SC Paderborn's rookie coach Andre Breitenreiter was in the mood for celebration, though, with a well-earned visit to the Oktoberfest in store for his SC Paderborn side.
FC Bayern München 4-0 SC Paderborn
bundesliga.com rounds up what the men on the sidelines made of Matchday 5...
Pep Guardiola (Bayern): We were good in the first 25 minutes and in the last ten. Apart from that it was tough and there was no room to play. We're top of the league, but that's not important at the moment. We still need to refine our game.
Andre Breitenreiter (Paderborn) : It was a great experience for us. The lads enjoyed playing against a team of such class. Losing isn't a problem for the players, they've been great. We'll reward ourselves with a visit to the Oktoberfest on Wednesday.
Jens Keller (Schalke): The first half didn't go to plan for us at all, and perhaps that was because we'd had three tough games before this one. But in the second half, our whole game improved and we restricted them to very few chances.
Christian Streich (Freiburg): We went 2-0 up but we conceded before half time after a needless mistake, and it was obvious that they'd throw everything at us. We were playing with ten men at the end and you could see an equaliser coming.
Kasper Hjulmand (Mainz): It was a very messy game with a lot of emotion. Both teams had chances to win it at the end.
Armin Veh (Stuttgart): I have mixed emotions. If you're 2-0 up and in the situation we're in, you want to win the game. We did well for 70 minutes but the goal that made it 2-2 infuriated me. It was completely unnecessary.
Peter Stöger (Köln): We played really well and carved out a lot of chances, and we dominated the second half in particular. If you don't score goals, you lose football matches, but the team showed they can play.
Markus Weinzierl (Augsburg): We put in a good away performance, especially in the second half and the longer the game went on, the less respect we gave them. We had two really good chances but we didn't take them.
Josef Zinnbauer (Hamburg): We got into the game well, but the goal we conceded threw us off of our stride a bit. We put a lot into the game, but we can't expect miracles.
Dieter Hecking (Wolfsburg): We lost a game that we shouldn't have lost and looking at the stats, our performance should have been enough for a draw. We played well until we got to the penalty area, but we did nothing when we got into the box. Hertha deserved the win.