Jens Keller (c.) is surrounded by his players after they made "the whole of Schalke happy" with victory in the Revierderby
Jens Keller (c.) is surrounded by his players after they made "the whole of Schalke happy" with victory in the Revierderby

Keller: 'The whole of Schalke is happy'

Cologne - There was plenty to talk about again after another emotion-filled weekend of Bundesliga action which saw the Revierderby dominate the headlines.

1. FC Köln 0-2 FC Bayern München

As usual, has a summary of what the coaches made of their respective teams' efforts on Matchday 6.

FC Schalke 04 2-1 Borussia DortmundJens Keller (Schalke): We started the game really, really well and put them under pressure from the off. When they pulled a goal back to make it 2-1, it took a bit of gloss off our game, but the lads battled for every ball after that and the whole of Schalke is happy today.

Jürgen Klopp (Dortmund): Anybody who concedes goals like that is rarely going to win football matches. That had a major influence on the game. Schalke won 2-1 because they scored two goals for which we gave them a leg up. In the second half, we gave everything, but luck's not on our side either. It's a terrible evening, there's no question about it.
Peter Stöger (Köln): We wanted to be uncomfortable opponents for Bayern, not by bashing and bruising them, but by blocking all their passing outlets. We did pretty well in the middle, but it has to be said Bayern are just untouchable for us.

Pep Guardiola (Bayern): We're very happy to be able to celebrate our first away win of the season. It wasn't easy, because Köln were very well organised, but we controlled the ball well and never lost our concentration while restricting them to very few counterattacks.
VfL Wolfsburg 2-1 SV Werder BremenDieter Hecking (Wolfsburg): We deserved this win, but there were times when we allowed Bremen too much room. I was still happy with our efforts in the second half and we got our just rewards in the end.

Robin Dutt (Bremen): We failed because of our poor defensive work. That's very frustrating and something we're paying very dearly for.
1. FSV Mainz 05 0-0 TSG 1899 HoffenheimKasper Hjulmand (Mainz): Both teams were very, very well organised. Hoffenheim sat deep which is why we should have got the ball moving quicker than we did, but that was not easy on this pitch. Both teams knew how important the first goal was going to be.Markus Gisdol (Hoffenheim): Our opponents had practically the same aim as us, which meant both sides just waited for a chance which didn't arrive. There were also a few silly moments going forward, but fortunately we kept a clean sheet and we can be very happy with this point.FC Augsburg 1-0 Hertha BerlinMarkus Weinzierl (Augsburg): We played a decent game. Hertha get close to their man and we were well prepared for this, and our plan paid off. It was a tight game, but my team got their reward.Jos Luhukay (Berlin): We definitely didn't have a good first half, but we were better in the second half, lacking only a clinical edge.Hamburger SV 1-2 Eintracht FrankfurtJosef Zinnbauer (Hamburg): The team responded well in the second half and we were rewarded with our goal, but then we didn't have any luck after that. I was pleased with the way we presented ourselves in the second half. We would have liked to have taken a point or even more, but now we've got to look forwards.Thomas Schaaf (Frankfurt): It was an amazing winning goal for us. We let them push us back quite a long way in the second half, but we did enough in the end and we're all really pleased by that.