Cologne - It might have been another thrilling weekend for fans of the Bundesliga, but for the coaches, who live every minute on the sidelines, it was a Matchday to bring on the grey hairs.
Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the post-match quotes from the head honchos around the league...
Jürgen Klopp (Dortmund head coach): I've not had this winning feeling for a long time; I can't find any words to describe it. We've finally broken into double figures for the season and if this is going to open the floodgates, than bring it on. We played an extraordinary game considering the situation we're in and we had bucketloads of chances, yet it was such a strange goal which decided it. Without wanting it, Christoph Kramer now has a place in our history books, but he's an extraordinary player and this odd goal is only going to be a minor blot on his career.
Lucien Favre (Gladbach head coach) Dortmund deserved the win. They were better than us and they put us under a lot of pressure. We were fortunate still to be level at 0-0 at half-time. We conceded at a very bad time because the big chances appeared to have dried up for Dortmund.
Thomas Schaaf (Frankfurt head coach): Until we went 2-0 down, I felt we were in the game. We didn't hide and played with a certain measure of confidence. What was missing was the ability to put the other team under pressure. Obviously, conceding four goals hurts, but I'm happy with my team.
Pep Guardiola (FC Bayern head coach): It's always difficult to play against a team coached by Thomas Schaaf. They defended very aggressively and we had a few problems with building our attacks. The last 20 minutes though, were just a different game completely.
Dieter Hecking (Wolfsburg head coach): I'm really pleased. When you dominate an in-form Hamburg side three days after such a tough game in the Europa League, it's great. We were really on the ball; we carried out our game plan for pretty much the entire game. Now we need to recharge the batteries a little.
Josef Zinnbauer (Hamburg head coach): We were simply second best today. Wolfsburg deserved to win 2-0. Now we've got 14 days to prepare for Werder [Bremen]. They're a team that are on an equal footing with us.
Viktor Skripnik (Bremen head coach): I'm happy but we have to keep working hard and looking forward. It's really pleasing that we kept a clean sheet for the first time this season and that's because we didn't give them many opportunities.
Armin Veh (Stuttgart head coach): I thought we played fairly well but the problem was not taking advantage of our chances. When you concede such basic goals, then you're going to struggle to win. We're too careless and our main problem is defending set-pieces.
Roger Schmidt (Leverkusen head coach): We're not happy with the point. We put in a lot of effort and had some clear goalscoring opportunities. The high quality which we showed tactically, we didn't show in front of goal.
Kasper Hjulmand (FSV Mainz 05 head coach): We're very happy with the point. We played pretty well in the first half. In the second half, we made too many errors in our passing game and hardly had any chances. Basically, we're pleased with the result.
Jos Luhukay (Hertha head coach): We weren't able to put in a performance as good as in our last three home games. We lacked the belief that we could get a good result and Hannover made it very difficult for us. They give very little away and are so well-organised. Having said that, we made individual mistakes for the goals which is hard to take. Together we'll now try to get back onto the right track.
Tayfun Korkut (Hannover head coach): I have to compliment my team, really. We held it together defensively and gave them very few opportunities. That was our third clean sheet in a row and we're up to 19 points.