Augsburg - The Bundesliga's top scorer Alexander Meier was happy Eintracht Frankfurt managed to grind out a 2-2 draw from their clash at FC Augsburg on Sunday evening, while the hosts were left frustrated at giving away a two-goal lead as they missed out on going third in the table.
bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the post-match reaction from the SGL Arena...
Alexander Meier: "In the first half we were way too open which shouldn't have happened, and it wasn't easy to turn it around. If you're 2-0 down and then come back to get a point though, you can be very happy."
Stefan Aigner: "We made a lot of mistakes on the ball and weren't really in the game before the interval. Scoring right on half-time obviously gave us a boost, however, and we were better after the break. A point from the game is a decent result."
Kevin Trapp: "We need to stop trying to concentrate and actually put into practice the things we're doing on the training ground. It's definitely a point gained, though. Augsburg started really well and had a lot of chances."
Raul Bobadilla: "I always want to play and I just try to do my best for the team. It has been a good season for me. I’m fit, I’m showing that now and I’m happy when I score goals."
Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker: "It doesn’t feel like a defeat. We'd obviously like to have won the game but we're not too disappointed with the draw, and every point is important. If you'd offered us seven points before the start [from the first three matches of the second half of the season], we'd have taken it. Seven points is almost perfect start."