Frankfurt - Eintracht Frankfurt match-winner Alexander Meier determinedly kept his feet on the ground despite re-entering the race to finish as Bundesliga top scorer this season with his brace in the Eagles' 2-1 win over Hamburger SV on Saturday evening, while HSV attacker Zoltan Stieber lamented a "frustrating defeat".

bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the post-match reaction from the Commerzbank Arena...

Eintracht Frankfurt

Alexander Meier: "With the second penalty I wasn't sure which way the goalkeeper would dive, which is why I decided to hit it with a lot of power. We finally managed to create a lot of chances again today and almost didn't allow our opponent's to get a sight of goal before the break. When they scored we'd dozed off again - that happens to us quite frequently. Overall, though, I think we played well. I always try to give my all in training, to block everything else out [in overcoming a goal drought] and to focus on my own game. If you do that then eventually you'll find your rhythm again. I've said before that Arjen Robben will finish as the Bundesliga's top scorer and I stick by that."

Kevin Trapp: "We've been too inconsistent. We played well against Schalke, didn't do so well against Mainz, but today we were pretty good over the 90 minutes. Obviously it was a very important victory, especially as we put greater distance between ourselves and Hamburg in the table. However, we could have made life a lot easier for ourselves. It was important to beat a team below us in the table - we didn't manage that against Freiburg and Mainz. It's a big relief to have won today.

Hamburger SV

Zoltan Stieber: "We'll have to analyse the game closely. We knew Frankfurt would come at us in the first 20 minutes of the second half but they still managed to make it 2-1. After the sending off it was even harder to score. Nicolai [Müller] played a very good ball into me for my goal and I didn't think about it for very long. I saw a gap at the near post and that's where I put it. It's a frustrating defeat but we have to keep going. Next we've got Borussia Dortmund at home and in a relegation battle, you just have to pick up points. That's all there is to it."