Frankfurt - After another engrossing 90 minutes at the Commerzbank Arena on Friday night, there was nothing to separate Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach.

bundesliga.com has the post-match reaction to convey who felt what on Friday night...

Eintracht Frankfurt


Stefan Aigner: "I took a risk with the chance I had - I cut inside and missed, and I suppose I didn't have that bit of luck. It was a game between two good teams and a point's okay, although we would have liked to win. We know they’re a versatile team and we dealt with everything they threw at us. We play football to be successful and if we get the chance of qualifying for Europe, then we’ll try to go for it."

Haris Seferovic: "We played the game like we wanted to. We attacked them well - I had a chance at the start and we had others, but unfortunately they didn't go in. But we played well and we can be happy with the point. Alex [Meier] being out is tough for us - he’s a big player and we all hope he comes back stronger. But we have other players - Sonny Kittel, for example, had a good game today. We just need that bit of luck and the goals will come."

Bastian Oczipka: "After the last few weeks we can be happy with the clean sheet, but there was more in this game for us than a draw. We get asked about Europe every weekend and we’re in the running, but the performances need to be good enough and we haven’t done that often enough in the last few weeks. We need to be more consistent in our next few games."

Borussia Mönchengladbach


Patrick Herrmann: "It wasn't our best game. We struggled in attack in particular and Frankfurt did well to reduce the space at our disposal. If my chance had gone in the whole game would have panned out differently as we'd have been able to hit them on the counter-attack, but Kevin Trapp made a good save. Frankfurt are very strong at home - we'll just have to settle for a point."

Ibrahima Traore: "Overall the game was very difficult for us. Frankfurt were aggressive and focused, so it wasn't easy to create chances. They were very compact and pressed us high up the pitch. Frankfurt are a good side, especially at home. I wouldn't necessarily say that we've dropped two points here."

Roel Brouwers: "Frankfurt played well. We didn’t have that many chances and they had a good one with Aigner. I think 0-0's okay in the end. It would have been great to win it in the last minute, but we can live with the draw. The game with Leverkusen will be a big one but we've got two big ones coming up before then."