- Gladbach attacker Lars Stindl disappointed with defeat at former club Hannover.
- Foals' boss Andre Schubert says his side "weren't aggressive enough".
- Hannover coach Daniel Stendel believes "in miracles".
Lars Stindl and his Borussia Mönchengladbach team-mates were left frustrated after another poor performance on the road ended in a 2-0 defeat to basement boys Hannover 96 in Matchday 30's curtain-raiser.
Lars Stindl (Gladbach attacker): "We didn’t show nearly enough today. You have to look at the season as a whole. When you consider how we started the campaign we’ve still managed to put ourselves in a great position. We have to take it one game at a time, though, and try to pick up points in our remaining games. We prepared well for the game and wanted to close the gap on the teams above us, but we just have to keep focusing on ourselves and not on other teams."
Martin Stranzl (Gladbach defender): "We made too many mistakes today. If you have problems in controlling the ball and in passing the ball, you shouldn’t be surprised when you lose the game. We also only created two chances, which isn’t enough. We’ve dropped more points on the road, so we have to make up for it at home next week. We’ve been training in a very focused manner all week, so that’s not the reason [for the defeat]. Perhaps it’s something we all need to sit down and discuss. We have to be braver and play our football on the road."
Andre Schubert (Gladbach coach): "We had to make a lot of changes which isn’t easy. There wasn’t any real flow in our game and the opponents were very aggressive. We didn’t start the game very well and weren’t aggressive enough in our play. We didn’t get close enough to Hannover and weren’t tight enough in midfield. We’re a team that usually plays good football - as our position in the table shows - but we didn’t manage to do that today."
Yann Sommer (Gladbach keeper): "We didn’t play well today. We were up against a side who played with a lot of passion, but they’re right at the bottom and we didn’t do anything today. It’s a shame. I wouldn’t say that we lack passion necessarily, but we didn’t win enough challenges today - Hannover were very aggressive in the tackle - and you can’t win games this way."
Daniel Stendel (Hannover coach): "I’m very happy. It was a really good atmosphere against Hamburg two weeks ago, and we knew the fans would support us if we try as hard as we did last time out and it was a great atmosphere again. It would be lovely if one or two of the players who played tonight could make a name for themselves at the club in the coming years. I do believe in miracles, but we're just taking one game at a time."