Theodor Gebre Selassie: “We did a good job for long periods, we were stable in defence, and we created chances. We had enough chances to score, but we just could convert them. I was certain we’d equalised with Milot’s chance but it wasn’t to be. We were well-organized as a team and didn’t allow them many opportunities, but in the end we were punished for being toothless in front of goal, which is a bitter feeling.”
Kevin Möhwald: “It’s a defeat that’s difficult to accept. We shouldn’t be conceding goals like that. We had some great opportunities, especially on the counter. We were the better team with the ball in the second half, and for periods in the first half too. After the first half, we thought we would be able to take something from this game but we haven’t managed that in the end which is disappointing.”
Romano Schmid: “It’s definitely an unfortunate goal to concede. It’s always unfortunate to concede on set pieces. We had so many chances and hit the post at the end, plus my shot in the first half plus Josh and Felix’s chances. We just couldn’t put it in the net.”
Felix Agu: “It’s an annoying defeat. Our plan was to keep it solid at the back and build on that going forward. We did that well and created a lot of chances. If we’d made use of them we’d be standing here saying the plan worked perfectly again. It’s even more frustrating that we lost to a set piece goal.”
Florian Kohfeldt: “It’s a very frustrating loss. We had the better chances over the course of the match, even though we might not have been the better team overall. We deserved a point at least, so I’m annoyed at that. We were better in terms of chances against one of the league’s top teams, but we didn’t get any points, which is what matters”.