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Following the 1-0 home defeat against Hannover 96, the Boys in Brown reflect on a disappointing 90 minutes. Here is the post-match reaction.

Robin Himmelmann: "We face the same dilemma every week at the moment: We make a mistake and we go behind early on. Then we’re left chasing the game. We all felt in the first half that we'd get chances to score. We did get into the opposition box but that didn't work in the second half. Our aim now has to be to get three points in the next game. The situation at the moment is anything but positive."

Marvin Knoll: "There weren't many chances for either side today. I noticed a certain amount of tension on the pitch but neither team got going. We had great plans for the game and trained really well this week. I can talk a lot here but we didn't pick up any points at the end of the day. Now we've just got to get results. I just want to win another game. That's all that counts."

Jan-Philipp Kalla: "There weren’t many shots on goal at either end today. Hannover had one and it went in. I lost the ball for the goal. We started playing long balls early on, which might be good for our big strikers, but we really want to play football. It sounds daft but we’ve got to work hard to turn the corner. We're probably unlucky at the moment and we need to win that back."

Philipp Ziereis: "We've just got to get more points. We are working very hard in training and in the games. Today we wanted to challenge hard and show aggression but that's not working at the moment unfortunately. But now it's a case of carrying on because everything looks different in this league with a win. We've got three games left to Christmas and we have to keep our heads up even if we are in a difficult situation."



Photos: Witters