"EVERY POINT COUNTS IN THE FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL" – THE POST-MATCH REACTION
Sunday, 19. February 2017, 18:47 Uhr
The Boys in Brown produced a good performance at Arminia Bielefeld but in the end it was only enough for a point. Here's the post-match reaction to the 1-1 draw.
Christopher Buchtmann: "The draw is frustrating. We had our chances and should have made more of them. We produced a super away performance but didn't put the game to bed. The upward trend is still apparent. Who would have thought a couple of weeks ago that we'd work our way up like this? We need to keep a clear head now to make sure we achieve our objective.
Bernd Nehrig: "We should have killed the game off earlier. We had lots of situations that we didn't see through properly, and in the end we lacked a bit of shrewdness. It's obviously bitterly disappointing but we were up against a team today who have got almost all their points at home so far. You don't just go out and win these games. Nevertheless, we'd have deserved the three points. Now we have to turn this one point into gold against Karlsruhe."
Philipp Heerwagen: "We failed to make it 2-0 and with that we kept Bielefeld in the game. As such, we perhaps lost two points but that's football and every point counts in the fight for survival. We haven't forgotten where we've come from in the table. We continue to look ahead."
Lasse Sobiech: "The feelings now straight after the final whistle are unimaginable. We played some good football in the first half and should have made it 1-0. It was then a relief to go in front but we should have added to it. We pressed Arminia really well but unfortunately that was no longer the case towards the end."