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Coach: You can't always score six goals

Postby FCBayernNews » Sat Nov 10, 2012 7:20 pm

Bayern produced a workmanlike display on Saturday to defeat third-placed Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 at the Allianz Arena, goals from Franck Ribéry and David Alaba sealing FCB's tenth win in 11 Bundesliga fixtures. "That was a hard-earned victory. It's hard to refocus after the Champions League. You can't always score six goals and play superb football," an ultimately satisfied Jupp Heynckes said afterwards.

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Jupp Heynckes: "That was a hard-earned victory against a very good team. Especially in the first half we didn't look determined enough. Frankfurt played good football and were full of running. It's hard to refocus after the Champions League. You can't always score six goals and play superb football. But we showed we're capable of the right reaction in a difficult situation. In that sense the team were excellent. At the end of the day, we made the most of our experience and intelligence."

Franck Rib�ry: "Playing every three days doesn''t make it easy, and that was the case today. Frankfurt were fresher. But we had lots of chances and should have taken the lead earlier. Winning today was important because we''re away on international duty now."

David Alaba: "We took a certain amount of time to settle and get going. Frankfurt played really well, but we put up good resistance."

Armin Veh (Eintracht Frankfurt coach): "It was a very intense and high-paced game with chances at both ends. We tried to press Bayern early and not let them get going. We did that very well. But Bayern are smart and you have to cover a lot of ground. The second goal settled the outcome and it broke our resistance. Unfortunately, we''ve not been rewarded for the display we''ve given, but today we were up against opponents who are in a league of their own."

Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt keeper): "We could have taken something from today''s game. We played well and we always had a chance. We played courageous attacking football, and with a bit of luck we'd have taken something away with us. Bayern are exceptionally experienced with so many internationals. They have that basic instinct of seeing a game through to the end, that''s the decisive difference."

Stefan Aigner (Eintracht Frankfurt): "We gave a good account of ourselves, especially in the first half. We stopped Bayern getting into the match and we put them under pressure, but we failed to score the first goal."
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