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Reaction to Bayern v Borussia Monchengladbach

Postby FCBayernNews » Sat Dec 02, 2006 8:00 pm

02.12.2006

Bayern's 1-1 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach rates as a huge missed opportunity for the champions to maintain their progress at the top of the Bundesliga standings. The mood in the Reds dressing room afterwards was understandably gloomy. "Unfortunately, we've thrown away two points today," fumed Roy Makaay, off-target on the day after a run of six goals in eight games. "We had our chances, but the ball didn't want to go in," coach Felix Magath sighed.

<b>Reaction to Bayern v Borussia Monchengladbach</b>

<b>Felix Magath:</b> "Obviously we're disappointed. A single point isn't enough for us, although we put them under intense pressure in the second half. We always have trouble against defensively-minded teams. We had our chances as well, but the ball didn't want to go in. We lost concentration for an instant at 1-0 up, and conceded the equaliser."

<b>Jupp Heynkes (Gladbach coach):</b> "The point wasn't the only important thing today. We looked like a team and we played some football. We kept it tight at the back, although you'll never entirely prevent Bayern Munich from creating chances or maybe hitting the woodwork. But overall, we played very well. We looked confident on the ball and passed extremely well. I think it gives us something to build on."

<b>Roy Makaay:</b> "We played good football in the second half, we created plenty of chances, but we needed a tick more luck. Gladbach had one clear-cut chance in the entire match, but it was a bad goal from our point of view. Unfortunately, we've thrown away two points today."

<b>Philipp Lahm:</b> "We started better than we have done recently and went 1-0 up, but we're not scoring the decisive goals to kill a match at the moment. We failed to follow up and score a second. We created some good chances but made too little of them. Our problem at the moment is that we allow our opponents a single chance, and they put it away every time."
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