Berlin (dpa) – The German news agency has collected the best statements for the 11th match day of the Bundesliga:

“I can throw up confetti, I am so happy with what I just got to see.”

(Tweet from VfB sports director Thomas Hitzlsperger after the 5: 1 in Dortmund)

“It’s too much for me. It’s about being focused and playing soccer meaningfully.”

(BVB defense chief Mats Hummels after the 1: 5 against VfB Stuttgart)

“It is not our intention to be careless for the first 20 minutes. It is too often that we let ourselves be taken by surprise.”

(Bayern professional Thomas Müller on the noticeable vulnerability to goals in Munich in the starting phase)

“Before the game, my father wrote to me that it was time for my first goal.”

(Union scorer Grischa Prömel after the 1-1 draw against Bayern)

“At first I thought it wasn’t a penalty kick. Then I saw the TV images. The elbow is clear in the face. You can give the penalty kick. Sorry for my emotions. I apologized to the referee.”

(Werder coach Florian Kohfeldt after the 0-2 in Leipzig about the penalty kick in the first half)

“Elvis is a very valuable player to us. He is in no way a disgrace. He lives football. He lives our game.”

(Cologne coach Markus Gisdol about his protégé Elvis Rexhbecaj, who scored the decisive goal in the 1-0 win in Mainz)

“If you’re lucky, you won’t stay in the competition.”

(Mainz sports director Rouven Schröder after the next setback for his club)

“Look at Thomas Müller in Munich, who has achieved everything you can achieve in his footballing life. Vince is also doing it within the limits of his capabilities. This is also exemplary for the young players.

(Freiburg coach Christian Streich about Vincenzo Grifo, who scored the opening goal in the 2-0 win over Bielefeld)

“If a team doesn’t make a big mistake, the game ends 0-0. Unfortunately we made it.”

(Bielefeld coach Uwe Neuhaus about the penalty kick that led to the late deficit in Freiburg)

“We are all happy that we can play football. Of course it is a lot for everyone. But we can play.”

(Gladbach coach Marco Rose after the 1-1 draw against Hertha BSC about the current burden on the players)

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