Berlin (dpa) – The German news agency has collected the best statements for the 6th match day of the Bundesliga:

“I only noticed during the last practice when he said, ‘Good luck, guys.’ I wondered, what does he mean now?”

(Bayern professional Thomas Müller when asked how he found out about Robert Lewandowski’s breakthrough)

“We know we have good footballers who have both speed and technique. But if this is not all going well, you have to get the job done.”

(Müller on how FC Bayern played in Cologne)

Bayern was clearly tired. You don’t often get them in the constitution. ‘

(Goal scorer Dominick Drexler from Cologne after the 1: 2 against FC Bayern)

“In the end, it’s all about the bare result. And that’s how everything turned out well.”

(Coach Hansi Flick of FC Bayern Munich when asked whether it was a mistake to save striker Robert Lewandowski 2-1 in Cologne)

“Today I just sat back, kept my mouth shut and let the boys play.”

(Gladbach coach Marco Rose at the end of the match against Leipzig, in which his team didn’t get a late goal this time)

“He’s fine, he’s scored two goals, he’s going to make it, he’s got good healing flesh.”

(National player Julian Brandt on Sky after his BVB 2-0 in Bielefeld when asked about the severity of the injury of his teammate Mats Hummels, who had recently been replaced)

“We have occasionally eaten some raw food over the past few days when playing against low-ranking teams.”

(Burns about his team’s problem against defensive opponents)

“I’m not Erling Haaland.”

(Julian Brandt on his poor evaluation of odds in BVB’s 2-0 win in Bielefeld)

“All in all, the eleven that were there and started were not suitable for the Bundesliga.”

(Mainz left back Daniel Brosinski after 1: 3 at FC Augsburg)

“Understandably, the guys don’t burst confidently.”

(The Mainz trainer Jan-Moritz Lichte after the start of the six bankruptcies)

“Of course we have to try to play more football in the long term.”

(Werder Bremen’s trainer Florian Kohfeldt on the partly scathing appearance at 1-1 in Frankfurt)

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