Berlin (dpa) – The German news agency has made meaningful statements for the 7th match day of the Bundesliga.

“I just played soccer.”

(Trade union professional Max Kruse on Instagram for the 5-0 Berlin against Arminia Bielefeld)

“It’s primarily about performance on the field. Then there’s a Max private, who sometimes expresses himself a little differently than I would.”

(Union trainer Urs Fischer against Max Kruse)

“That was a catastrophe from the first to the last second. We got really pissed off, it will hurt longer.”

(Bielefeld’s captain Fabian Klos after the 0: 5 to 1. FC Union)

“It was another taste of the Pyros.”

(Hertha goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow to the fog clouds that passed through the Augsburg Stadium during the Berlin victory. The fans currently banned from the stadiums because of Corona usually like to light fireworks, which also makes for foggy playing fields)

“The 100th win is okay, but not worth mentioning.”

(Bruno Labbadia after his 100th Bundesliga success as a coach)

“He just has to do what he thinks.”

(SC Freiburg coach Christian Streich about referee Felix Zwayer and the, from his point of view, questionable penalty whistle at 0: 3 away against RB Leipzig)

“He was injured for a long time, now he is scoring the goal. He deserved the blows there.”

(Emil Forsberg about the cheers with Ibrahima Konaté, who received small blows to the head from his teammates after his goal in RB Leipzig’s 3-0 win over SC Freiburg)

“It can happen that you don’t always make the right decision in the middle of the action. But when the video assistant comes along, you have to ask yourself where they were looking at the second goal.”

(Schalke coach Manuel Baum criticized the referee’s second penalty decision after video evidence, leading to Mainz 05 2-1)

“David Alaba’s goal just before half time was important. We could breathe calmly.”

(Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer at Sky after the 3: 2 in the league top at BVB about David Alaba’s goal shortly before half time to the interim 1: 1)

“As a coach, I am disappointed with the defeat. But we played football.”

(BVB coach Lucien Favre after his team’s 2: 3 in the top match against FC Bayern)

“Our first half was not great and our second was not catastrophic. At the end of the day you can be satisfied with a point against an adult team with international ambitions.”

(Coach Pellegrino Matarazzo from VfB Stuttgart to 2-2 at home against Eintracht Frankfurt after a 2-0 lead)

“They let us live and then we showed that we had a lot of quality.”

(Eintracht Frankfurt coach Adi Hütter)

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