“We have to shut up”

Christopher Trimmel: It was a really good performance today, especially the first half. I think it was a good response to the game against Stuttgart. If we keep going like this, it’s only a matter of time before we win.

When you’re sitting in the dressing room after nine defeats, it’s normal not to laugh and jump around. You’re also a little depressed. The core business for us is the Bundesliga, the Champions League is also important, where you can compete with the best players, but the most important thing for us is that we get back into the Bundesliga.

Rani Khedira: If you lose nine times in a row, you can’t be happy with the situation. Still, I’m completely okay with the way we played today. In the first half we saw a lot, or almost all, of what has made us strong over the last few months and years. We had an incredibly strong opponent today who scored a lot of goals. They didn’t have a shot on goal in the first half, then they had half a chance to score. And that was the difference for us today. We have to continue like we did in the first half today. We have to work, keep our mouths shut and then deliver on the pitch.

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Urs Fischer: Compliments to the team. I believe that in such a difficult situation that we find ourselves in, it is not natural to show such a game. It feels brutal to be a loser after 90 minutes. It’s incredibly bitter, but somewhere I’m proud. The team did pretty much everything right throughout the entire season.

Rudi Garcia (Trainer SSC Neapel): The important thing was to win today. We didn’t play our best game, especially in the first half we lost too many balls. 1. FC Union Berlin is strong on the counterattack and also physically. And it was important for us not to let their game play. We played better in the second half and had better control of possession. I liked the goal, not only because of Kwaratshkelia’s assist and Raspadori’s movement in the penalty area, but also the two ball wins in a few seconds in the same action.

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