Borussia Monchengladbach and Eintracht Frankfurt tied 1-1 today in the German Bundesliga Sunday’s fixture.
Danny Da Costa scored for Eintracht Frankfurt at the end of the first half, but Borussia Monchengladbach’s Denis Zakaria saved his team with a goal in the 82nd minute to tie 1-1 in today’s German Bundesliga fixture.
And for defensive midfielder Christoph Kramer, the point was good news.
“We can live with a point. Our first-half performance was really good; we pressed Frankfurt very high and found some gaps, but we ought to have done a lot more with the chances we created,” Kramer told the club’s official website.
“Eintracht were a little deeper after the break and it was hard to create concrete goalscoring opportunities.”
“Nevertheless, we managed to get the equalizer, so in the end, we can be happy with the result, even though there was more in it for us today,” he added.
“It’s really hard to play your way through Frankfurt, so we can be very pleased with the way we got our goal.”
“It was important to show a reaction after the defeat to Hertha, and we did that. Of course, it would have been nice to take all three points, and I think we would have done if we had scored before the break,” Yann Sommer added.
“We had a good number of chances but just couldn’t put the ball in the net. We shouldn’t have conceded the way we did before half time – we need to be more focused.”
“We didn’t quite get going as much in attack during the second half and the equalizer sort of came out of nothing in the end, but it was deserved,” he commented.
“It was a good feeling to be back on the pitch after such a long time. I’ve always given 100 percent in training and I got my reward for that today,” Josip Drmic added too.
“I just tried to get stuck in after coming on and I think I had an impact.”
“I had a chance to win it at the end too, but it wasn’t an easy ball to take on and it was on my weaker foot too, although there’s no doubt that I could put it away as well. Nevertheless, we can be happy with the draw today,” he concluded.
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