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“A painful result” - Leverkusen match reaction

We gathered the thoughts from the players and coaches after Borussia’s 4-3 loss to Leverkusen on Sunday.

Valentino Lazaro: So soon after the game, it’s hard to be happy about my goal. I just tried to get into the box and saw that the cross was a little behind me, but I didn’t think that I would actually make that contact and find the back of the net. That was my third cameo appearance now and I’m working hard to get to 100 percent. I came in today to try and help the side and I’m happy that I was able to contribute with a goal, but it’s a shame that we didn’t get a result. We weren’t the better team today; Leverkusen played very well. Nevertheless, we had plenty of chances, led twice and missed some great opportunities. That’s why it’s such a painful result and a real pity that we couldn’t round off these remarkable few weeks with a win.

Yann Sommer: It was a difficult evening for us, but we were up against a good opponent. Leverkusen controlled much of the game, but we still had our moments and scored our goals at the right time. Sadly, we missed the chance to go 3-2 ahead and ended up going behind soon after instead. Their second goal was a little unfortunate – I came out, but the cross dipped quicker than I anticipated. We made too many mistakes today and that’s why we didn’t come away with any points.

Marco Rose: Leverkusen deserved to win today. We didn’t get enough of a grip on the game in the first half – our opponents were more on-the-ball. Nevertheless, we ended up going ahead twice, although Leverkusen got two equalisers. The match was a little calmer after the break and then we ended up going behind from a counterattack. It was a little chaotic again at the end. I think we had the better chances today on the whole. It’s frustrating to go into the international break off the back of a result like that, but the lads have worked incredibly hard these past weeks. This game is proof that you can’t afford to drop off even a little bit in the Bundesliga.

Leverkusen head coach Peter Bosz: The game was a real spectacle for the neutrals no doubt. My team played very well against a top side. We knew that we would have to be strong from the very beginning to have a chance, and we started well. I just told the lads to keep doing what they had been doing in the second half. Lukas Hradecky also made some great saves and Gladbach missed a couple of chances. I think we deserved to win today and I’m proud of my players.


Hütter: “An emotional moment”

Following Saturday’s win against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, Borussia and Adi Hütter announced that they would part ways at the end of the 2021/22 season. The 52-year-old took part in a press conference where he answered questions from the media about the decision. Read on for a summary of all the key quotes.


Borussia say goodbye to four Foals

The club said farewell to Matthias Ginter, Keanan Bennetts, Rolf Hülswitt and Markus Müller on Saturday.


Borussia and Adi Hütter part ways

Borussia Mönchengladbach and head coach Adi Hütter have agreed to part ways at the end of the 2021/22 season.