Konrad Laimer, Jesse Marsch and Kevin Kampl give their thoughts on a 4-1 defeat to Bayern.
"It's always difficult against Bayern; they have a lot of quality and showed that today. We didn't play badly and gave it everything. Our fans gave us a push at the end as well. With a little bit more luck and more composure in the final third, it could have been a different game. We haven't had the desired start to the season, but we have to keep our composure and keep working. If we continue to play with the kind of power and confidence we showed today, I think we have the foundations for success."
"We conceded the goals to easily today and at the other end we over-complicated things in the final third. This meant we weren't able to create any clear-cut chances. It obviously hurts to lose 4-1 at the end. We may only have three points from four games, but it's no use letting our heads drop, we've got a long season ahead of us and a lot is still possible. Of course, we will need to analyse today's defeat, but on Wednesday we're back in action. We knew it would be difficult once Bayern got on a roll, we should have held them off. The same will be true against Manchester City. Not everything was bad today, but not everything was good. We're looking ahead."
"Conceding a penalty like that after ten minutes is tough to take, I apologise to the team for that. We lacked a bit of clarity and breakthrough power to score.Despite that, there were many areas in which you cant maky any criticism of the team. The 4-1 score is a bit of an excessive reflection on the game. Now we've got to be patient with our learning process and not go into panic mode. On Wednesday against Man City, we'll give our all again."