Jesse Marsch, Péter Gulácsi and Kevin Kampl on the 2-1 UEFA Champions League loss against Club Brugge
"We managed to take an early lead, but the rest of the first half was hectic. We lost a lot of balls and didn't play well. I told the players at half time to stay calm. In the second half we were better and more composed. We could have turned the game around, but unfortunately didn't get the goals.
At the moment we're either really good or not good. We need to find more consistency."
"Above all, it was our first half that was bad – it’s disappointing. We knew that Brugge would defend in a man-marking system and we needed to be more active in our build-up, but we didn’t do that. We were better after the break, but we didn't have enough to break through in the final third.
Of course we're now in a difficult situation in our group, but we have to stay positive. We have two tough games against PSG ahead of us, where we have to pick up some points. Our fans always remain positive and that really pushes us on."
"We started well and took the lead, but after that we were really hectic and had too many easy losses of possession. In the second half we were playing for a goal. I think if we’d have got a second goa, we’d have also got a third. But it wasn’t enough. We were good up until around 15 metres from goal but then the final ball wasn’t good enough and the opponent could clear. In these situations, we just have to be calmer. We lacked the ability to break through today.
There are enough games left and anything can happen. But it’s clear that we need to start picking up points at some point. It is a really tough group – we knew that from the start.
We’re going through a learning process. We shouldn’t panic. On Saturday we have a home game against Bochum, where we have to work hard again and pick up three points."