Entertainment Hütter: "That's me too cheap"
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The fourth receives the third, Frankfurt against Wolfsburg is the tabular top game of the next matchday. It is on Saturday mainly around the Champions League, at least one rand aspect is that two Austrian coaches in the Bundesliga are top. © Getty Images "He is a great guy": Oliver Glasner appreciates his Austrian colleague Adi Hütter.
0: 4 in Gladbach - Eintracht Frankfurt conceded a setback in the race around the Champions League. Kevin Trapp gave a complicity of defeat, but said like Coach Adi Hütter plain text.
Why his team did not bring the required pace on the lawn that day, the national goalkeeper to "Sky" could not explain immediately after the game. "We hardly overpass the first line," criticized Trapp. Although Gladbach had also done well, but it was also "lacking in the courage to dribble and play in the rooms".
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offensively ran after the early residue due to a header of the inadequate disgusted Matthias Ginter (10th) to Stefan Ilsankers Battenscher (24th) despite ever more significant optical superiority hardly together. One came well from the break, said the keeper, and "then my mistake Kill the game and it is 2: 0".
Also at 0: 3, the SGE looked bad: After Jonas Hofmann's corner Nico Elvedi nodded at the fiffer to the latte and Ramy Bensbaini sinked the rebound by head (67.). "First goal a standard, second goal of individual mistakes, third goal again a standard - that just does not happen," Handed Trapp, who looked forward immediately: "We have the next game in three days."
On the question of which connection because between the message of Hütters change to Gladbach and the clear defeat, Trapp positioned quite clearly: "Nobody! We stand as a team in the square and want to achieve goals." The same view represented Sebastian Rode: "Of course, this is water on the mills of the critics, which then predicted it so," said the replacement captain and said, "After so many constant achievements, we have to admit a weaker. "
"Of course that does not look good today." - Adi Hütter
Hütter himself had a possible "connection to the farewell failure" an even clearer replica: "That's too cheap to me, I have to say." The Frankfurt Coach summed out: "The performance was simply not according to that we could take something today. Were not as grippy as in the games before, especially with the standards," said the 51-year-old. "Of course, that does not look good today. Now we have to brush your mouth quickly and show a reaction on Tuesday," loses Hütter's great destination Champions League out of the look.
Hütter promises: "Become our way to the end" .
Frankfurt am Main (SID) - After the redeeming return to the trail, Adi Hütter puffed deep through. "We have given the answer. That we won the game, that's balm on the wounds," the coach assured from Eintracht Frankfurt after the 2-0 (0: 0) against FC Augsburg. The turbulent days after his change of change apparently have nevertheless left traces.