Bayer Leverkusen head coach Peter Bosz wasn't inspired with the caliber of football demonstrated in his side's 1-0 defeat to RB Leipzig on Saturday.
The 57-year-old Bosz, whose men have won only one of their last seven games inBundesliga
, said after the match:
"It was a top game, but not top football. Both teams played one-on-one, spaces were tight, little time. We started out poorly, didn't get any access, but then got into it a bit better and played better going forward.
"I am convinced that we can look ahead and get back to winning our games. We can go on such a run again if we play better football and win games. And important players will soon be back in the squad."
RB Leipzig manager
on the other hand, was satisfied with the result, he said:
"Overall I liked our performance. Of course, it's always nicer if you've got a bigger lead, especially when the opposition is making attacking substitutions. However, we defended well until the end and deserved the win."
Following Saturday's Bundesliga results, Bayer Leverkusen sit fourth while RB Leipzig lie in the runner-up position, seven points behind league leader Bayern Munich.