Eintracht Frankfurt lost to Wolfsburg because they weren't "good enough where it counts," according to Oliver Glasner.
|Oliver Glasner.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
"We were really good between the two penalty boxes, put Wolfsburg under pressure and had some good attacks. However, we weren't good enough where it counts," said Glasner and added:
"The two goals we conceded were too easy, and going forward we weren't able to capitalize on our dominance."
Frankfurt have lost three of their last five Bundesliga games after today's defeat.