DThe journalists needed Eintracht Frankfurt's Danny da Costa just to hold the camera and microphone. "I can give the questions and answers myself," said the 25-year-old after the 3-2 victory of his concord with Apollon Limassol on Thursday night in the Europa League. So Costa started to write a 58-second monologue and ask the questions:
Question: "Am I glad we are one lap away?"
Question: "Do I find it cool that the fans support us that way?"
Question: "Is the focus on Sunday and the Schalke game now?"
Question: "Am I glad if there will be a break after that?"
Answer: "Of course"
Then Costa thought, "What's up?"
However, when Costa reported eight contests in series, the reporter of the Hessischer Rundfunk corrected: "No, not quite. 22 out of 24 points only. "
As Costa joked with a serious expression: "Yes, that is expandable. We have to work on that. "He briefly thinks:" That's right, we did not win. We played a draw. "
Now the reporter plays the game properly: "Was really weak."
Da Costa: "That was really bad of us. You have to say that. "
Next question: "Is there still the work-up in the mind?"
Da Costa: "Yes, it was also noticed today after the goal, that the Nuremberg game was immediately back in the head and this has unsettled us. Of course that should not happen like that. "
Shortly thereafter, he finished his interview on his own and was in a good mood.
As Costas curious deposit strongly reminded Klaus Augenthaler. When the world champion of 1990 was once a coach at VfL Wolfsburg, he gave a legendary 42-second press conference in May 2007, where he also asked the questions himself and gave the answers right away.