Dortmund - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus shared all five Borussia Dortmund’s goals between them as BVB steamrollered FC Augsburg at the Signal Iduna Park.

bundesliga.com has the best quotes from some of the game’s protagonists.

Borussia Dortmund

Marco Reus: "We did well today although I wasn’t too happy with much of the second half. I wasn’t too concerned that I’d missed a couple of opportunities [in the last few games]. The important thing is that I’m getting chances to score and that my movement on the pitch is good. Then it’s only a question of time for me to find the net. I’m happy to have helped the team with a brace today."

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: "We played some really good football. I’m happy we did well today because it was a very important game. There’s no secret to my current run. I bet with my brother that I would score three and sent text messages around to all my family to announce it. The matchball I’m keeping for my son. I’m feeling good here [at Dortmund] and I’m on a run which gives you confidence. This is exactly what a striker needs."

Gonzalo Castro: "We played very, very well in the first half and managed to put into practice what the coach asked us to do. We looked a little shaky after conceding from a free-kick but did well afterwards and crowned our very good performance with two further goals."

Woodyinho [Marco Reus] interviewing @Aubameyang7 - more tonight on bvbtotal.de says this Dortmund tweet.

FC Augsburg

Markus Weinzierl (head coach): "We gave our opponents too much space; Dortmund scored way too easily. We weren’t the favourites to win and generally speaking it’s okay to lose at Dortmund, but the question is how you lose. I saw lots of positives in the first 40 minutes after the break, however. That’s how we have to play in the coming weeks. It’s clear we have two very important games ahead of us."

Dominik Kohr: "Dortmund were the better side today. We were hoping to be able to build on our midweek win [in the UEFA Europa League away to AZ Alkmaar] but didn’t manage to unfortunately. Congratulations to Dortmund. We have to look at the positives and take it step by step."