• Robben returns 200 days after being sidelined by a groin injury.
  • Dutch winger scores Bayern's third in 3-0 win over Hamburg.
  • Says he has reflected on his recent injuries and made some changes.

200 days after his last competitive appearance for FC Bayern München, Arjen Robben was back on Wednesday night doing what he does best: menacing defences and scoring goals.

It was another successful comeback from injury for the Dutchman who, according to goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, "always scores a goal when he returns". His latest break dates back to March, when a groin injury curtailed his 2015/16 season. In mid-July, the 32-year-old's comeback attempt ended with an aggravation of the injury in a friendly against SV Lippstadt and Robben was understandably emotional as he recounted his latest return to action on Matchday 4.

Question: Arjen Robben, how did this comeback feel?

Arjen Robben: It was a very nice moment for me when I came back onto the field. The fans' reaction was incredible. I've got to thank them from the bottom of my heart because this support really does me a lot of good.

Watch: Carlo Ancelotti and Franck Ribery pay tribute to Robben after his return:

Question: The whole stadium got to their feet when you came on – what were your thoughts at that moment?

Robben: It was an emotional moment and everything flashes through your mind again about what I have been through to get back here. This was a reward for my hard work. It couldn't get any better.

Question: It did, because you then scored a goal…

Robben: That was an extra reward on top. It was a beautiful pass from Thiago, who laid the ball off for me. I just struck it well and that rounded off the night nicely for me.

"After this latest injury, I really analysed things and looked at what I could change and improve to make everything really perfect. We've done that." Arjen Robben

Question: What did you make of your opponents' performance?

Robben: Berlin have won their first three games of the season and, at times, they were able to show just why. They were dangerous and I expect them to continue challenging up at the top this season.

Question: How do you feel physically – you've got Hamburger SV at the weekend and then Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League. Are you ready for 90 minutes yet?

Robben: It's important that we are sensible with me. I've been out for almost six months, because Lippstadt doesn't really count. My last official game was in March and so it's really, really important that I build myself back up well and not too quickly. I think we've got intelligent people at the club, though.

Robben marked his return with a trademark goal.

Question: Could you put a figure on how fit you feel?

Robben: I've been out for a long time and had a really good rehabilitation. I've been brought back to strength really well. After this latest injury, I really analysed things and looked at what I could change and improve to make everything really perfect. We've done that and we have changed a few things. I'm in good shape now, but it's got to stay this way.

Question: Borussia Dortmund have stumbled once, but they've bounced back impressively – how do you see them?

Robben: When you score 17 goals in three games then you deserve a huge compliment. But they have lost once, which is why we've pulled three points clear of them. We've just got to keep going because if we don't keep our concentration high or if we have a bad day, like in the first half against Ingolstadt, then we can also struggle. We've always got to be on our guard.

Maximilian Lotz reporting from Munich