• Guardiola says he will "miss his players".
  • Hummels disappointed to end Dortmund career without a trophy.
  • Bayern edged Dortmund on penalties.

It was a night of drama in Berlin as FC Bayern München beat Borussia Dortmund on penalties to lift the DFB Cup. And emotions were running high, particularly for Dortmund's Mats Hummels in his final appearance for the club as well as for Bayern coach Pep Guardiola following his final game in charge.

Borussia Dortmund 0-0 FC Bayern München (Bayern won 4-3 on penalties)

The visibly moved Catalan admitted he will miss his players when he moves to Manchester City this summer, praising them for giving him "three exceptional years" at the helm of Germany's most successful club. has all the post-match reaction from Berlin.

Pep Guardiola, Bayern coach: "Dortmund had their moments, but so did we. Anything can happen in a penalty shoot-out. I'm very happy. Doubles are just numbers. These have been three exceptional years in Munich. I'm very happy to finish here on this note. I will miss my players. It was great fun here."

Bayern players watch on during the penalty shoot-out at the Olympiastadion

Thomas Müller, Bayern midfielder: "It was very intense and you could see how much energy this long season has taken out of us. Penalties are awful, but today I think the deserved winners were FC Bayern."

Jerome Boateng, Bayern defender: "I would have taken a penalty if it had gone into sudden death, but there were others who asked ahead of me. I told Douglas Costa 'hit it hard, not like a Brazilian'."

Manuel Neuer, Bayern goalkeeper: "I would have liked it to have been over after 90 minutes, but this is an amazing double. We've played a fantastic season and we deserved this."

A forlorn Papastathopoulos walks away after missing a penalty his coach said he should not have taken

Thomas Tuchel, Dortmund coach: "It took us a very long time to determine the order of our penalties. It was hard to find five takers. I'm annoyed because I got the order wrong. I should have done it differently. I should not have allowed Sven Bender and Sokratis Papastathopoulos to take one. We defended well in what was an intense game, but we fell a long way short of our expectations with the way we played. We needed a long time to get into the game. Extra-time was okay, but overall we can do better than this."

Mats Hummels, Dortmund captain: "It wasn't our best performance, but we fought amazingly and then a penalty shoot-out is just a mixture of luck and quality, and we drew the short straw, which us unfortunate. Nobody wants [to be substituted in their final game]. I kept getting cramp and then I twisted my ankle and my muscle just closed up. I'm going to need a few days to recover now, but I'll be fit for the European Championship. Of course I'll bid farewell to the other lads now – we had an incredible time together and I'm going to miss all of them."

Roman Bürki, Dortmund goalkeeper: "It's very disappointing. We had chances, but maybe we needed to be just that little bit cleverer with them. I got my fingers to the last penalty, but that's not going to help us now because it's about keeping them out, not touching them."