Here, bundesliga.com rounds up the post-match thoughts of those involved.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan: It's not really me you should be congratulating but the team, it's most important that we won. I'm really settling in, this is a great place to improve, and we're still getting better as a team. Jürgen Klopp is one of the best coaches in the world, and I'm proud that he's my coach - together we can be successful.
Roman Weidenfeller: It was a tricky game today and Frankfurt were excellent - thankfully the goals came at important moments. I think the best team won though. Frankfurt closed down the space well, which meant we moved the ball slower than we would have liked. Being top of the league with twelve points is the most important thing - we've started well.
Kevin Trapp: We played well for the supporters, and showed lots of passion and spirit - it's just a shame there weren't three points at the end. It's always a good game against Dortmund.
Stefan Aigner: We were good today, I felt. We pressed forward well and had some possession. We dropped off a touch in the second-half, and everyone knows how good Dortmund are. It's good to have qualified for the UEFA Europa League, and that means it wasn't an awful week. Unfortunately we couldn't get three points, but that doesn't mean we're a bad side.