Dortmund - Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller lamented certain aspects of his side's display at home to FC Augsburg, while the visitors were understandably rather more pleased with their afternoon's work.
bundesliga.com rounds up some of the reactions of the game's key protagonists...
: The game didn't go as we imagined it would. We were too careless and didn't get into our rhythm properly. Their goals came from them getting past us down the flanks, which is something that shouldn't happen. Every member of the team fought until the end, everyone gave their all, but it still wasn't enough, which is very frustrating. Kuba's [Jakub Błaszczykowski] injury, if it's confirmed, looks bad and it's another blow for the team. However, we can't use that as an excuse.
: We went into the game with a lot of ambition, as a result the draw feels even more like a defeat. Unfortunately we weren't dominant enough, and we'll have to analyse why. We made too many mistakes, also we weren't clinical in front of goal. We were very keen on winning again at home, so the draw is a very, very bitter result.
: We fought back twice, fought hard and played well. Now we've gone six games unbeaten. That was a great start to the second half of the season.
: It says a lot for the team's morale if you can earn a point against Dortmund after going behind twice. Both of our goals were well worked, we had a lot of possession and believed in ourselves.
: It's incredible the kind of stories football writes. The fact that Dong-Won Ji has only trained with us once but he scored after only being on the pitch for a minute is amazing. Finally we've managed to earn a point in Dortmund and we deserved it too, even though they had more chances.