Freiburg - Sebastian Kehl admitted he knew exactly what he had to do to beat goalkeeper Oliver Baumann from long range to earn Borussia Dortmund a over his former club SC Freiburg, while Baumann himself had some cheeky but choice words for the 34-year-old BVB skipper.
bundesliga.com rounds up the post-match reaction from Baden-Württemberg.
Everybody knows that Oli stands quite a long way off his line, but there's obviously a bit of luck involved too. I'd say the game was pretty even for long spells, which is why the victory is a bit fortunate for us.
These were big points today. We want second place and we won't be happy with anything less. Today's victory was a big, big step towards it. We want to win every game we've got from now on. I'm feeling pretty good after my long spell on the sidelines. I'm hardly feeling any pain, but I've got new soles in my boots and things are feeling a bit different. Physically, I need a few more games at least - I realised that today.
It's just the way I play and as far as the angle was concerned, I'm not taking any blame. I'd say I got my positioning absolutely right. At the end of the game, I told him he's a dirtbag [smiling].
We played a really, really good game, particularly in the first half. We barely gave them a sniff before the break and then they go in front with their first real chance of the game. If you look at the possession and the chances, then I'd say a draw would have been fairer.
Tale another look at Kehl's well-executed winner for BVB courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: