Dortmund - The emotions could hardly have been more contrasting for Borussia Dortmund and VfL Wolfsburg after a second-half resurgence gave the hosts a 2-1 win and a much-needed three points, following a first period in which the men from Lower Saxony had completely dominated.
bundesliga.com rounds up the post-match reaction from Signal Iduna Park...
I couldn't play against Real Madrid so I was really was up for this game and I had the whole week to prepare for it. The fans are great here. We just want to win every match and we're delighted with the three points. It won’t be easy against Real [on Tuesday] but we have another 90 minutes to play.
Sometimes the keeper and defender get in each other's way. It was a really important game to win. We didn’t start well but we came back into it. The game in Madrid took a lot out of us and we didn't play well in the first half. But it was really great to win. If we play against Real Madrid the way we did in the first half today, it [reaching the Champions League last four] will be tough. But anything's possible.
We had a lot of chances today, even at 2-1 down. It's a shame for the team. We play them again soon in the DFB Cup but this result won't have any bearing on that game.
We just didn’t make the most of our chances today and we shouldn’t have conceded goals in the way we did. Our performance in the first half especially deserved more than for us to end up empty-handed. We take each match as it comes and just wanted to keep on picking up as many points as possible from now until the end of the season.
Watch Robert Lewandowski's cheeky equaliser against Wolfsburg, courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: