Berlin - Matchday 34's clash between Hertha Berlin and Borussia Dortmund was an emotional affair for two players in particular. Robert Lewandowski made his last Bundesliga appearance in Dortmund colours while Adrian Ramos, who will join BVB in the summer, bade a fond farewell to the Hertha faithful at the Olympiastadion.
bundesliga.com rounds up what some of the players had to say after the final whistle...
Robert Lewandowski: I'm top of the goalscorer charts this season and I'm very, very proud of that. I have to thank all my team-mates because I wouldn't have done it without them. I wasn't aware of what was going on in the other games and only found out at the final whistle that I'd won the Torjägerkanone. It makes me unbelievably happy - it was always my aim to finish the season as top scorer.
Marcel Schmelzer: It was very important for us to approach this game in a focused manner. It took a while for us to find our feet in the opening stages, but we did better after that. We made the right decisions, which allowed us to create chances and score goals.
Manuel Friedrich: These last six months at Dortmund have been incredible! It's been an amazing time for me and I'm very grateful to everyone at the club for the trust they've shown in me. I think [my move] worked out well for both parties, but this was my last match in the Bundesliga.
Adrian Ramos: I'm going to miss everyone here as I've had a great time at Hertha. I enjoyed my last game, but it was sad too because I had to say goodbye. I've been here for four years and the Hertha fans will always have a place in my heart.
Lewan Kobiashvili (on his last Bundesliga appearance): The emotions are starting to kick in now. It was wonderful that my team-mates came over to me and the fans chanted my name when I was substituted, I'm very thankful for that. I've always said how happy I was to have played for Hertha and I'm very grateful to all the fans for supporting me.