bundesliga.com rounds up the post-match reaction to the Baden-Württemberg club's priceless 2-0 win in the capital...
Felix Klaus: "We knew we had to be solid defensively to get anything from this game and it was obvious how much everyone wanted to run and fight for the cause. We knew we had to beat Hertha if we wanted to stay in touch with the teams above us. We’ve done that, but we have to keep going. We’re out of the relegation zone now, but everyone can beat anyone in this league so we have to keep working hard."
Roman Bürki: "We have to fight to get out of the situation we’re in. We kept going today and kept on fighting. The second goal epitomised our performance. We didn’t really speak about the change of coach at Hertha before the game. Perhaps Berlin thought they were going to win easily because we had so many injuries and players out through illness, but the players who came in showed how much they wanted to be in the team and did a good job."
Julian Schieber: "We worked hard this week in training and it’s hard to say why it didn’t go for us today. Obviously we’ve had a few tough games recently, but that’s no excuse - we were at home and we didn’t do enough. If you don’t score, you get no points. After the game the coach sat us down in the dressing room and told us that all isn’t lost. This was a bit of a setback for us but we still have 13 games to go this season."