The Borussia Mönchengladbach players were awash with delight after chalking up an emphatic 4-1 victory at Hertha Berlin's Olympiastadion on Saturday. rounds up the reaction to the Foals' sixth Bundesliga win on the bounce under caretaker head coach Andre Schubert...

Hertha 1-4 Gladbach

Goals: 0-1 Wendt (27’), 0-2 Raffael (29’),0-3 Xhaka (pen. 54’), 1-3 Baumjohann (pen. 82'), 1-4 Nordtveit (90')

Raffael (Gladbach forward): "It's going really well at the moment, and it went well today, too. We started the season with five Bundesliga defeats, now we've won six in a row. I don't know why the season has gone that way, it's hard to say. Football's like that sometimes."

Oscar Wendt (Gladbach defender): "Scoring two quick-fire goals set us on our way today. It was a well-deserved win in my view. We worked hard, pressed well, were physical and full of energy. The atmosphere in the camp is spot-on. We're all having fun playing in this team."

Andre Schubert (Gladbach coach): "The team are doing a fantastic job of putting into practice on the pitch what we're doing in training. They're all very good footballers. The build-up is good, the movement and runs are good, we're disciplined off the ball and our confidence is really high. They're the simple things that come together and pave the way for a win like this."

Three points!!!

Yann Sommer (Gladbach goalkeeper): "My little brother Mo Dahoud gave it everything today! Three points in Berlin!"

Alexander Baumjohann (Hertha midfielder): "We matched a top side like Borussia until the opening goal went in. In the first ten games, though, we've picked up a lot of points and always created chances. We have to keep doing that."

Pal Dardai (Hertha coach): "That wasn't our gameplan. We wanted to shift the ball around without taking many touches, but maybe we gave them too much respect. The game passed us by and we didn't do a good job of defending. We deserved to lose, but a slap in the face perhaps isn't too bad a thing for Berlin. We're diligent, we work hard, but maybe we were tired."