FC Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski praised both his side's battling qualities and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer following the 3-1 triumph over FC Ingolstadt 04 on Saturday afternoon.
bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the post-match reaction from the Allianz Arena.
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern striker): "Ingolstadt played very well, they did really well defensively. They also had chance to score. We had some luck today and Manu [Neuer] made some good saves. Sometimes you really have to fight for the win in football, and that's exactly what we had to do in this game. We reacted well to going behind and got a goal in the first half. After that we were maybe a bit too casual at the back and Ingolstadt had two or three chances to score, but the most important thing is that we got three more points."
Arturo Vidal (Bayern midfielder): "Excellent win! Let's keep going for more, team! Let's keep winning."
Manuel Neuer (Bayern goalkeeper): "It's always difficult against Ingolstadt. They adapt well to our game and put us under pressure. We had some difficulties with that early on, especially as a couple of players had come into the side, and that was noticeable as certain movements weren't second nature today. Conceding a first goal of the season is just something that happens – we weren't careful enough down the right."
Joshua Kimmich (Bayern defender): "I can't play as a goalkeeper – I'm not tall enough – or as a classic centre forward but I'm confident of playing pretty much anywhere else, especially at centre-back, full-back or central midfield."
Lukas Hinterseer (Ingolstadt forward): "We set out to press high today, like we did last season, as we have nothing to lose here. And that's how we played. We made life difficult for them, especially in the second half, and we had a period where we put them under a lot of pressure. We should have equalised, but they went up the other and and made it 3-1. Bayern aren't the best team in the world for nothing."
Dario Lezcano (Ingolstadt forward): "Manuel Neuer is the best goalkeeper in the world, and a World Cup winner, so to score past him is incredible and makes me very happy. It's not easy to score past a goalkeeper like that. I received the ball from [Mathew] Leckie and the first thing that came into my head was to put it under his legs, and thankfully it worked."