Dortmund - A clean sheet and a comfortable margin of victory: Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak could hardly have asked for anything more on his UEFA Champions League debut against Olympique de Marseille.

After the game, the Australian shot stopper shared his thoughts on a memorable night at the Signal Iduna Park as well as his relationship with BVB No.1 Roman Weidenfeller. Walking out on the pitch and hearing the Champions League anthem is something very special. For you, it was the first time. Describe this moment.

Mitch Langerak: It's something I'll remember for a very long time. To come out on the pitch and hear the anthem, it was honestly unbelievable. To come off the pitch and we'd won, we got the three points, was even better. Just to be out there making my first start in front of the best fans in the world was unbelievable. Were you a little bit more nervous today compared to a normal Bundesliga match?

Langerak: Yeah, I think so because in the Bundesliga I've played a couple of games and it's a little bit more comfortable. Tonight was more of a special occasion. To make my home debut in the Champions League is something I've thought about for a long time. In the lead-up to the game, I was definitely thinking about it, so I'm ecstatic we got the win and to play here was fantastic. You managed to keep a clean sheet. You must have been very satisfied with your performance today?

Langerak: Yeah, I didn't have much to do, but it was good to play. It was good to handle a few balls and get myself involved. Like every week, the boys that are playing in front of me always keep it so tight and keep it so clean; my job at the back is so much easier when the boys are on fire. Did you talk to Roman before the game - what did he say to you?

Langerak: He had a little chat with me this morning, wished me the best and just said to relax out there. It was only short, but it was good to have his support. We saw each other in the changing rooms as well before. Me and Roman have a good relationship. We're good friends, we're good mates, so it's good to have each other's support.

Interview by Dietmar Nolte