Saint Petersburg - Any side that nets four goals on the road in the last-16 of the UEFA Champions League would be forgiven for shouting their away-day exploits from the rooftops. For Borussia Dortmund, however, there is still work to be done after Tuesday's emphatic 4-2 first-leg win over FC Zenit St Petersburg. recounts some of the BVB players’ take on events at the Petrovsky Stadium…

Robert Lewandowski: It’s a really important win, especially picking up four goals on the road, but conceding two hurts. We can't take anything for granted; we're not in the quarter-finals just yet. The pitch conditions made it very difficult but we were determined to win this match. It was a great performance, but we've got to show we’re the better side in the second leg as well. We've got to keep performing and make sure we give a good account of ourselves with our fans behind us in Dortmund.

Marco Reus: We knew we hadn’t played well against HSV [at the weekend], but we've got plenty of confidence. We took our first two chances clinically and executed the coach’s game plan to perfection during the opening half-hour, although we should have put the game to bed earlier. We've got another game to go but we've put ourselves in a great position. I don't expect us to concede three at home.

Sebastian Kehl: It was really important to grab two goals so early. They were completely thrown off by that. We stayed compact and made it difficult for them to create chances. We were dominant at the end. We knew they'd give it everything to get back into the game after the break, and there was an element of luck about both of their goals tonight, but we were fantastic in making the most of our chances and we stuck to our game plan perfectly.