Delaney: 'I can't say how important such a victory is'
Thomas Delaney found it hard to describe just how important Borussia Dortmund's 3-2 win over Hertha BSC is.
Borussia Dortmund fell behind on two occasions against Hertha BSC on Saturday, but ended up taking all three points in Berlin after Marco Reus made it 3-2 deep into injury time.
|Thomas Delaney.||Photo: Borussia Dortmund|
After the game, BVB's Thomas Delaney stressed just how vital the win is for Dortmund's championship duel with Bayern München.
"For us as a team, I can't say how important such a victory is. A victory like this in the 93. minute gives the team a huge push forward," Delaney, who scored Dortmund's first goal, told Sky after the game.
"We had to give everything. My legs are kaput, my voice is kaput. We worked really hard as a team."
"We knew we had to win, because Bayern are coming. I personally think they'll take all possible points - minus three against us. So we also have to win everything," the Danish international said.
Delaney and Dortmund are three points clear of Bayern before the Bavarians' game against Mainz tonight.