“We were one round away before this game, we were 90 minutes from bringing the trophy back to Dortmund,” coach Edin Terzić said. “In the end we were one goal away. And that's very close. Tomorrow we'll be 34 rounds away again, and then we'll work on it, we'll stand up. From July we'll invest everything again to do it better national team fixtures than we did this year. ... Now it's about simply using the next 34 rounds to finally manage it.” "Bayern's defensive rock off injured," tweeted CNN and BBC Sport contributor Mark Lovell. "Potentially very bad news with Juventus in mind." Also that day, Bayer Leverkusen travelled to the country's capital to play newcomers Hertha Berlin in the Olympic Stadium. After a strike from former Leverkusen youth teamer Pierre-Michel Lasogga and an own goal from German-born Turk Omer Toprak, the Bayer-owned club fought back with a hat trick from Swiss forward Eren Derdiyok. A final goal in the last 10 minutes, once again by Lasogga, saw the game end in a 3-3 draw.