|Roman Weidenfeller: "My fingertips are still a bit frozen"|
|[2.12.] Roman Weidenfellerīs fingers were still cold after the game, and this despite his string of fine saves near the end that earned Borussia Dortmund a 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich. "Müllerīs cross-cum-shot was the toughest to keep out," said Borussiaīs No 1 who also felt that the point is worth more to|
Roman, whatīs your first reaction to the draw with Bayern?
|Weidenfeller thanks the fans after the game at Bayern.|
"A draw is a fair result. Both sides had chances to win the game, so we are happy with a point."
Are your fingertips still burning following your string of great saves near the end of the game?
(grins) "No, they are actually still a bit frozen."
Which shot was the toughest to keep out?
"Thomas Müllerīs cross-cum-shot. It was a very difficult ball that usually sails into the far net. If I get to it with my right hand, Iīm putting it into my own goal. With my left hand, however, I was able to tip the ball over. Of course, you always need a bit of luck on your side which I had today."
Is it difficult for a goalkeeper to be ready and alert after having little to do for 60 minutes in freezing temperatures?
"Yes, thatīs very difficult. It was minus two or three degrees, with some wind blowing through the stadium. Thatīs not making things any easier. You then need to try to focus on whatīs important, and I think I was able to do that today."
What are your thoughts on the 1-1 draw?
"The point is worth more to us than to Bayern. They again failed to beat us today and it has become an impressive streak."
|The toughest save for BVBs No 1 on Saturday: Weidenfeller tips over Müller's cross-cum-shot. [pictures: firo]|