Wasserburg head coach Bastian Wernthaler:
"I'm very proud of how my team played tonight. We made a really good fight, considering the long travel and time changes. We played very good defense for fourty minutes. We wanted to learn from this EuroCup Women campaign, and I think my team has improved, and we will take this expirience to the German league, which is of course weaker than EuroCup Women and much weaker than the Russian league."
Wasserburg player Svenja Brunckhorst:
"We did a really good job, our intensity was really high. It was hard to play here, the time difference was huge. It was the last game in this EuroCup Women season for us and I think it was good."
Dynamo-GUVD head coach Nikolaj Tanasiejczuk:
"Hard game for us, we've expected it to be a little bit easier. We thought that we are fully recovered from our previous trips, but we are not. We were not fresh enough. But we are happy to win this game, even with a one-point advantage, and happy that in the end of the game we played as we should."
Dynamo-GUVD player Natalia Myasoedova:
"Really difficult game, I'm happy that in the end we didn't give up, and won. Psychologically it was a very important game for us."