The Polish international told about his goal in the derby, the fans’ support and explained why he had asked for being substituted in the last minutes.
— Sebastian, you played the 60th match for Dynamo and scored the 5th goal. What do you feel?
— I'm happy to score. Yes, I played 60 matches for Dynamo and it is great. The final score disappointed us a little today because we couldn't win at our stadium. But we are not upset and keep moving.
— You scored an excellent goal from outside the penalty area. Why did you decide to shoot from distance?
— I saw some free space. Zakha (Arsen Zakharyan – editorial board remark) made a good assist. I noticed that none of the defenders came out to me. And I decided to shoot.
— You succeeded both in attack and in defense. How do you do it?
— I don't know (laughs). I'm very tired today. It was obvious in the last minutes of the match. I asked for a substitution myself, because I couldn't run like that anymore. It's good that I help my team everywhere. But today i feel very tired.
— Did you hear how the fans shouted: «Seba Szymanski!» when you were leaving the pitch? Did you feel personal support?
— Thank you to all our fans for their support. I will continue to show myself on the pitch.
— After the match against Lokomotiv, you are going to the Polish national team. Do you still have any energy?
— I was very tired today, as I said above. I'm flying to Poland on Saturday. I always have energy for my national team.