Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has refused to declare the Bundesliga title race over even though closest challengers Bayern Munich has all but given it up.
Dortmund beat Bayern 1-0 last night with a 77th-minute goal from
But with a trip to local rivals Schalke to come on Saturday, Klopp is not getting carried away.
"Unfortunately, a lot can still happen," he said. "We now have three days to celebrate this extraordinary feat and to enjoy it.
"Then we have the next obstacle in front of us. Our friends in Gelsenkirchen will do all they can to make things hard for us.
"When things are decided, then you will see us celebrating, but until then, we will just be working hard."
Bayern will reflect on a poor individual display from
He was then presented with an open goal at the death but shot over the bar.
"It is very disappointing," Robben said. "I don't know what I should say.
"I have scored 10 or 11 penalties in a row over the last three years and today's was the first I have missed.
"For that to happen in such a moment is bitter – yes, it is embarrassing.
"Dortmund has taken a huge step and we can almost say that they are champions."
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge felt Robben was the wrong man to take the spot-kick.
"For me, from a coach's perspective, he shouldn't have taken it," Beckenbauer told Sky Television.
"I believe in the rule that the player who is fouled should not take the penalty. Maybe that's not the rule anymore or it's not yet reached
"We have strong enough penalty takers like [
He added: "Dortmund will, like last year, be deserving champions."