Three points separate the two heading into the game with Bayern top of the Bundesliga while Dortmund sit second - although that could all change come the final whistle.
"I also have to compliment our medical department".
Star striker Robert Lewandowski also had his say on proceedings, the Polish star seeing that Bayern and Dortmund's strengths are going forward. "It was a crucial victory that shows we're in good form".
Lewandowski was deemed not to have got a touch to a cross from David Alaba - who was forced off with a hamstring injury in the second half - that ended up in the back of the net as the Bavarians put the result beyond doubt in the 67th minute.
Dortmund were made to pay for their missed chances when Lewandowski flicked Joshua Kimmich's cross home, a deflection off Julian Weigl looping the ball over Burki. "Whether it's my goal or not, that does not matter".
Third-placed Dortmund, who brought on Jadon Sancho as a substitute, scored a late consolation through Marc Bartra but fell six points behind Bayern.
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The match lived up to its top Bundesliga billing with an entertaining first half and with Bayern gradually taking control.
Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the top scorer last season in Germany just ahead of Lewandowski, has now failed to score in each of his last five games, although he still has 10 for the season.
"Dortmund will be much more concentrated and attentive, their own fans forgive their own players against Bayern".
The first half was a fast, open affair with plenty of chances.
Bosz, who replaced the sacked Thomas Tuchel for this season, is starting to look - and sound like a man on borrowed time.
"I think Sanchez has already decided which club (to join), so I suppose that the door will be closed in January", Rummenigge said.