Donyell Malen (4/10)
Malen was asked to play up front with Adeyemi, but found himself having to drop deep to collect possession far too often in the first half. He did his defensive duties really well, but was blunted and often left isolated in the final third.
Karim Adeyemi (3/10)
Adeyemi did not offer anything to the Borussia Dortmund attack and was also left isolated at times by those behind him on the pitch. He wasn’t able to exploit his pace. And whenever he got into space, he ended up making the wrong decision.
Felix Nmecha (2/10)
It was a game to forget for Nmecha, who came on in the first half to replace Marcel Sabitzer. He failed to make the most of his opportunity and was often caught chasing bodies on the pitch. The midfielder put in a lethargic shift and often looked to get himself out of tight spaces by trying out a back-heel which didn’t come off. He was also caught napping in the build-up to PSG’s second goal.
Niclas Füllkrug, Marco Reus, Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, Ramy Bensebaini (N/R)
The attacking trio added more spark to the Borussia Dortmund offence, but it was too little too late in the end.