Julian Ryerson (6/10)
Ryerson tried to venture forward more often, and almost played like an extra winger at times. He did a decent job and offered an extra body in attack, without ever looking like causing any real threat to the Wolfsburg defence.
Mats Hummels (7/10)
Hummels spearheaded the defence really well once again and hardly put a foot wrong. He also delivered some shrewd forward passes, including one to Füllkrug in the first-half.
Nico Schlotterbeck (6/10)
Schlotterbeck was able to take more risks with Borussia Dortmund dominating possession. In defence, he was solid and made a few key tackles for his side.
Ramy Bensebaini (6/10)
Bensebaini had a tough time in the first-half but recovered well after the break and made some vital defensive recoveries for his side.