Marius Wolf (5/10)
Wolf had a tough time in the first-half. But he improved slightly after the break and looked more dangerous both going forward and with his link-up play.
Mats Hummels (5/10)
Hummels did not have the best of games, as he gave away a penalty before being forced off after picking up an injury. The veteran centre-back did bring a halt to a number of Union Berlin attacks. But they were overshadowed by his penalty giveaway.
Nico Schlotterbeck (7/10)
Schlotterbeck responded really well to being dropped from the Germany squad, and put in a strong performance for his side. As always, he was secure with his passing in the build-up play. And he also started Borussia Dortmund’s comeback with an excellent finish from the edge of the box.
Julian Ryerson (7/10)
Ryerson continued his goalscoring streak and put in a decent shift at left-back against his former club. His goal had more than its share of good fortune, but his performance once again showed why he is a fan favourite at Borussia Dortmund. The Norwegian international worked hard, defended well, and fought for every possession.