Emre Can (5/10)
Emre Can struggled in the first-half and allowed Union Berlin to take control of the game. He put in a much improved display after the break, and helped stop a number of dangerous Union Berlin counter-attacks.
Felix Nmecha (6/10)
Nmecha was a passenger at times in the first-half, and his lack of tracking back frustrated fans at times. But he stepped on the gas after the break and he was more heavily involved in both defence and attack.
Marco Reus (8/10)
Reus continued his excellent run of form by setting up two of Borussia Dortmund’s four goals. The former club captain delivered some excellent set-pieces, and also did really well to set up Julian Brandt on the counter-attack for the go-ahead goal. Even at the age of 34, Reus continues to be a difference maker for his side in the Bundesliga.