Julian Ryerson (6/10)
Buoyed by his two assists for Norway earlier this week, Ryerson delivered a delightful cross that Füllkrug nearly turned home in the second-half. He had a very difficult first-half against the dangerous Manu Koné. But he recovered well and managed to hold his own after the break.
Mats Hummels (5/10)
Hummels looked overwhelmed early on and was outpaced by the Gladbach forwards on a number of occasions in the first-half. He was made to look like a bystander time and time again. His performance improved as the game went on, and he also set up an excellent chance for Marco Reus in the second-half.
Nico Schlotterbeck (6/10)
The lack of communication between the Borussia Dortmund back-line meant that Schlotterbeck played Rocco Reitz onside for Gladbach’s first goal. The Germany international recovered really well after a torrid first-half, and made a vital last-ditch challenge to prevent Tomáš Čvančara from scoring.
Ramy Bensebaini (6/10)
Playing against his former club, Bensebaini had a poor start but recovered really well. He helped keep Franck Honorat quiet and won a number of vital duels. And he also played a long ball into Jamie Bynoe-Gittens’ path for BVB’s second goal.