Julian Ryerson (5/10)
Ryerson had a difficult first-half, as he struggled defensively with Milan launching a number of attacks down his flank. He improved slightly in the second-half, but still never managed to look fully secure.
Mats Hummels (9/10)
Hummels once again stepped up on the big occasion for Borussia Dortmund. The veteran centre-back’s performance against AC Milan was nothing short of world-class. He completely stifled the Italian side’s attacks, and also played some excellent forward passes in the build-up. The 34 year old won a whopping ten tackles and also made nine clearances for his side.
Nico Schlotterbeck (7/10)
Schlotterbeck was outshone by Hummels but did a solid job in defence nonetheless. He was unlucky to give away the penalty early on, but didn’t let that affect him as he kept things tight defensively while also looking to find the forward passes.
Ramy Bensebaini (6/10)
Bensebaini will feel that he should have done better with Milan’s equaliser in the first-half. But he definitely improved significantly as the game went on, and made a number of vital recoveries for his side after the break.