Emre Can (7/10)
Can ended up having one of his best games of the season so far. After a rough start that included several ball losses, the BVB captain marshalled the defence really well and also looked more assured on the ball. He was asked to play at centre-back following Schlotterbeck’s injury, but did the job with minimal fuss.
Marcel Sabitzer (7/10)
Sabitzer’s touch to set up Bynoe-Gittens for BVB’s second goal was simply sublime. The Austrian international ventured forward really shrewdly, negating the Milan press really well. He put in a solid and hard-working shift for his side on both ends of the pitch.
Marco Reus (8/10)
Reus was absolutely everywhere on the pitch, much like on Saturday against Gladbach. He opened the scoring from the penalty spot, and also played an important role in BVB’s two goals in the second-half.