Donyell Malen (4/10)
Malen got into some really good positions but the things he tried didn’t really come off. It looked like he was trying too hard at times. And had he been a little more incisive, the game could have been wrapped up long before the second-half.
Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (8/10)
Bynoe-Gittens continued his blistering run of form by winning a penalty in the first-half, before restoring Borussia Dortmund’s lead with a beautifully placed shot. His pace and directness caused all sorts of problems to the Milan defenders. And while he was beaten far too easily in the lead-up Milan’s goal, he more than made up for it with another scintillating attacking display.
Niclas Füllkrug (7/10)
Füllkrug put in a battling shift and was unlucky not to end the evening with a goal, as his second-half strike hit the woodwork. He was always looking to drop deep and collect the ball, and also played a vital role in Bynoe-Gittens’ goal.
Karim Adeyemi (7/10)
Adeyemi came off the bench and finally ended his goal drought. It was a well-taken goal from the young forward, even if the goalkeeper probably could have made a better attempt at saving the shot. The goal will come as a huge boost for Adeyemi, who has been subject to a lot of criticism in recent weeks.