Borussia Dortmund player ratings from 2-1 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach

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Marius Wolf (5/10)

Wolf struggled defensively at times, and Gladbach were able to take advantage with some dangerous attacks from his flank. He did make some decent forward runs, and also forced a good save late on.

Niklas Süle (6/10)

Süle looked sluggish in the early stages, perhaps a little rusty due to his lack of playing time in recent weeks. He got better as the game went on, and ended up putting in a solid shift for his side.

Nico Schlotterbeck (9/10)

Schlotterbeck's creativity was on full display against Gladbach, as he set up Sabitzer for the opening goal with an excellent long ball, before being brought down for the penalty. He also came up with a number of vital defensive contributions for his side (especially in the second-half), and did not offer Gladbach an inch in and around the BVB box.

Ian Maatsen (5/10)

Maatsen did not look the most comfortable defensively and also picked up a yellow card for a dangerous tackle. He was replaced at half-time, and hopefully the rest will help him recharge ahead of Tuesday's crunch clash against Atletico Madrid.