Borussia Dortmund player ratings from goalless draw against Heidenheim

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Thomas Meunier (3/10)

It was another exhausted performance from Thomas Meunier, who remains a liability for Borussia Dortmund at right-back. Most of Heidenheim's attacks in the first-half came through the Belgian's flank, and he looked overwhelmed while trying to cope with the threat posed by Jan-Niklas Beste.

Niklas Süle (6/10)

Süle did a solid job of keeping things stable in the Borussia Dortmund defence as much as he could. The Germany international also helped out in the build-up play, but wasn't helped by the lack of support from those in midfield.

Nico Schlotterbeck (6/10)

Schlotterbeck had another fairly decent game, and helped prevent things from getting worse for Borussia Dortmund in the first-half. He also looked sharper going forward than most BVB attackers on the pitch on Friday.

Ian Maatsen (6/10)

Maatsen had a much quieter game going forward, but still performed his defensive duties really well. The Dutchman positioned himself really well at all times, and his constant movement ensured that Heidenheim weren't able to find space down his flank time and time again.