How the Borussia Dortmund players have fared at Euro 2024 so far

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Donyell Malen - Netherlands

Malen made his first start of the European Championship on matchday three against Austrai after coming off the bench in the Netherlands' opener and being an unused substitute against France. In the third group stage game, he scored an unfortunate own goal that gave Austria the lead after just six minutes. He didn’t manage to have much of an impact for the Dutch and was subbed off in the second-half.

Salih Özcan - Türkiye

Özcan came off at half-time in his side’s 2-1 win against Czech Republic after being restricted to only a minute on the pitch in the first two games. The defensive midfielder didn’t create much in terms of chances and attempts on goal, but did concede the foul that resulted in Antonín Barák picking up a second yellow card and getting sent off. He had an 89% pass success rate and won 67% of his aerial duels while only managing to win half of his ground duels, according to FotMob.

Gregor Kobel (Switzerland) and Ian Maatsen (Netherlands)

The duo spent every minute of the group stage on the bench, and will hope to get some playing time in the knockout rounds.