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Bayern Munich – Borussia Dortmund (0-2): Player Ratings [Bundesliga – 27th round]

Alexander Meyer (Borussia Dortmund), Nico Schlotterbeck (Borussia Dortmund), Emre Can (Borussia Dortmund), Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund) und Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Borussia Dortmund) bejubeln den Sieg waehrend des Spiels der 1. Bundesliga zwischen FC Bayern Muenchen vs Borussia Dortmund im Allianz-Arena am 30. March 2024 in Muenchen, Deutschland. (Foto von Silas Schueller/DeFodi Images) Alexander Meyer (Borussia Dortmund), Nico Schlotterbeck (Borussia Dortmund), Emre Can (Borussia Dortmund), Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund) und Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Borussia Dortmund) celebrate the win during the 1. Bundesliga match between FC Bayern Muenchen vs Borussia Dortmund at Allianz Arena on March 30, 2024 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Silas Schueller/DeFodi Images) - Photo by Icon Sport

Man of the Match: Hummels (8) – Outstanding. The experienced BVB defender dominated his opponents from start to finish with top-class interventions. Always in the right place, he was precise in his passes to the attackers. In the first half, he saved a goal with a last-minute clearance off the line after Müller’s header found Dier. After the break, he made a superb tackle in the six-yard box to deny Kane a clear chance. He also showed his attacking skills with a well-struck shot from 25 yards, well saved by Ulreich.

Bayern Munich: 4-2-3-1

Ulreich (4) – Beaten early by Adeyemi’s shot, Ulreich was not tested much afterward. He could do nothing to prevent Ryerson’s goal late in the game.

Kimmich (7) – Despite the defeat, Kimmich had a great game. He was everywhere on the right side, creating numerous chances with good crosses to Kane. In the second half, he dropped back to midfield and continued to drive his team forward.

Dier (5.5) – The central defender struggled with pace in the first half. Just before halftime, his header was cleared off the line by Hummels.

De Ligt (4.5) – He had a tough start, caught out of position by Adeyemi for the opening goal. In the second half, he tightened up the defense to prevent further threats.

Davies (3) – The Canadian full-back had a forgettable game, struggling defensively and offering little going forward. He was replaced by Choupo-Moting.

Goretzka (6) – Controlled the midfield well, distributing the ball effectively without creating clear-cut chances.

Laimer (4.5) – Was passive at times and failed to dominate his opponents. He was replaced by Mazraoui.

Sané (5) – Showed promise with his runs but left space for Kimmich to exploit, limiting his own impact. He was replaced by Coman.

Müller (5) – In his 700th match for Bayern, Müller was at fault for the opening goal with a misplaced pass. He was influential in attack, delivering good crosses and headers. His effort to set up Dier’s chance was denied by Hummels. He was replaced by Tel.

Musiala (4) – Disappointing performance from the young German, who failed to make an impact as his teammates focused more on the right flank.

Borussia Dortmund : 4-3-3

Meyer (6.5) showed his worth as a reliable backup goalkeeper. Despite facing numerous attacks from the opponents, he truly came into his own in the final twenty minutes of the game. His impressive save against Coman’s attempt and confident handling of crosses from the Bavarian players were highlights of his performance.

Ryerson (7) displayed great energy on the field, culminating in a beautiful goal late in the game. Although he struggled initially, as seen in his mistimed challenge on Musiala, he gradually found his rhythm as the game progressed. Taking advantage of spaces in the opponent’s defense, he made regular forays forward. His well-placed shot, assisted by Haller, found the back of the net past Ulreich.

Hummels: Consistent performance throughout the game.

Schlotterbeck (7.5) also had a standout match, particularly dominating the first half. His interception of Müller’s pass led to Adeyemi’s opening goal. Additionally, his superb tackle on Musiala thwarted a counter-attack, showcasing his defensive prowess.

Maatsen (6.5) raised his game as the match progressed. Initially solid in defense, he gradually became more involved in attacking plays. A memorable sixty-meter run culminated in a shot that narrowly missed the target.

Brandt (7) orchestrated his team’s offensive moves for over an hour. His pinpoint pass to Adeyemi set up the opening goal. He was later substituted for Reus.

Can (6.5) played a vital role in midfield, contributing both defensively and technically.

Nmecha (6) showed promise in midfield, displaying technical precision. Despite missing a close-range opportunity in the second half, his efforts were commendable. He was replaced by Ozcan.

Sancho (6.5) continued his resurgence, delivering an impressive performance with his dazzling dribbling skills. His ability to outmaneuver opponents in tight spaces created scoring opportunities. He was substituted for Bynoe-Gittens.

Füllkrug (5.5) made valuable contributions despite limited chances. His hold-up play was crucial for the team. He was later replaced by Haller.

Adeyemi (7) once again showcased his speed and skill, leaving defenders in his wake. His well-taken goal, assisted by Brandt, demonstrated his attacking prowess. Throughout the game, he posed a constant threat with his pace and dribbling ability, even when marked by multiple defenders. He was substituted for Wolf.

In conclusion, Borussia Dortmund’s players displayed a commendable performance in their 4-3-3 formation, each contributing to the team’s success in their own way.

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