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Dortmund vs PSG (1-0): Player Ratings

Final Score: Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Paris Saint-Germain

Borussia Dortmund secured a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in a tense encounter that saw both teams battling it out on the pitch. Here’s a closer look at how the players performed:

Kobel (6.5) – Often underrated, Kobel proved his worth with a solid performance in goal. Quick off his line and reliable in his saves, he kept PSG at bay and was unlucky not to keep a clean sheet.

Ryerson (6.5) – Showing great determination, Ryerson made several impressive runs down the flank, providing valuable support in attack while remaining defensively solid. His contributions helped keep PSG’s attacks at bay.

Hummels (7) – A veteran presence in Dortmund’s defence, Hummels showcased his experience with a commanding performance. Despite his age, his ability to read the game and make crucial tackles remains undiminished.

Schlotterbeck (7) – Tasked with keeping Kylian Mbappé in check, Schlotterbeck rose to the occasion with a composed display. His precise passing from the back also played a crucial role in Dortmund’s build-up play.

Maatsen (6.5) – Making his presence felt in midfield, Maatsen displayed excellent energy and tenacity. Having grown significantly during his loan spell from Chelsea, he’s become an integral part of Dortmund’s midfield setup.

Emre Can (6.5) – Acting as a shield in front of the defence, Can’s role as a holding midfielder was crucial in nullifying PSG’s attacking threats. His combative nature and ability to break up play were evident throughout the game.

Sabitzer (6.5) – Always a danger going forward, Sabitzer tested the PSG goalkeeper on several occasions. Despite not finding the back of the net, his presence in the final third kept the opposition defence on their toes.

Sancho (6.5) – Back to his best after a few disappointing seasons, Sancho showcased his talent with a lively performance. His trickery and pace were a constant threat to the PSG defence, especially in the second half.

Brandt (6.5) – A versatile player, Brandt’s ability to operate across the midfield caused problems for the PSG defence. Whether using his left or right foot, he remained a creative outlet for Dortmund throughout the game.

Adeyemi (7) – The standout performer of the match, Adeyemi’s blistering pace and tireless work ethic troubled the PSG defence from start to finish. His relentless pressing and incisive runs earned him a well-deserved ovation from the fans.

Füllkrug (7) – Leading the line with authority, Füllkrug’s physical presence caused problems for the PSG defence all night. His intelligent movement and hold-up play created space for his teammates and ultimately led to Dortmund’s winning goal.

Edin Terzic (7) – The mastermind behind Dortmund’s victory, Terzic’s tactical acumen and ability to motivate his players were evident throughout the game. His decision not to make any substitutions paid off, as Dortmund held on for a vital win.


Donnarumma (6.5) – Despite a couple of shaky moments, Donnarumma’s presence in goal prevented Dortmund from finding the back of the net more than once.

Hakimi (6) – Facing his former club, Hakimi struggled to contain Dortmund’s attacking threats but provided some attacking impetus down the flank.

Marquinhos (6) – While culpable for Dortmund’s goal, Marquinhos made a crucial clearance that could prove vital in the overall tie.

Hernandez (5.5) – Intercepted several dangerous balls but was caught out by a well-timed pass that led to Dortmund’s goal. Beraldo replaced him later in the game.

Nuno Mendes (5) – Endured a difficult time against a resurgent Sancho and struggled to cope with his pace and skill.

Zaïre-Emery (6.5) – Impressed with his composure on the ball and contributed significantly to PSG’s midfield play.

Vitinha (6.5) – Handled the midfield responsibilities well, maintaining a high level of performance throughout the game.

Fabian Ruiz (5) – Failed to make an impact and was overrun by Dortmund’s intensity in midfield.

Dembélé (5) – Despite efforts to make an impact, Dembélé failed to influence the game significantly.

Mbappé (5.5) – Despite his prolific season, Mbappé couldn’t find the breakthrough, hitting the post early on and failing to convert other chances.

Barcola (5.5) – Struggled to make an impact on the game and was largely contained by Dortmund’s defence. Muani came on as a substitute but made little impact.

Luis Enrique (5) – With high expectations, Luis Enrique’s management came under scrutiny, particularly regarding Mbappé’s positioning. The tie remains finely balanced for the return leg.

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