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Player Ratings: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Dortmund

So, technically he wasn't offside; But hindsight is 20-20.

Tactics at work
Tactics at work
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STARTING XI:

Roman Burki - 8: Relatively untested in the second half, but stood tall when he needed to do so.

Mats Hummels - 8: I like the way he plays. Let's see what his future holds before we keep hating on him. Should have had the equalizer.

Sven Bender - 7: Which Bender is this? He played quite well, being the warrior that he is.

Marcel Schmelzer - 7: Defensively solid. Good passes going forward and keeping the attack alive.

Nuri Sahin - 6: Decent, Decent...

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 6: Had a few chances to equalize. Auba had an amazing season full of goals, so we'll excuse his scoring absence during todays game.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan - 6: Seemed to get frustrated and fired a powerful shot at Lukas Hradecky, which the Frankfurt keeper held without a problem.

Erik Durm - 6: Unlike many of my colleagues, I thoroughly enjoy watching Durm play. He had a decent day, with decent passes and decent tackles.

Shinji Kagawa - 7: Shinji is always a pleasure to watch. Keep attack brisk and interesting.

Marco Reus - 7: Had a few good chances at goal and assists. Just didn't seem to be his day.

Adrian Ramos - 6: At least he wasn't on the wing again?

SUBS:

Sokratis Papastathopoulos - 8: I have a jersey with his name on it, FYI. I might be bias, but I really enjoy watching him. He's brilliant when it comes to late tackles and playing the ball forward, which showed during the last game.

Gonzalo Castro - 7: I enjoyed watching Castro play Saturday. Showed prowess on both sides of the pitch, playing key passes through Frankfurt's defense.

Christian Pulisic - 7: He's still young and inexperienced, which showed when he was given the opportunity to equalize but launched it into orbit instead.

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