Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid Player Ratings

Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid Player Ratings: Vinicius Jr and Dani Carvajal Shine at Wembley

Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid Summary

Real Madrid secured the 15th Champions League title to establish themselves as the most successful side in the history of the competition. Los Blancos beat Borussia Dortmund with two goals to nil at Wembley, London. Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Junior scored in the late second half to secure the ninth consecutive victory the Champions League final. Here’s the Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid Player Ratings:

Borussia Dortmund Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Gregor Kobel (6.5/10)
With the help of a solid performance by Dortmund’s defence, Kobel wasn’t that busy saving chances from Madrid.

Julian Ryerson (6.4/10)
Made a couple of crucial blocks and clearance to keep his team’s net clean, in particular for the first half. He gave a tough challenge for Vinicius Junior.

Mats Hummels (7.1/10)
The senior led his teammates to play all out, creating several chances which almost make Dortmund lead.

Nico Schlotterbeck (6.8/10)
Giving a solid defending performance especially in the first half to prevent Madrid from scoring.

Ian Maatsen (7.5/10)
Shocked Real Madrid with his shot in the first half, giving a threatening performance overall for the opponents.


Emre Can (6.4/10)
A little trouble with his shoulder in the first half was not an issue to carry on playing for his team, intercepting Madrid’s attempts to attack

Julian Brandt (7/10)
His passes were dangerous, finding his teammates several times to create chances in the first half.

Marcel Sabitzer (6.9/10)
Made one threatening shot on the edge of the first half but still denied by Courtois.


Jadon Sancho (6.6/10)
Became the centre of Dortmund’s attacking plan, his pace gave Madrid’s defence a tough challenge in the area.

Karim Adeyemi (7/10)
Missed one big chance in the first half when going face-to-face with Courtois but the latter denied the chance.

Niclas Füllkrug (6.2/10)
Made a significant contribution for Dortmund’s attempts of scoring, especially in the first half. Could have done take Dortmund to lead the game if it was not Courtois.


Marco Reus (6.4/10)
Coming on in the second half by replace Karim Adeyemi, still could not lift the trophy with Dortmund in his playing career.

Sebastian Haller(6.5/10)
Coming in in the second half with an expectation of making a difference which was not happening.

Donyel Mallen (6.5/10)
Contributed to help Fullkrug found the back of the net but rejected due to offside.

Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (6.5/10)
Not much he can do to bring Dortmund levelled the game.

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Real Madrid Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Thibaut Courtois (6.9/10)
Made several crucial saves for Madrid to keep the game remained goalless in the first half.

Ferland Mendy (7/10)
The French international had a tough game with Jadon Sancho and Karim Adeyemi combining to find the back of the net first.

Nacho (6.7/10)
Being a helpful partners for Rudiger and Mendi in terms of preventing Madrid from conceding the goal.

Antonio Rudiger (6.9/10)
Los Blancos’ commander in the defensive line, leading his teammate to block and intercept in any possible way to prevent Dortmund from scoring.

Dani Carvajal (7.5/10)
Made a significant contribution in attacking plan for Madrid, the outcome was 15 minutes before the normal time ends, he took Madrid to lead.


Eduardo Camavinga (7.1/10)
His presence in the midfield area has made Dortmund’s job in attacking was not easy. He stopped every players he could even if it was meant a yellow for him.

Toni Kroos (7.3/10)
The German made an outstanding partnership with Camavinga and Vinicius to keep the ball in their possession.

Federico Valverde (7/10)
Actively helping Madrid to attack, tearing the Dortmund’s defensive apart to find the first goal especially in the first half.


Jude Bellingham (7/10)
One of the most marked players on the pitch. But Bellingham still managed to give several threats fort Dortmund’s defensive force.

Vinicius Junior (6.9/10)
Madrid’s most dangerous forward with his attacking attempts, sealed the deal for Madrid seven minutes before the normal time ends.

Rodrygo (6.3/10)
His partnership with Vinicius was telepathic but still not easy to find the back of the net in the first half.


Joselu (6.5/10)
Carlo Ancelotti put his on in the second half to keep the attacking gameplan by replacing Jude Bellingham

Luka Modric (6.5/10)
Clearly made an impact with his presence in the midfield to maintain the pace and the lead

Eder Militao (N/A)
Coming on to strengthen the defensive area after leading two goals.

Lucas Vazquez (N/A)

Also Read: Vinicius Jr. Stats: How Many Champions League Goals and Assists Has He Scored?

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