2016-17 UEFA Champions League QF's First Leg - Borussia Dortmund Vs Monaco Tuesday April 11,2017
Borussia Dortmund have a host of injury concerns ahead of the Champions League QF first leg against French leaders Monaco at Signal Iduna Park.
Playmaker Marco Reus (hamstring) has returned to training, while Shinji Kagawa, Andre Schurrle, Julian Weigl and Lukasz Piszczek are doubts.
Monaco, who beat Manchester City in the last 16, are without suspended midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Right-back Djibril Sidibe is set to miss out with appendicitis.
The principality side, who are three points clear at the top of Ligue 1 and have averaged nearly three goals a game, became the first team to progress in a Champions League knockout tie after conceding six goals following the thrilling 6-6 away-goal win against City.
Ousmane Dembele slotted in from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's flick to pull one back for Dortmund, but Mbappe curled home to restore the two-goal cushion before Shinji Kagawa added a late second for the hosts.
Kagawa showed great skill to dribble past Jemerson and slot in, and there was almost even more late drama when Aubameyang headed over from yards out.
Mbappe is the youngest player to score a brace in a Champions League knockout game (18 years 113 days).
Mbappe has now scored in three successive Champions League games for Monaco (four goals).
He is the fifth player to score in his first three Champions League knockout stage appearances after Christian Karembeu, Steffen Effenburg, Luis Garcia and Leroy Sane.
Fabinho had scored all nine of his penalties for Monaco this season in all competitions prior to his miss in this game.