Borussia Dortmund ensured they remained second in Group F of the Champions League on Tuesday after coming back from two goals behind at half-time to win 3-2 against Inter at the Westfalenstadion.
Hakimi, who has been their best player in Europe so far, was once again the hero tonight as he scored two to complete the comeback.
Even though deployed at full-back, he could regularly be found as Dortmund's most advanced player, and it was from two positions close to the goal in which he scored, firstly with a squeezed finish into the bottom corner, and then with a more emphatic strike under the keeper after a lovely move involving Jadon Sancho.
He made 27 passes into the final third and had nine touches inside the Inter box, which is remarkable for a so-called defender.
Overall, he had 104 touches in the game and completed 68 out of 80 attempted passes.