2-0 loss vs. Bayer Leverkusen | Grade F | Kevin De Bruyne looked disinterested and hardly touched the ball.
In 90 minutes, he only completed 29 passes at 69 percent, which is dismal to say the least.
5-0 loss vs. Chelsea | Grade D | De Bruyne was out of his depth.
He sent in a few Hail Mary passes that looked threatening but Jelle Vossen was never going to receive the ball.
De Bruyne made José Bosingwa look good because the Belgian could not get past the often-missing in-action right-back.
1-1 draw vs. Chelsea | Grade B | Easily De Bruyne's best UEFA Champions League game.
In the fifth minute, De Bruyne found Vossen with a smart cross.
The Belgian showed a flashes of first rate control and skill throughout the first half.
In the 59th minute, José Bosingwa passed the ball straight to De Bruyne, who raced down the left flank only to mishit his cross.
A minute later, Fabien Camus ran straight behind a clueless Bosingwa, to which De Bruyne made a good pass to Camus, who sent in a low cross which led to Vossen scoring.
That being said, De Bruyne needed to impose himself on Bosingwa, which the Belgian didn't do enough of.
7-0 loss vs. Valencia | Grade F | Miguel had a field day with De Bruyne.
Not only did De Bruyne not track back but he was impotent against Miguel.
The right-back laid in five tackles and intercepted the ball an additional five times whilst also providing an assist.
Meanwhile, De Bruyne didn't even complete one successful dribble.
To be fair, aside from László Köteles and Anthony Vanden Borre, all the Genk players received Fs.