Had little to do, but made one outstanding save in the first half to deny Murg.
Wasn't often tested, but made a couple of useful defensive headers to cut out long balls late in the second half.
Energetic and tenacious throughout. Got forward at every opportunity, combining well with Adrian and Diego Costa, without shirking his responsibilities.
Was extremely lively in the first half, grabbing a goal for his efforts, and caused Koch no end of problems. Faded slightly in the second 45 minutes.
Was in the right place at the right time to bundle home Atletico's opener, and enjoyed himself against an isolated Kienast.
An all-action performance as we have come to expect from the midfielder, as he was equally present in his own penalty area, as he was in the opposition's.
Kept the ball moving, and was only caught lacking pace on a couple of occasions. A steady night for the Portuguese.
Kept play ticking over, feeding those who were capable of making the difference, most notably either Costa or the supporting full-backs.
His headed finish was excellent, leaving Lindner with no chance, and the Spaniard was a real aerial handful throughout the entire match. Netted the all-important second goal and his partnership with Costa worked marvellously.
An imperious performance, the Brazilian was simply unplayable, showcasing pace, power and close dribbling ability. Could easily have scored five, but fortunately the scoreline didn't hinge on his goalscoring total. Missed a penalty.
Had a lively first half an hour, embarking on several great mazy dribbles that committed the Vienna backline and opened up gaps in the defence.
An outstanding second-half performance from the goalkeeper, as he saved Diego Costa's penalty, along with making three excellent stops to thwart the same player and Rodriguez.
A poor evening for the captain as he continually looked off the pace and capped it off by giving away a penalty.
The left back was torn apart in the first half, by a combination of both Juanfran and Diego Costa.
Struggled against the overlapping Filipe Luis in the first half, but as the Brazilian's influence diminished, the full-back didn't experience as many issues.
Won a few aerial duels and looked reasonably solid in comparison to his central defensive partner.
Reasonably anonymous, except for firing a few long balls upfield in the direction of Kienast, the Australian had little effect on proceedings.
Tasked with facing a trio in midfield, the Austrian was never going to fare well.
Threatened in the second half, as his ability to beat a man occasionally came into play. Delivered a dangerous ball across the six yard box late in the game, and looked to be Vienna's most menacing outlet.
Had Vienna's only real opportunity of the game, controlling a lofted ball with a beautiful touch before hammering his resulting effort into the midriff off Courtois.
Worked hard in the centre of midfield, but didn't often get anywhere near the ball. Whenever the visitors gained possession, it was either cleared or lost within moments.
Isolated and given next to no service, the targetman can't be blamed for his poor performance. Vienna's clearances were often aimless.
Tested Lindner with a ferocious long range effort, and was brought down by Ortlechner for Atletico's squandered penalty.
Took a couple of poor touches early in the second half, but grew into the game as he gained confidence, offering an entirely different option on the left.
An athletic presence in the centre of midfield, the youngster helped to keep the ball moving after taking to the field.
The substitute worked hard, as did all of his midfield team-mates, but he had little impact on the game.
The forward gave Vienna another body to aim for in attack, but the substitute didn't see much of possession, despite him occasionally positioning himself in good areas in behind Juanfran.