Had no chance to stop both of Fernandez's headers, but could have positioned himself better on both occasions. Had just four shots on goal to parry and will be disappointed to let in a pair of goals.
The ex-Manchester City man had decent game at right-back and managed to find the right balance between defence and attack. Only let Lavezzi once behind him, but still stopped him at the cost of a yellow card. All in all, a decent match for the defender.
D. Van Buyten
Flashbacks to his awful error-proneness during the Van Gaal era were on the menu in this game as the Belgian international was responsible for both of Napoli's goals. Clash with Schweinsteiger for the first, and was outjumped by Fernandez for the second. Aside from that, he showed great positioning and was generally solid.
Was booked for a bad foul on Maggio early on, but improved immensely as the game progressed. Marked Cavani out of the game, but the Uruguayan still won the battle, earning him a second yellow card an early bath with a shameful dive.
Was caught out of position once early on, but never looked back after this mistake. A rock at the back, he was an incisive outlet in attack, combining superbly with Ribery on the flank. Nearly created a goal after a late surge late on.
The Germany international was tad off his otherworldly form in this match, yet he still bagged an assist and bossed the midfield in the first half. Should take his part of the blame for the first goal as he clashed with Daniel Van Buyten. Forced to withdraw with a dislocated shoulder.
The French winger delivered an industrious display in which he showed his world-class dribbling, passing and vision. Did a lot of defensive work as well on top of having a field day against Campagnaro and Zuniga, who ultimately converted his frustration into a red card.
The Brazilian had a good games in the centre of the pitch as he made sure Dzemaili was restricted to rude fouls and complaints. Helped a lot in defence and was the main reason why Hamsik hardly touched the ball in this match.
The ex-Bayer Leverkusen man is quickly becoming and indispensable part of the team as his impressive vision and movement created two goals. A sublime cross led to Gomez' second, and it was his shot, which made De Sanctis spill the ball for the third. Showed superb passing, and great understanding with Ribery and Muller.
The striker showed just why a lot of people believe he can break Gerd Muller's scoring record for Bayern Munich. His world-class finish for the first goal was spectacular, his header for this break was unstoppable, his third showed his predator instincts are always on. Late on nearly scored a poker with a 50-yard finish, which De Sanctis could only clear off the line. Golden boot, here he comes.
The Germany international delivered an industrious performance as he did well to hold the ball, and created a few decent chances. His final ball left something to be desired, but generally did well, and used his physicality to a greater effect.
M. De Sanctis
The goalkeeper had his fair share of shaky moments as he can be blamed for the opener and Gomez's third. Failed to react quickly enough on more than one occasion and spilled his fair share of shots. Nearly conceded a fourth after a senseless run off his line.
Struggled against Ribery all night and Bayern Munich's three goals came from his zone. Lacked pace, positioning skill and composure to deal with Kroos, Ribery and Lahm on the flank.
Had a shaky start and should probably take some blame for Gomez's second, but more than redeemed himself in the final third. Showed great instincts as his two superb headers were the only inspiration Napoli had in attack.
Had to be withdrawn just before half-time after a clash with Muller, but did very well to limit the German's efficiency on the flank.
Was played out of the park for most of the game, but popped up with great delivery for Napoli's second. Chased shadows for most of the game and often committed needless fouls. His passing left much to be desired as well.
The Colombian had an abysmal night as his frustration boiled to the point that he got sent off in a couple of minutes. Was steamrolled on the flank and was absolutely no threat in the attacking third. On top of that he lost Gomez for Bayern Munich's third.
An awful game for the Swiss international, who could have been sent off even before the break. Held back Ribery in the build-up to the second goal and walked a fine line with the referee, who was surprisingly lenient with him. Looked more like a liability both in defence and in attack.
Was shut out completely by Bayern Munich and despite all of his running, he failed to make any impact. Was lively early on, but his efficiency vanished completely once Lahm and Ribery hit their stride on the flank.
Had one shot fly wide in the first half and this was probably the only contribution he had in this match. One could hardly tell if he was on the pitch. An abysmal performance by the attacker.
Once again was his side's best attacker as he showed great drive and motivation to break Bayern Munich's resolute defence. Delivered a few decent crosses, and was always ready to catch the hosts' on the break with his pace and trickery. On top of that, he assisted Napoli's first with great delivery from a corner.
Was marked out of the game by Badstuber, but managed to get the defender sent off with a devious dive in the last few minutes. Hardly touched the ball in what was a disappointing performance by the Uruguayan.
- 22 H. Butt
- 13 Rafinha
The enthusiastic youngster nearly got on the score-sheet after coming on for Ribery, and showed decent work-rate in his short cameo.
Slotted in well for Schweinsteiger, although he failed to distribute the ball as well as the German international. Committed some needless fouls, though.
- 23 D. Pranjić
- 11 I. Olić
- 9 N. Petersen