The Hertha goalkeeper made a few reasonable saves and was quick off his line throughout. Possibly impeded by Jojic for Dortmund's fourth.
Beaten far too easily for Jojic's goal and was generally shaky throughout. Not a game to remember.
The experienced midfielder put in a good performance in his final Bundesliga appearance, before leaving the field to a standing ovation.
The Slovenian full-back performed his duties well on both flanks, ensuring that Reus had a fairly quiet afternoon.
Substituted through injury in the second half, but performed well up to that point, making a number of important headed clearances.
Looked bright in the first half, showing an impressive turn of pace and put in two decent crosses for Wagner to challenge for.
Substituted early on due to a hamstring injury, but put in a good defensive shift beforehand, tracking the runs of Schmelzer fairly well.
An energetic and committed performance, as the German battled his way to the byeline impressively on several occasions.
The Japanese midfielder was bustling and physical, but offered very little going forward, making Hertha fairly hard to play through.
Tested Weidenfeller a couple of times from range and delivered a few excellent corner and free-kicks.
A frustrating afternoon for the lone striker, as he was marshalled well by Dortmund's central defensive partnership who outpaced him. His touch let him down.
The Germany international goalkeeper wasn't troubled all too often, but was alert in the second half to tip a couple of N'Djeng efforts over the crossbar.
The Poland international covered well at the back post and broke forward with regularity. A solid outing, tracking his runners well.
Provided an excellent through ball for Lewandowski's opening goal and was solid throughout. Taken off as a second half precaution.
Contributed well to all phases of play, unafraid to steam in at Kraft's back post, as well as staying disciplined enough in his own half.
The experienced defender kept tabs on Wagner to enable Hummels to press forward and contribute further upfield.
Tucked home Dortmund's fourth composedly. Provided several useful through balls, but otherwise had a fairly quiet game.
Couldn't capitalise on a number of opportunities, forcing Kraft into one decent save and otherwise failing to hit the target. Left the field limping heavily.
Substituted at the break. The Turkish international failed to provide the cutting edge and distribution from deep which Dortmund lacked.
Worked incredibly hard, but failed to carve out any chances for himself, with his best opportunity being a blocked effort from 20 yards.
Took his goal beautifully, cutting inside Brooks before curling an effort inside the far post. His energy was excellent throughout.
A brilliant last league performance in a Dortmund shirt for Lewandowski, as he coolly slotted home his first goal, before curling in a beautiful 25-yard free-kick to put the icing on the cake and become the Bundesliga's top goalscorer.
J. van den Bergh
The left-back was very positive going forward and whipped in a couple of brilliant crosses and crossfield balls to pick out Wagner.
Thrown into the fray due to injuries, the midfielder filled a gap and shored up Hertha somewhat.
The Dortmund-bound striker went close with two headers, with his physical presence and pace really acting as a catalyst for the hosts.
Battled well in the centre of midfield, as well as looking to break forward and release the likes of Reus whenever possible.
A steady performance from the Greek defender, who covered across brilliantly to rob Wagner of possession deep inside the Dortmund penalty area on one occasion.
Picked up an assist, which looked more like a mishit shot, as the former St Etienne man provided pace and intensity but little more.