The keeper was perhaps unfortunate to have his own centre-back steer the opening goal past him and from then on his defence struggled. He made a couple of good saves, but conceding another six will damage his confidence.
T. Gebre Selassie
The Czech international played in the centre of midfield and struggled to have any real influence on the game. He did not get on the ball enough to supply the more attacking players with ammunition, nor did he fight in the middle for it.
Brought an end to his team's decent start when he sent Ribery's cross through his own goal to break the deadlock. He struggled to cope with the movement of Mandzukic and also left space in the channels which the opposing midfielders exploited.
Made a few well-judged challenges throughout the game but ultimately the Argentine was outnumbered far too frequently on his flank. It allowed Bayern to exploit a lot of space around him and it was the source of three of their goals.
The centre-back was given a torrid time by Bayern and he practically found it impossible to cope with the movement of all their runners. He lacked organisation alongside Lukimya as Bremen were utterly hammered.
The winger worked hard during the first half and caused some problems with his pace. He created two of his side's best opportunities but he vanished after the break and was withdrawn by Dutt.
Made a few strong challenges in midfield but as the game went on he grew increasingly frustrated at his inability to get close to the ball and break apart the play. He offered very little support to the forwards throughout.
Pushed on from right-back early on but was quickly exposed by Ribery as he beat him on the far side before crossing for the opener. He was then caught napping, playing the Frenchman onside as he assisted Bayern's fourth of the afternoon.
Put some decent crosses into the area and was probably his side's most dangerous player in the first half, however he wasted their best chance of the game. He was anonymous in the second half as Bayern ran riot.
F. Di Santo
Found it extremely difficult to get involved in the game so he drifted out into wide areas at times. This left his team short in the middle and therefore Bayern could cope with their attacks far easier.
The striker's movement was poor and he saw very little of the ball throughout the game. He never looked like scoring against his former team and he afforded Van Buyten too much space in the box as he headed in Bayern's second.
The keeper was only really tested once in the first half and he did brilliantly to stay big and deny Hunt from close range. He was a spectator for much of the rest of the game and will be pleased with another clean sheet.
A very adventurous performance from the right-back as he spent much of the game in the opposition half. He was a continual source of width on the right and he made a number of positive runs.
A dynamic performance from the Austrian as he chased up and down the left flank all afternoon. He gave plenty of support to Ribery and managed to assist the Frenchman for his second of the day late on.
D. Van Buyten
It was a strong performance from the experienced Belgian. He helped keep opportunities for the hosts to a minimum and also supplied a threat at the other end, finding the net with a header in the first half.
The centre-back side-footed a great opportunity to break the deadlock early on wide of the target, but at the other end he was a bit more reliable. He was comfortable in the air, but struggled with the pace of Elia.
Played a measured game, never really pushing himself too hard but doing everything required to the highest level. He put a number of quality deliveries into the box and earned an assist for Van Buyten's goal.
Began the game in a very lively manner and caused a number of problems with his dribbling. He drew players out of position with his movement and assisted Muller's goal before capping his game with a late strike himself.
Showed immense class in the centre of the park. He held back and allowed the full backs to bomb on, but still influenced the game with his passing range. He also switched up the tempo by gliding past opponents and moving it on or drawing fouls.
The Frenchman was a consistent source of danger as he regularly threatened with his electric dribbling down the flanks. His cross led to the opening goal and he later added two of his own and yet another assist. A fantastic outing for him.
Struggled to really get involved in the opening stages but his influence grew after Bayern broke the deadlock. He assisted Ribery's first goal and volleyed a great finish past Wolf in the second half. He then set up Gotze for the game's final goal.
The striker's movement was brilliant all evening as he regularly pulled into space in the box to offer a target for his team-mates. He played a part in the third goal by releasing Muller and got one of his own late on.
Replaced Di Santo in the 61st minute but was unable to stem the tide of Bayern's dominance.
Came on for Makiadi just after the hour mark but offered no more steel in the midfield.
Brought on for Hunt in the 72nd minute but did not get a chance to utilise his pace and did not chip in defensively.