Performed admirably, denying Bayern several scoring opportunities and his command of the area was excellent.
Performed well at times, but was frustrating at others. Summed up by a magnificent run in the second half, but blasting a valuable free-kick well over Neuer's bar.
Ineffectual when on the pitch, and was deservedly sent off for an obvious tug on Xherdan Shaqiri's shirt.
Had a reasonable first half, but struggled to deal with Franck Ribery throughout. Conceded the penalty that gave Bayern the lead.
Showed occasional touches of class, and was perhaps unfortunate not to pick up an assist.
Energetic performance, and was unlucky not to quite reach a teasing ball which skidded across the six-yard box for a potential Freiburg equaliser.
He was the source of most of Freiburg's attempts on goal, but he couldn't find the back of the net. Was denied well by Neuer on a couple of occasions.
Disappointing performance, and picked up a yellow card which gives the player a disciplinary ban.
Failed to have any true effect on the game, as Bayern's midfield were much more capable of moving the ball about quickly.
Spurned a couple of reasonable chances, but struggled to get into good positions due to the performances of Bayern's central defensive pairing.
Was always an outlet for his side, who were besieged at times. Unlucky not to get on the scoresheet, as his general performance perhaps deserved a goal.
Did what he was required to do, and made a particularly good save low down to his left in the second half, to prevent a Freiburg equaliser.
The young Austrian had a steady game, but failed to really combine with Ribery as he has previously this season.
Apart from one lapse in concentration, the Germany international was solid at full-back, and also grabbed an assist.
Had a very strong game, hit the bar and prevented countless attacks.
Held the Bayern midfield together well, distributing the ball efficiently and also showing a few touches of skill. Could have conceded a penalty with a clumsy handball in the first half.
Had a steady game, was never in the forefront of the action like his central defensive partner.
Again, a steady game for Kroos, who battled well against a hard-working Freiburg outfit.
Was lively in the first half, but was more nondescript in the second, which justified Heynckes' decision to substitute the young midfielder.
His driving runs caused real problems for the home side, and he had several opportunities to extend Bayern's lead, but was wasteful. His spurned chance in stoppage time summed up his game.
Slotted away his penalty coolly, and was unfortunate not to grab another goal due to the offside flag.
Wasn't really his day. Worked hard and was a physical presence, but his substitution was definitely justified.
Was lively after coming on, but failed to really get into the game like his fellow substitutes.
Worked hard upon taking to the field, and scored a rare Bundesliga goal to secure the three points for his side.
Had better luck than his teammate Gomez, but really should have put the game beyond doubt before Tymoshchuk's strike, as he fired a great chance straight at Baumann.