Was given little chance on any of Bayern's three goals, although he was caught badly off-balance when Mandzukic headed in the third with ease.
Was caught out badly by Kroos' pass that released Muller down the right, which proved to be the beginning of the end for Mainz.
Fell to pieces after the opening goal, failing to track Mandzukic and making schoolboy errors at the back to keep Bayern on top.
Coped admirably with Ribery for the opening 40 minutes, but could not live with the dynamic Alaba as the full-back streaked past and put Bayern on the way to victory.
The pick of Tuchel's defence during the first half, but along with the rest of his team lost his way and looked badly stretched by a rampant Roten.
Made a nuisance of himself amongst the Bayern backline, but could not match his movement with a cool head in front of goal and squandered more than one chance.
Did well in making the most of a shaky Bayern defence early on with some neat passing, but had no answer when the backline shored up and faded out of the game.
Early on exploited well the gaps left by Alaba, but faded with his team-mates and offered little after the break.
An almost anonymous figure throughout the match, shuffled across the pitch without making any telling contributions going forward.
Was tasked with containing Schweinsteiger and Martinez in the middle, but could not live with the pair's dynamism and finished a clear second best.
Occasionally a threat bursting forward on the counter, but his contributions were too sporadic to inspire an under-par Mainz.
Had to be attentive for the counter, but was not forced to make a single save as Mainz failed to muster one shot on target.
A wonderful teasing cross from the full-back played in Mandzukic for the third, putting the result beyond all doubt.
Occasionally looked shaky in tracking Parker's movements, but was always on hand with a strong block to keep his side steady at the back.
D. Van Buyten
Did well in forcing Parker out wide and away from goal, nullifying the striker's attacking potential and ensuring yet another clean sheet for the Bavarians.
A combative display in midfield from the ex-Athletic star, who is gradually coming to justify his hefty price tag and endear himself to the Bayern faithful.
You cannot give this man space. Punched a gaping hole in the Mainz defence in almost his first opportunity, and followed with an excellent cross to double the lead.
Opened the game up in every sense of the word with a delightful pass that sent Muller through and Bayern on the way to victory.
A low-key display from the Germany international, who was content to sit back and control traffic in the middle while Martinez covered the hard yards.
Had to contend with two markers throughout the game and as a consequence was not his usual talismanic self, but appeared with a great combination with Alaba to set in motion the second.
Made a decisive contribution to his team's efforts. Scored the vital goal at the end of the first half to open up a previously deadlocked game, and set up Lahm to cross for the third.
Was a peripheral figure during the first half, but showed exactly why he is in the Roten first team just after the break in expertly finishing Alaba's cross.