Dortmund challenged the former Schalke keeper very little, but he was equal to everything they threw at him, and was dominant in the air from crossed.
D. Van Buyten
Did not shine quite as brightly as Dante, but put in a solid performance at the heart of defence. Perhaps should have scored from a corner late on.
Was not at the level at which he had been playing in recent weeks, but still put in a tidy performance, without standing out too much.
Set up the goal by showing superb industry and putting Schmelzer under pressure, and kept Reus very quiet at the back.
Could have been sent off for an ugly challenge on Lewandowski in the second half, but was otherwise impressive, coming close to scoring with a superb volley.
The Brazilian continues to be an unlikely star for the Bavarians. Helped keep Dortmund's fearsome attack away from his goal, and was a threat in the opposition box too.
Showed a superb range of passing, not least a lovely chipped ball to set up Martinez for a volley in the first half, but faded slightly late on.
Exorcised some demons with a superb strike that flew over Weidenfeller, and was a constant threat to the Dortmund goal with his direct running.
Will be disappointed not to have scored, having been presented with some great chances, but his crossing from set pieces caused Dortmund plenty of problems.
Put in another monster shift up front, helping to pressurise the Dortmund defence, and although he did not find the net or test Weidenfeller, can be very happy with his efforts.
Challenged Schmelzer down the Dortmund left time and time again, and was a constant threat once more, prior to his withdrawal as Heynckes looked to close out the game.
Made an incredible number of saves to deny the likes of Martinez, Kroos, Dante and Robben, and was only beaten by a wonderstrike from the Dutchman.
- 4 N. Subotić
Got up and down the right well enough, and almost set up a late equaliser with a lovely cross. Missed Kuba on the wing.
Hesitated in the box, which ultimately led to the goal, and was given a hard time down the Bayern right throughout by Muller and Lahm.
Worked as hard as ever in the first half, repelling wave after wave of Bayern attacks. Did not deserve to come out on the losing side.
Almost scored a comical own goal with by heading a Lahm cross to Weidenfeller, and looked off the pace throughout.
One of his poorest performances of what has been a below-par season for him. He was completely anonymous prior to his withdrawal on the hour mark.
Tried to change the game with his neat array of passing, and tested Neuer on a couple of occasions.
Looked lively early on, running at Bayern and trying to set up team-mates, but faded late on when the game opened up a bit more.
Did not have the time or space to influence the game as he has in recent weeks, and was withdrawn in favour of the more physical Schieber late on as Klopp tried to change things.
Dortmund missed him over the weekend, and were made to miss him once more. Did not show up and had no effect whatsoever on the match.