The keeper had very little to do but did give the Barca fans a few worrisome moments as he tried to play the ball out from the back. He was never really forced into a difficult save by the visitors.
Played the ball out from the back as Barcelona dominated possession and had wave after wave of attacks. He picked his moments to step out from the back well and had a good physical battle with Hemed.
A good performance from the young full-back as he kept things tight down Barca's left side. He never let Nsue catch him with his pace and at times got forward to good effect.
Played more like a winger, bombing down the right flank and always looking to feed the forwards in more dangerous positions. He did not stop running and also kept close watch on Dos Santos.
Timed his tackles well and did not put a foot wrong, though the threat posed by Mallorca was very limited. Nevertheless he maintained his concentration throughout and will be happy to have contributed to the clean sheet.
A great performance from the midfielder as he orchestrated everything for Barcelona. He cut open the Mallorca defence with incisive passing and elegant dribbling and deserved to get a goal.
Patrolled the midfield and limited the effectiveness of any Mallorca counterattack by hunting the ball down and making a well-judged challenge. He allowed Iniesta and Thiago the freedom to move forward.
Had to fill the boots of Lionel Messi and did so to magnificent effect. He was on fire as he dropped off the front line to pick up the ball before driving forward and bagging himself a sublime hat-trick. His combination with Alexis was brilliant.
Although his side completely controlled the game, Thiago did not particularly stand out. He kept things simple throughout the 90 minutes but would have hoped for a more integral performance to push for a starting spot.
The Chilean looked like a new player as he combined with Fabregas to devastating effect. He drifted in from the right and got two assists as well as showing his striking instinct to net on two occasions.
Continued his progression with another impressive outing. He had the beating of Hutton who was incapable of dealing with his electric pace. His finishing was poor at times but he put some great crosses into the area.
The Israeli was not really at fault for any of the goals, though it is hard to find many positives when so many get stuck past you. A brilliant first-half save from Iniesta was his highlight but he will undoubtedly be disappointed with his evening.
The Mallorca defence were completely ripped apart and Nunes certainly played his role in that. He was far too static and appeared to lack communication with his partner at the back as Alexis got in between the pair to score his second.
Looked adventurous early on but he was soon forced to sit back as Barca assumed total control. He was guilty of leaving too much space in the channels at time and was rash as he dived in when Cesc rolled in his third.
Struggled to deal with the pace of Cristian Tello from the first minute as the Barca youngster repeatedly beat him with absolute ease. His own lack of pace was completely exposed.
Failed to track the run of Cesc as he slotted his second goal in and that really summed up his lazy performance. He lacked awareness and was positionally poor as Barca ran rampant all evening.
Did his best to help support his defence by screening them and attempting to close the players in possession as quick as possible. He only seemed to crack it when Barca eased up later in the game.
Linked the play to good effect at times in the final third but was caught ball-watching as Alexis scored his first. He should have scored a header in the first half and had a goal ruled out controversially after the break.
Unable to influence the game in midfield as Mallorca saw very little of the ball. He appeared to be a step off the pace for much of the game and seemingly lost interest extremely early on.
Lacked service for the 90 minutes but was far too ambitious whenever he got on the ball. Some of his attempts were never going to go in and he rarely gave Pique or Bartra anything to worry about.
G. dos Santos
Had some positive moments on the ball but unfortunately did not see enough of it to haunt his former club. He created some decent chances for his team but there simply were not enough of them.