Caught a few crosses, but never saw a real threat on target. A very uneventful day for the Germany No. 1.
Had a relatively quiet game as Basel struggled to get past Bayern's midfield, let alone defence. Carried out his duties well, and was unfortunate to be booked for what clearly was not a hand-ball.
Was largely untested alongside Boateng, but was quick to help his team-mates at the back, and in one instance in which he was isolated, did well to deny Streller. Earns bonus points for his distribution from the back, and for assisting Gomez's first goal.
Used on the left of defence for a second consecutive game, the Austrian made a strong appeal for a regular role as Bayern's long-term solution in defence opposite Lahm. Was combative, and never let Shaqiri get the better of him.
Has had a personal renaissance since returning to the right side of defence, and that form continued on Tuesday. Never looked troubled in defence, and provided Robben the kind of support the Dutchman has so often missed this season.
Distributed the ball superbly from the back, and added a touch of class in attack. His deflected shot led to Robben's opener, and he played the cross to Badstuber before Gomez made it 3-0. Set up chance after chance in a virtuoso display from midfield.
Picked up where he left off on the weekend as he had three good chances in the opening 11 minutes, and buried the opener. Assisted Muller's goal to make it 2-0, and completed his double in the late stages.
Occasionally left too much space between the midfield and defence in the opening stages, but that quickly changed. Did nothing wrong, but did not provide some of the flare of his team-mates.
An unsung hero in the first half, the Frenchman had a hand in Muller's strike and was a key figure in the build-up. Stood out after the break as he assisted Gomez three times before coming off to a roar of applause.
Signaled his return to form with a marvellous performance, scoring four times to give his side a massive morale boost as they enter the most critical stage in their season. With his confidence restored, the Germany international was ruthlessly efficient in front of goal.
Was unlucky to have his header saved on 22 minutes, but persisted and scored a long-awaited goal with a brilliant finish. Played a quiet role after the break as Gomez and Ribery stood in the limelight, and was replaced by Schweinsteiger for the closing stages.
Made a couple of brilliant saves from Gomez in the opening stages, and another outstanding stop from Muller, but it was not enough to avoid a humiliating result.
Held firm in defence early, but things quickly fell apart for the Argentinian centre-back. Was the better of Basel's two interior defenders, but the competition was hardly noteworthy.
Had an absolute nightmare as he tried to contain Ribery and utterly failed. Was shown mercy with 20 minutes to go as he was replaced by Degen.
Did well to deny Robben in the opening stages, but lost his focus and appeared a defeated man even when the tie was still in Basel's hands. Nowhere near Gomez for Bayern's fourth.
Given the run-around by Robben, the left-back was unable to stop the Dutchman from making his trademark runs to the inside.
Anonymous on the wing as Shaqiri was his side's only real outlet between the midfield and forward lines. Had just a few touches, none of which led to any danger. Replaced for the final half hour.
Had a couple of moments in which he showed the quality he displayed in the first leg, but appeared overwhelmed on the night. Made a few mistakes in possession that led to Bayern counters, and his poor marking of Muller allowed his opponent to score a critical second goal.
Was quick to the ball and made some nice runs through the midfield in the early stages, but had little support, and was quite clearly discouraged after his side began to hemorrhage goals.
Chosen ahead of Benjamin Huggel as power was preferred over experience. Did well to snuff out some counterattacks as he ran down Ribery, but can be faulted for losing possession in the lead-up to Bayern's second goal.
Often forced to operate in wide areas, the captain was perhaps his team's most dangerous figure in attack. Delivered a dangerous cross to Frei in the first half, and another to his strike partner late in the game. Deserved at least an assist.
Had a half-chance to level the terms on 40 minutes, but was unable to find the target in what was his only real opportunity keep the tie in Basel's advantage. Unlucky to have a legitimate goal called back in the second half, but by that time the tie was well out of reach.
- 22 H. Butt
- 26 D. Contento
Replaced Ribery for the closing stages of the game and saw minimal action on the left.
Came in for Robben for the final eight minutes, when the result was done and dusted.
Came in to replace Muller with 20 minutes to go, and showed his class with a perfect assist to Robben.
- 11 I. Olić
- 9 N. Petersen
- 23 M. Colomba
Came on for Steinhofer for the final 20 minutes and had more success in defence, although he only had to mark Ribery for a few minutes before the Frenchman was replaced.
- 29 R. Kováč
- 8 B. Huggel
- 10 G. Yapi-Yapo
Replaced Fabian Frei with a half hour left to play. Did very well to set up a chance for Alex Frei, and looked a more dangerous figure than his predecessor. A surprise omission from the starting XI, after scoring in the first leg.