Kept yet another clean sheet, but it was not through his own merit - he quite simply could not have done less.
His presence was barely felt as Bayern simply had next to no defending to do. Tidy enough in possession when the ball came to him.
Had no work to do, but did just fine when called into action. Made one good interception late on as Schalke searched for a consolation.
With little to be done in the way of defending, the Austrian youngster had license to get forward, and get his name on the scoresheet twice.
Did not bomb down the right as he usually does, but did not have to. Had next to nothing to do in one of the quietest games a Bayern defender will ever have.
Did not show any signs of injury, and put in a lovely performance, scoring the second goal with a beautiful free kick. Helped to set up the fourth with a great dinked ball over the top of the defence.
Ultimately was not able to get his name on the scoresheet, but still had a fruitful evening, working hard down the right and setting up Gomez for the fourth.
Did not have to anchor the midfield as much as usual, and pushed forward a little bit. Great in possession, but understated in all.
Did not shine as brightly as he has in other matches this season, but can still be relatively proud of his efforts. Neat and tidy in possession, before being given a rest for the last 20 minutes.
A constant thorn in the side of Schalke, the Frenchman was his usual probing self, terrorising Howedes down the right and getting the ball rolling by winning the penalty.
Put in a decent claim for a regular place in the side with some great forward play, particularly after the break, when he set up Alaba's second and got one of his own.
Made a good save to deny Ribery early on, but could do nothing about any of the goals. A night to forget for everyone involved with Schalke, not least the goalkeeper.
Given a torrid time by the Bayern front line, who ran riot throughout. The 33-year-old simply didn't look up to the pace.
Making a rare appearance, the youngster gave away the free kick from which Schweinsteiger scored, but was one of the few who looked eager to get forward.
As with the other Schalke defenders, the Cameroon international will be eager to put this match behind him. Nothing more than anaemic at the back.
Played at right-back, he failed to keep up with the hungry Ribery and Alaba combination down the Bayern left. Will be eager to forget this one.
His usual boisterous self in midfield, he did his best to quell the waves of Bavarian attacks, but faced an uphill battle throughout.
Had the only two Schalke shots of note; a half-decent effort which hit the side-netting, and a comical scooped free kick which went well over.
Given a rare chance to impress, the Swiss winger hardly touched the ball, and was smothered on the rare occasion that he got possession.
Conceded the penalty which led to the first goal and was booked in the second half. Visibly frustrated throughout.
Could not keep up with the multitude of Bayern attacks as the Bavarians' midfielders surged forward.
Did his best to chase down every ball, but so much of the match was played in his own half, he could not make an impact.