Had little to do in the Bayern net, but found himself caught out when Ignjoviski's cross split open his defence and let in De Bruyne.
Was caught out of position for Werder's consolation but, for the most part, he did an excellent job filling in for the Alaba on the left-hand side.
Was not given too much grief at the back, as Bayern controlled proceedings across the pitch.
Shined with two wonderful assists for Robben and Ribery, in a fine attacking performance from the full-back.
An otherwise dominant display was only somewhat spoiled by an uncharacteristic error, as the Brazilian was caught in possession in his own area and Werder took advantage.
Put his side in the driving seat with a powerful header that was totally in keeping with what was an awesome performance in the middle of the park from the ex-Athletic man.
A top-class display from the Netherlands international, who was at the heart of Bayern's attacking play. Set up three goals and got the ball rolling by volleying home the opener midway through the first half.
Was happy to take a backseat as Robben and Gomez stole the show early on, but was always on hand with some excellent play around the area. Then capped a terrific performance with a great volley.
The Switzerland international revelled in the space afforded to him around the area, failing to get his name on the scoresheet but connecting well with his attacking partners.
Distributed intelligently throughout, proving an effective replacement for Schweinsteiger and spurring Bayern's attacking stars onwards.
A tireless display from the forward, who had a point to prove as he seeks a regular place. Occasionally guilty of wasting the ball but deserved his two goals.
Watched his defence disintegrate before his eyes as Bayern ran rampant. Could do little to stem the flood of goals in a painful match but then, hardly covered himself in glory either.
Made life even harder for Werder just before half-time by stupidly getting himself sent off. It was a hammber blow for the visitors as he had held his own in the middle, but a bone-headed challenge on Gomez meant a red was inevitable.
Along with the rest of the Bremen backline, had an afternoon to forget as the goals rained down on the visitors.
T. Gebre Selassie
Was one of the better defenders in a Werder backline that leaked goals, although that's not saying much. Still, was unlucky to see an attempted clearance spiral past his own keeper for an own goal.
Given a torrid time on the left by Lahm and Gomez, and was also at fault for the first goal when he failed to pick up the charging Robben.
A strong presence in midfield for Werder, and a well-placed cross following Dante's mistake meant that his team would at least make the scoresheet.
K. De Bruyne
Provided the one bright spot for Werder in an otherwise extremely disappointing runout with an intelligent finish at the far post.
Overwhelmed by Martinez in the middle, could not compete and also conceded the free kick that led to Bayern's second goal.
Sacrificed at half-time to shore up the Werder defence following Prodl's expulsion and Schaaf's decision was a tad surprising as Hunt had shown some bright moments in the first period.
Completely isolated up front, could not make an impact and was a virtual spectator throughout the match. Must try harder.
Did well in exploiting the space left by Lahm when the full-back pushed up, but too often could not take advantage.