Could do little about Bayern's well-worked trio of goals.
- 2 M. Friedrich
The young defender performed admirably at left-back in Dortmund's makeshift defence, although he allowed Muller too much space in the build-up to Gotze's goal.
Played a key role in nullifying the threat of Mandzukic and contributing to the Croatian's early substitution.
Did very well in the first half to track Robben and Muller, but lost his discipline after the break as Bayern cruised to victory.
The former Real Madrid midfielder struggled as Bayern overran the midfield area. Was very wayward with his set pieces.
Very strong in midfield for the hosts. It was telling that Bayern's second and third goals were scored shortly after he was substitute by Klopp.
Not at his best this evening and wasted a glorious chance to draw his side level moments before he was subbed off for Aubameyang.
Flickered intermittently in the first half, as he tested Alaba and Rafinha with his pace, but did not have any real impact on the game. Subbed off on 71 minutes.
The Polish forward was his side's outstanding player as he held the ball up again and again to bring Reus into play.
After a low-key start the Germany international blossomed as the game wore on and forced Neuer into making a marvellous stop midway through the second half.
Made two key stops from Reus either side of half-time and commanded his area well over the course of the game.
Failed to track Reus on numerous occasions and was booked on the brink of half-time for a foul on the German. Replaced by van Buyten after the break.
Fouled Lewandowski two or three times in the first half but got to grips with the Poland international after the break.
Put in a marvellous block to stop a goalbound effort from Kuba in the first half and was confident on the ball going forward.
The Germany international performed brilliantly in central midfield for the Bavarian giants, as he has done all season.
Like Dante he was guilty of a couple of cheap fouls on Lewandowski, but on the whole he was solid and put in one unbelievable tackle on Reus in the second half.
The talented midfielder was strong in the tackle and efficient with his passin – but surprisingly wayward with his shooting as he wasted a couple of opportunities.
Showed his versatility by anchoring the midfield for much of the game before dropping in at centre-back when Boateng was withdrawn. Composed throughout.
Buzzed around the edge of the Dortmund box dangerously and stretched the hosts' makeshift defence with his electric pace. Scored a sublime chip to make it 2-0.
Fairly quiet in the first half but had a big impact after the interval, which included scoring the third with simple finish.
Tested Weidenfeller with an acrobatic overhead kick before the break, but will be disappointed with his overall performance against a makeshift Dortmund defence.