Little he could do to stop a thunderbolt from Diego. Was not overly troubled aside from the goal, but was there when needed.
Strong in the air and rarely troubled by Wolfsburg's offensives, a routine day at the office for the composed Brazilian.
Proved a worthy deputy for Boateng in the middle, cruising through the game with little trouble. His distribution from the back was an added bonus.
An impressive showing from Die Roten's captain, who made his way up and down the field. A great low cross almost created the opener.
Gave namesake Diego far too much space and was punished as the Brazilian notched a cracker of a goal. His left flank was a weak point for Bayern.
Forced to play deeper than usual thanks to Wolfsburg's aggressive approach, nevertheless recovered well and was key in their play on the break.
Was electric in the first 45, as Bayern's fast-paced game suited him to the ground. Laid on the first goal and converted the second with a nonchalant finish.
A towering performance from the Switzerland international, who masterminded Bayern's counter play. Was vital in both first-half goals, and a great finish supplied his own.
Went so close to giving Bayern the lead with an instinctive effort that flew just wide. Was not his usual authoritative self in the middle.
Showed great bravery to push his way through the defence and convert Robben's cross. Not always involved, but showed his poaching instincts when it counted.
Not the most impressive of games from the forward, but thought quickly to set up Shaqiri for the decisive third goal.
Helped complete the rout with a busy appearance towards the end.
Entered late and kept up the pressure in the middle.
What a cameo! Three goals in just six minutes for the supersub, who made the most of his time on the pitch.
Had no answer for Bayern as Die Roten's finishing was top-class on the night. Could do little on any of the six goals.
A nightmare match for the center back. Appeared to give up towards the end, little more than a spectator as Gomez gleefully buried the visitors.
Had one of Wolfsburg's best chances of the night, a towering header that went just wide. Lost Mandzukic for the first goal and struggled with Bayern's swift attacks.
Guilty of losing Shaqiri in the build up to the second goal, and was punished as the game began to slip away from his club.
His delivery from the set-piece was one of Wolfsburg's best attacking options, and nearly yielded a goal for Naldo.
Never stopped trying to unlock the Bayern defense, in a tireless display. Went closer than most in a green shirt to scoring with a fine shot saved by Neuer.
The best of the bunch for a Wolfsburg team that fell just short against the champions. His beauty in the first half will be remembered.
Started strongly, but soon found himself overwhelmed as Bayern found their devastating stride. Failed to make enough impact going forward.
Always strong in midfield, but could not provide that necessary spark to make Wolfsburg competitive and threaten the upset.
Proved a more than capable match for Martinez in the early stages, but soon succumbed to his team's malaise and was powerless to stop its humiliation.
Completely nullified by the Bayern backline, hard to remember a single chance for the lone striker who failed to impose himself on the game.
Witnessed a nightmare last 15 minutes after coming off the bench.
Came in just in time to watch his side collapse around him.
Must have wished he stayed on the bench as Bayern ran rampant at the end.
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