Was forced into early action, making a comfortable save from a Remy shot before making a decisive block from Morel moments later. Didn’t have any major work after the break.
Looked vulnerable in the first leg, but was rarely tested by Marseille on this occasion. When the visitors did get the ball into the box, the defender failed to convince once again.
More offensively-minded than he was in the first leg, the young fullback created the second goal with a lung-bursting run down the channel that was matched by the quality of his delivery. This was iconic of his whole evening, and his one major blip was picking up a needless booking.
Powered forward regularly down the right flank, and the one criticism of his performance offensively would be that he was a little slow to shoot when he had a first half opening. Crossed the ball well and was a real source of danger to the French side. Far more restrained after the break.
After allowing Remy an early shot on goal, the Germany international center back gave a typically confident display. Looked particularly strong when in possession and laid a solid foundation from which his side built.
Deployed in a more offensive role than in France, and he was more than willing to use this freedom to pose OM problems. Displayed excellent quality with his long range shooting, with one fine effort coming off the post. Taken off with little over 20 minutes left.
Brought into the side after making a cameo in France last weekend, and was the more forward-thinking of the two holding midfielders. Unlucky not to score with a fine long-range shot, and distributed the ball sensibly.
Subdued in the first leg, he was clearly eager to make amends in this clash, and it was his powerful run that proved the catalyst for the opening goal. Was far more willing to drift inside than he was at Stade Velodrome, and he reaped the rewards by playing a very fine game. Destroyed the OM defense with his speed and dribbling.
Given a spot in a holding role, the Brazilian didn’t do a great job of closing down shots around the box, particularly in the early stages of the match, when he failed to impose himself sufficiently. After a shaky start, his rise in prominence mirrored that of his team.
Played less than 40 minutes before being replaced, and seemed to hint he had a hamstring injury as he came off. Was Bayern’s least effective attacker by some distance in the opening stages.
Given a rare start as Mario Gomez was rested, the striker made the most of his chance, scoring the game’s opening goal in the 13th minute with a simple finish. Seems to love playing French teams, having notched a hat trick against Lyon in the Champions League two years ago, and added a simple second. His work rate was phenomenal.
Suspended for the first leg, the France international made a welcome return for this clash, and over the course of the game he would make several fine saves. Could do little about either of Bayern's goals.
Not a regular starter in the Marseille defense, and it showed as he was caught short on a number of occasions with Olic comfortably winning this individual battle. Looked leaden footed compared to the home strikers and was given a torrid time when moved to right back after the break.
Had an early chance to give the French side the lead, but the left back squandered the opportunity to reduce the arrears, and within a minute OM was trailing. Endured a very difficult night defensively, too, as Bayern flooded down the right channel and was withdrawn at halftime.
So solid against Ribery in the first leg, he struggled to replicate that strength down his flank on this occasion. Although his presence caused the Frenchman to go wandering, he was caught up-field for the second goal, with the gap he left exploited for Bayern’s second. Shifted onto the left after the break.
Not known for his attacking capabilities, the holding midfielder drew a good stop from Neuer as Marseille attempted to find a way back into the game after conceding the opener. In his main task, he looked slow and cumbersome against the dynamic Bayern attack.
After such a spectacular night in Dortmund earlier this season, the France international attacker was not short of effort in this clash, but he was well marshaled by the home side. Given no time on the ball, but even allowing for this, the offensive midfielder was below his best.
A more offensively-minded player that the suspended Alou Diarra, whom he replaced, and the former Auxerre man failed to get a significant foothold in the game, which largely bypassed him as Bayern dominated. Did make a couple of penetrating forward runs.
Offered an early threat with a smart turn and shot that left Badstuber flat footed, and looked the brightest of the Marseille attackers initially, playing with the most purpose and confidence. Would have wanted better supply before being replaced with little over an hour gone.
Bayern has been linked with a move for the Ghanaian international in the rumor columns in the past, but the Bundesliga side will not have been impressed with the winger’s contribution. Struggled to produce a moment of note.
A surprise start in the Marseille side, he was certainly a willing worked, but his touch was lacking at crucial moments and he lacked the quality to trouble the home rearguard. Missed a simple second-half header that could have restored some pride. Taken off for Gignac.
- 22 H. Butt
Came on for Muller just before the break. Produced a steady performance without doing anything spectacular.
- 26 D. Contento
- 10 A. Robben
Played the final quarter of this match.
Given 15 minutes at the end but failed to add to his prolific tally of goals.
- 9 N. Petersen
- 16 Elinton Andrade
- 13 D. Traoré
- 26 J. Sabo
Came into the team at the interval but rarely touched the ball.
Given nearly half an hour at the end of the match. Shored things up for Marseille as the game faded away tamely.
- 23 J. Ayew
Given a brief 15-minute run out.