Had little chance to keep out Gomez's effort, but came back with a strong debut performance that included a wonderful stop from Schweinsteiger.
Was caught out at the end as Augsburg threw everything into attack, allowing Shaqiri to steal in and liquidate the encounter, but was solid up until then.
Stood out with a perfectly-timed intervention in the second half that denied Schweinsteiger when the goal was within his sights.
Played the game far upfield as Augsburg looked for a way back into the tie and didn't want for effort, but added little of substance to the home team's attacking forays.
Struggled to contain Ribery during the opening exchanges, most notably for the goal; but came into his own once the Frenchman was back in the dressing room.
Worked hard in the midfield and acquitted himself well, but needed to show more precision in dead-ball situations to take advantage of an indisciplined Bayern.
Did not use the spaces on the left well enough, and was shackled by Alaba for large periods of the game.
One of the best players in home colours, passing the ball well and always trying to find a way through Bayern's defence.
Escaped with a yellow following the scuffle that saw Ribery sent to take an early bath. Struck the post with an excellent shot that threatened to open the scoring.
Was given plenty of space to operate on the left hand side of attack, but too often failed to use it and did not link effectively with Molders.
Always lively as the sole man up front, tested Bayern's defence a number of times but lacked definition in the area to make it count.
Came up with two stunning stops in the first half to keep his clean sheet intact, frustrating the Augsburg attack. Inspirational.
A rather subdued display from the full-back, who was strangely ineffective going forward and pulled out of position on more than one occasion.
Was rattled after Ribery's expulsion, earning a yellow card. Rather fortunate not to give away a penalty for an inadvertent handball, but he was competent enough for the most part.
Always reliable down the right hand side, passed the ball well and did not let anything by him.
D. Van Buyten
Given the start ahead of Boateng, the Belgian did not always look comfortable against the lively Molders but worked hard to keep the defence intact.
Was one of Bayern's most influential men during the first half, laying on the goal - but let his temper get the better of him with an absurd sending off.
Desperately unlucky not to get on the scoresheet in the first half, denied by Manninger's acrobatics and the woodwork.
The midfielder's most telling contribution was a brilliant effort from long-range that appeared to cross the line after smashing against the bar. Withdrawn on the hour for Martinez.
Drifted in and out of the match, struggling to pose a consistent danger to Augsburg especially after Ribery saw red.
Was comfortable and accomplished in the creative role, showed great vision to open Ribery's path to goal during the move that led to Gomez's strike. Took the second goal well to end the match as a contest.
Was not exactly spoilt for opportunities, but took his chance in the best centre-forward tradition to put Bayern into the ascendancy.
Entered for the last half hour, and was invaluable in Bayern's effort to slow down the tempo and keep the ball.
Entered for Gomez and squandered an excellent chance to put his side 2-0 up before Shaqiri made no mistake.
Made a telling contribution in his 15 minutes on the pitch, setting up Shaqiri for the second goal.