Had a couple of nervy moments, but made decent saves to deny Muller, and prevent a second-half own goal. Could perhaps have done better with Reus' goal.
Was turned with consumate ease by Reus for the first goal, but did a half-decent job of keeping the Dortmund attacker, and his team-mate Gotze largely quiet.
Helped keep the likes of Klose quiet for the most part and was a rock at the centre of defence. Certainly cannot be faulted for either goal.
One of the hosts' better performers on the night was the the skipper, who hardly allowed anything past him, and got forward well in support of his attacking colleagues.
Did not perform as admirably as Pogatetz at the heart of defence, but did what he should have done for the most part. Culpable for neither goal.
A clumsy tackle on Lahm which earned him a booking was the only downer on what was essentially a good performance from the Mainz man, who pulled his weight defensively and helped out his team-mates going forward too.
Another player who shone for the hosts, the Werder Bremen man had a hand in what should have been the opener, playing a great ball to Harnik, and expertly beat Hummels to Arnautovic's cross to pull one back.
Effectively cost his country the match with a clumsy, unnecessary tackle on Muller just minutes into the second half. Was off the pace in midfield throughout as well.
Things could have been oh so different for the hosts if the 25-year-old had been on form tonight. Was given a number of chances in the first half to break the deadlock, but squandered them all, and was anonymous after the break.
Another Bundesliga star who performed well against Germany, Ivanschitz and almost broke the deadlock with a driven effort that went narrowly wide.
The Werder Bremen man brought his excellent club form to the international stage tonight, terrorising Schmezler throughout the match, but let down his fruitful performance with an inexplicable miss with just minutes remaining.
One of a number of Germany players who endured a mixed evening, the Bayern keeper flitted between making excellent saves and interventions, and sending out rash clearances, but was in control for the most part.
Another night to forget for the Dortmund man, who continues to look out of place on the international stage. Was beaten far too many times by Arnautovic's marauding runs, leading to the goal. Offered nothing going forward either.
More than atoned for a couple of errors with an excellent clearance, acrobatic clearance, but gave the ball away carelessly on a couple of occasions, and could have done better with the goal.
Once again, the captain had a mixed night, clearing goal-bound header off the line and delivering a couple of good crosses, but made far too many errors and almost cost his side two points with one particularly lame back pass.
Made an excellent goal-saving tackle early on after Hummels gave the ball away far too easily, and was a decent performer for the most part on a difficult night for Germany.
Did a far better job in the first half than the second, helping out both his defensive and attacking team-mates, but faded after the break as Austria began to apply pressure.
Another shining performance in the centre of the park from the 23-year-old, who pulled all the strings, showcased a lovely array of skill and dispatched the penalty with ease.
Had a hand in the second goal with an excellent ball to pick out Muller, but was a passenger for most of the match, with his side missing a physical presence in midfield.
Scored a fantastic goal to open the scoring, leaving his marker for dead and finishing fantastically. Was withdrawn at the break, and his side soon suffered.
A bad way for the veteran to end a bad international break. Missed an easy chance gifted to him in the early exchanges, but partially atoned by playing a lovely ball for the first goal.
Was mostly stifled by Fuchs, but had a couple of decent moments, having a decent header saved, but squandered one excellent chance to restore his country's two-goal advantage, skying a shot.