Unlucky to end up on the losing side, the young goalkeeper was in command of his area throughout and could do nothing about either goal.
Arguably his side's weakest player, the Spaniard was booked early on for a foolish lunge and was totally outclassed by Gomez just before the opening goal.
Filling in for Omer Toprak, the German did a fairly good job of shackling Gomez and Pizarro and was not at fault for either Bayern goal.
Remained solid throughout the match and was desperately unfortunate to see Schweinsteiger's free kick deflect off him and into the back of the net.
One of his side's brightest players, he did fairly well in dealing with Robben and forced a great save from Neuer in the first half. Went on to set up the equaliser.
A non-entity in midfield, he failed to subdue the flow of Bayern's counterattacks as Gustavo, Schweinsteiger and Martinez had a fairly easy afternoon.
Made absolutely no impact before being replaced by Sam. All he brought to the table was 45 minutes of complete anonymity.
Found himself in the right place at the right time to equaliser after some slack Bayern defending and was the most impressive of his side's three midfielders.
Bullied out of possession, the Germany midfielder misplaced several passes and did not look up for the fight in the centre of the park.
Put in one of the performances that have defined his season, running constantly, trying to dominate the aerial battle and finding space. Had his midfield colleagues performed so admirably, B04 might have more to show for their efforts.
Dealt with Boenisch's shot well just before the goal, but was untroubled otherwise until the goal, when his defence let him down.
One of his side's brightest players early on, the Austrian charged up and down the left well enough, but faded badly after the break.
Handed a rare start, he had Schurrle in his pocket for the first half and was not duly troubled after the break when the former Mainz man was withdrawn.
Caught out of position on a couple of occasions, but was largely unexposed by Leverkusen and remained solid in the second half when B04 exerted more pressure.
Nowhere to be found in the build-up to the goal, the Germany international gave the likes of Kiessling far too much room throughout.
Came as close to scoring as anyone bar Gomez in the first half when he had a header cleared off the line, and remained solid in midfield throughout.
Shunted into the No.10 role, the Germany star did well in his new position, creating several openings and setting up the second goal with a lovely free kick.
Kept things ticking over in midfield in customary fashion without standing out. His defensive nous was much-needed when Leverkusen mounted more pressure.
More impressive than he has been in recent weeks, the Swiss youngster combined fairly well with team-mates, setting up Gomez's opener with a smart pass.
Looked fairly lively throughout, almost creating a goal for Schweinsteiger with a drive across the face of goal and his pace and incision was a great tool on the counter.
Quiet for the most part as Bayern played on the counter, the Germany international put his side ahead with a fantastic finish, but received precious little service.