Did well, bearing in mind that he started the game with an injury. Faultless for both goals.
A very quiet performance by the ever reliable right-back. Did not offer much in attacking sense, but was stable in defence.
Scored the vital opener and was not troubled at the back in the first half. Looked much less composed in the session, and was at fault for Freiburg's first goal.
He is no Van Bommel and it showed tonight yet again. He ran and ran, but his passing let him down at times. Unlucky not to score with a wonderful shot in the first half.
Back to his world-class self. He was superb in possession and bossed the midfield in both halves. Carved some excellent chances for his team after the break.
One of Bayern's best players on the pitch yet again, if not the best. Rock-solid in defence in the first half and inspirational in midfield after the break. Totally deserved his goal in the second half.
Gave much food for thought to Van Gaal tonight as he assisted Bayern's first two goals tonight. Looked solid at the back, but still far from the form he once used to exhibit at Heerenveen.
Pretty anonymous until his strike in the second half. That wonderful goal might bring his confidence back.
Nothing he tried came off tonight as the Turkish international struggled in the first half. Replaced at half-time.
Reminded of his inability to put away simple chances tonight as he missed quite a few. Showed some good touches, though, and good for him he managed to double Bayern's lead with a free-header from the six-yard box.
Despite a few good touches and some good runs, he was pretty wasteful tonight and rushed his decisions more often than not. Lost possession in the build-up to Freiburg's first goal, too.
Faultless for the third and fourth goals, but really could have been better positioned on the first two strikes. A night to forget for the goalkeeper.
Did well to provide the cross for Braafheid's ridiculous own goal, but had an average game tonight. Nowhere to be seen for Bayern's first strike and was occasionally bypassed by Mueller after the break.
Equally poor in defence, his bad marking and positioning let him down on many occasions.
Poor marking resulted in two easy goals for Bayern tonight and Toprak played a big part in all of this. The hosts' attackers went past him way too many times.
Should have had Gomez marked in the build-up to Bayern's second and was generally very poor in defence. Offered nothing in attack and it is no coincidence that three of Die Roten's goal came from his side of the defence.
Fought hard, but was ultimately outclassed by Schweinsteiger & company in midfield. Lost the ball on a couple of occasions and did not inspire much confidence with his passing.
Pretty anonymous in attack throughout the game and without much contribution in defence tonight. Substituted for Reisinger.
Was Freiburg's best midfielder today. Provided the assist for the visitors' first goal and was very good at orchestrating his team's play.
Aside from a good shot in the 70th minute, Abdessadki was very quiet tonight. Substituted in the second half.
The ex-Stuttgart man did not offer much in attack and one could hardly tell he was on the pitch tonight. A poor outing.
The leading goalscorer in the Bundesliga so far was deprived of service tonight and struggled for most of the game. His off-the-ball play was very good, but could have done better in the 15th minute when he spurned a great chance.
- 35 T. Kraft
D. Van Buyten
Looked like his clumsy self, but did help Bayern deal with Freiburg's increasingly attacking play after coming on for Altintop.
Came on for fourteen minutes and managed to score a ridiculous own goal. His days at Bayern seem to be numbered.
- 11 I. Olić
- 37 N. Sansone