Made a decent early save from Son, holding the ball well, but otherwise was a spectator as Bayern ran rampant in front of their own fans. Was disappointed to concede two late goals.
Like his defensive partner, enjoyed a quiet evening at the office as those in front of him ripped through Hamburg with ease and comfort.
Bayern's dominance meant the full-back could make himself a permanent presence in the opposition half, and he helped overwhelm the Hamburg defence with his tireless running.
Was a little lackadaisical in the opening minutes, losing possession near his goal. As Bayern took control, was able to stroll through the match.
Reveled in the space given by the demoralised Hamburg, ripping them to pieces across the pitch. Scored in the first half with an excellent finish.
Popped up across the pitch in a dynamic, all-action performance to which Hamburg had no answer. Deserved his goal, an exemplary header.
An uncompromising figure in the middle, kick-starting his side's attacks with intelligent distribution. Was on target with a flick on that set up Pizarro.
The only Bayern attacker not to put his name on the score-sheet during a whirlwind first half, but was always looking for his team-mates and put in a good showing.
Played out of position at left-back, the Brazilian looked a little shaky early on but finished comfortably thanks to the dominance of his team.
Showed the incredible depth of talent in the Roten squad, entering from the start and putting in a phenomenal display. Scored the first, and was unlucky to see the post deny him.
Another testament to Bayern's strength in depth. Scored two goals with consummate ease in the first 45 minutes, adding a further double and an impeccable assist in a great showing.
The Germany international was a hapless figure between the posts, picked the ball out of his net several times but could do nothing on any occasion.
One of the only Hamburg defenders to come back with anything positive to his name, shining with an interception against Robben which proved to be futile.
Non-existent marking and an inability to deal with Bayern's second-string attack meant that it was a black evening for the defender.
Had no answer for Shaqiri or Robben when confronted in the middle of the pitch, and contributed to HSV's humiliation with a shoddy display. Scored the consolation.
Beaten time and again on the right flank, became accustomed to Robben steaming past him with a talent he had no answer for.
Was one of the few Hamburg players to test Neuer with a well-hit shot when the scoreline was still salvageable.
Was lucky to escape a booking early on with more than one tough tackle, but failed to cover the near post and was punished with Schweinsteiger's goal.
Was sloppy in possession throughout, gifting passes and giving Bayern ample chances to do damage.
Was overwhelmed in the middle and had no answer to the solidity of Schweinsteiger and Martinez, as the Roten dished out a painful drubbing.
R. van der Vaart
Completely ineffective as his team were humiliated across the field, made almost no impact but he was not the only Hamburg player to flop.
Looked busy in the opening minutes, chasing the Bayern defenders well, but soon got caught in the malaise and was a spectator from there on.