Never looked completely at ease as all hell broke loose in front of him with his defence proving unstable throughout. Saw Eto'o's goal go through his legs, and could have got down quicker with Sneijder's effort.
D. Van Buyten
Hardly looked solid, but Bayern were no better after he was replaced with Badstuber, and his commanding presence had gotten them out of a couple of spots in the first half.
Just not as involved as he'd have hoped. Showed great skill in almost dancing through the Inter defence, but was fighting a losing battle at the back as his team-mates foundered.
Was shaken off all too often as Inter's forwards made hay. Far too lightweight against Eto'o, allowing the Cameroonian to set up the winner.
His penetration was excellent, but his final ball and his finishing sometimes failed him as Bayern wasted countless first half chances. They'd pay for it in the end.
Did his substitution change the balance of the tie? And was he injured enough to have been sacrificed for Altintop? Added two assists to his one in the first leg, but he won't be playing in the quarter-finals.
Patrolled the midfield with authority in the first half, but nowhere near as commanding after the break as he couldn't drive Bayern on top with a killer third goal.
Again looked excellent on the ball, but didn't always get as close to Robben as he did at San Siro. Put in a few excellent tackles, helping to force Inter long at times, but couldn't stop the chances coming.
All at sea far too often as Eto'o and Pandev in particular were given time and space to hold up, turn and run. Stood off as Pandev fired over, then was nowhere to be seen as the Macedonian won it.
His gambling paid off again as he managed to put Bayern back ahead when pouncing on Julio Cesar's fumble with a clever overhead lob, but he had so many 'if only's' that might have led to a different story.
Took his goal superbly, but in a goalmouth scramble later on, he failed to get to the ball as it spun on the line, with Ranocchia somehow clearing. It was one of a number of chances Bayern will regret not having taken.
Made some very important saves in the final 70 minutes, but he had his team-mates to thank for being a Champions League quarter-finalist for the second year running. Consecutive errors on the big night calls into question Inter's goalkeeping options for the future.
Jekyll and Hyde to say the least. In the first half he looked like the European novice he is, giving up far too much space and coughing up posession too regularly to boot, but in the second he was at times commanding, making some excellent interceptions.
Not his greatest night, but he was at times Inter's key attacker down the right as the lack of go-forward from midfield put the Nerazzurri at a disadvantage.
Looked out on his feet at times late in the first half as Bayern racked up the chances, but somehow got blocks in with great recovery skills and was part of a much more assured back four after the break.
Struggled against Robben once more as the Dutchman added two assists to his recent hex over the left back. Improved after Robben went off, but he certainly will be glad to see the back of him.
When he was withdrawn with a knock, it appeared his early efforts would be in vain. Fought hard enough, but went missing as a midfielder when Bayern were on top.
Never seems to be able to effectively knit the longer passes, but his short passing game was important tonight as Sneijder dropped closer to the midfield. Unfortunate in seeing his cut-out touch fall straight to Robben for Bayern's second.
Struggled in the midfield battle, and let Robben ghost past him far too easily at times, never more so than on Bayern's second goal.
Without actually dominating, he was always in the game, and added a hand in the late winner to his all-important equalising goal. Also showed fantastic courage in getting back and helping out in his own box. He's one man who won't give the trophy up without a fight.
His poise wasn't the greatest, but his determination to keep getting the ball and trying again was outstanding. Missed one great chance after superb hold-up play, but then bagged a fantastic winner.
Became one of the Champions League's all-time greats with his latest magnificent showing. If there was ever any doubt about his status as Inter's talisman this season, a goal and two assists in their biggest moment of the campaign proved it. Movement to die for. Desire of a great.
- 1 H. Butt
Replaced Van Buyten, but was unable to prevent the defence crumbling in the face of Inter's clever counter-attacks.
- 16 A. Ottl
Brought on in desperation for Breno at the end.
- 44 A. Tymoshchuk
Came on for Robben in the pivotal change, and found the going tough as Inter went for broke.
- 18 M. Klose