The Germany international goalkeeper didn't have an awful lot to do, but commanded his area well to ensure that Man United didn't make set pieces count.
A couple of nervy moments for the central defender, including a sliced clearance that nearly looped over Neuer. Generally, made good clearing headers and interceptions.
A solid physical performance from the Brazilian, who didn't allow Welbeck enough time and space to hurt Die Roten on the break.
A classy performance from the Bayern captain once again, as he slotted into both right-back and central midfield, keeping the ball effortlessly.
Pushed forward centrally, bringing back memories of his youth days as a midfield option. Fed Ribery plenty of possession throughout.
The former Dortmund man was lively and pushed into the penalty area as often as possible, but didn't try his luck from range himself.
Didn't hit the target from range, but held the central midfield position, allowing for Gotze and Muller to push on. Showed his passing range once again.
Was initially dealt with well by Jones, but as the second half wore on, the France international had plenty more joy, providing a number of brilliant crosses.
The flying Dutchman was in excellent form once again, netting the third of Bayern's goals to ensure that the game was beyond the Red Devils. Provided the assist for Muller's clever finish.
Scored Bayern's second with an instinctive flick of a finish and looked to press into the box to challenge aerially whenever he could.
Netted the first of Bayern's goals, turning home an excellent header, escaping the challenge of Evra to nod past De Gea. An aerial threat throughout.
Had little to do apart from pick the ball out of his net three times. The Spanish goalkeeper made a few comfortable, routine saves, but that was all.
The left-back scored an excellent opener for United, firing a thunderbolt off the underside of the crossbar, but was arguably at fault for all of Bayern's goals.
Dealt with Ribery very well in the first half and put in some excellent defensive headers, he just couldn't contend with Ribery for the full 90 minutes.
The former Fulham man was a colossus in the centre of defence, winning plenty of headers and denying Bayern from winning by a greater margin.
Made two important blocks, but the Serbian defender was otherwise in the shadow of his young defensive counterpart.
Offered nothing going forward, but the defensive midfielder sat in well, making in compact in front of the travelling defence and picked out a few well-hit long passes.
Threaded through some good passes in the first half, inviting Evra to get forward down the left hand side, but faded after the break.
Usually key for control and calm, the Scotland international didn't see a great deal of possession and struggled with the pace of the game.
Broke well down the right whenever he could, turning home a disallowed finish in the first half. As the game progressed, he sat deeper and deeper.
Plenty of running from the England international, who looked exhausted after coming off. Had no chances, but worried the Bayern central defence with his movement.
Spurned two excellent chances for the away side, failing to convert what would have been vital goals. Didn't look very fit, but still should have been on the scoresheet.