Could do very little about the first three goals but was at sixes and sevens for Pizarro's overhead kick.
Strong in the tackle and stood tall enough, but the individual brilliance of Bayern's attackers meant that his efforts were deemed futile.
Had a performance to forget as he was all at sea on numerous occasions - in no part due to Gotze's man-of-the-match display. Replaced early in the second half.
Made a number of crucial interceptions in the first half, yet he was bypassed after the break, as Bayern opted to penetrate the wings instead.
Lacked consistency over the 90 minutes but troubled the Bayern defence with his powerful shooting and creativity in the final third. His persistence was rewarded with a terrific effort to pull one back for his side.
Anchored the midfield well enough, mostly due to Kroos and Schweinsteiger's uneventful performances, and remained disciplined throughout the match.
Partnering Badelj in the heart of Hamburg's midfield, he was a slight pest for Bayern to contend with, as he won a few free kicks for his team, but was ultimately outclassed.
Always willing to make himself available and make space for his team-mates, the young attacker's end product was woeful.
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Despite the odd flashes of brilliance, including a magnificent turn-and-shot in the box, the No. 10's influence on proceedings waned and was replaced in the second half.
Profited from Dante's uncertain start to the match as he held the ball up well at times, but his finishing was wayward and was soon rendered redundant.
Much like Diekmeier, the Czech full-back was brutally exposed by Robben by the end of the match, as he could not get to grips with the Dutchman's pace.
Although only busy in fits and spurts, the goalkeeper made a number of important saves, including a world-class stop to deny Calhanoglu, thus allowing Bayern to make easy work of their victory.
Attacked well down the left, although his adventurous approach meant that he did not track Calhanoglu often enough.
Bailed out Dante on a few occasions early in the match, before a few erratic moments were followed by being needlessly sent off for raising an arm at Demirbay.
Did not have to hit top gear, as he preferred to drop deep whenever he could, but his ownership of the right flank could not be disputed.
Very suspect early on, as he misjudged a few back passes to Neuer and failed to inspire confidence in his backline. However, he was a dominant figure in the second half, winning many key battles.
Was not afraid to combine with team-mates, as he found pockets of space frequently, but many of his through balls did not come off. Still, he could not be faulted for his commitment and enthusiasm.
Did not stop running all afternoon as he dazzled at times. Constantly dragged opposition defenders out of position with his movement and was rewarded with two goals.
Ran the midfield almost single-handedly at times, as he worked his socks off to ensure his fellow attackers could perform to their full capabilities.
An uncharacteristically quiet performance from the midfielder, who showed no intent to press forward and instead opted to shift through the motions.
May not have got himself on the scoresheet but was pivotal in the supporting cast thanks to his mazy dribbling and utilised his vision to assist both of the opening goals.
Playing as a lone striker, the Germany forward was not much of an outlet in his role, but his versatility meant that he dropped deep often to interchange, resulting in a goal to his name.