Could do little for the first goal, though will be frustrated at failing to deal with Dante's header and was embarrassed further when Manduzkic fired the fifth through his legs.
Looked comfortable early on as Bayern focused their attack down the left, but once Robben got involved, he struggled to contain his runs. Never quite got to grips with Mandzukic, either.
Started well enough but the game rather passed him by for the final hour. He frequently lost the ball in his own half as he tried to start moves for his side from the back.
Held the line well alongside Westermann but never looked comfortable as Bayern bossed proceedings. Switched off for Manduzkic's second.
Failed to stop Gotze from bursting clear for the first goal and was pulled out of position regularly by the runs of the Germany international. Booked for a frustrated challenge.
Was bright and industrious in the first half but soon faded as Bayern seized control of the game. One or two efforts came about as close as anything else his side could muster.
One of Hamburg's brightest players, Tested Neuer with a low shot and was one of the only players willing to bomb forward for his side to link up with the attack. Faded later on.
Sat far too deep to affect the play, even though, like Rincon, his work-rate was largely commendable.
R. van der Vaart
Did his best to encourage his side with some high pressing early on but was forced off in the first half having failed to influence proceedings.
Battled well in the early part of the game but couldn't get to grips with Kroos and Thiago, and rather gave up as Bayern took control in the second half.
Fluffed his final pass when presented with the only two attacking chances that came his way. Barely had Bayern's backline worried throughout. Replaced late on.
Dealt with one or two crosses and two comfortable low saves in what was a quiet night for Germany's No.1.
His usual composed self at the heart of the side, Bayern's pivot supreme was given far too much time and space as Badejl and Rincon sat deep. Replaced by Schweinsteiger.
Allowed the Hamburg attack one or two glimpses of space but was largely untested.
Buoyed by his Brazil call-up, he looked eager to get forward when possible down the right and marshalled his flank well. Powered his header home emphatically.
Spent most of the time in Hamburg's half, he did allow John space to roam into on occasions. Set up Mandzukic's third with a dangerous free kick.
Hamburg dropped deeper and deeper to allow him time and space right up to the half-way line. One potentially-costly slip was tidied up by Rafinha.
Drifted in and out in the early stages but soon began to exert control over the middle, and picked out Robben with a brilliant long pass for the Dutchman's goal.
One or two loose early touches aside, his was a fine display on the left of the attack. Drove into the box to set up the first and showed quick feet to find Mandzukic for his second.
Pulled the strings well in the middle and showed flashes of delightful interplay with Robben. Quiet but effective.
Barely had a touch in the opening half-hour but soon came to life as he began to roam in field. Took his goal expertly and laid on a fine pass for Gotze for the fourth.
A morale-boosting star turn. His first two goals were tap-ins, but his movement in the area gifted him the time and space he needed, and his third was well-taken on the turn. Excellent, clinical display.