Made an acrobatic save in either half, but he could have done better on Lewandowski's clincher, and did not inspire confidence.
T. Gebre Selassie
Ran his heart out, but was close to useless when trying to stop the BVB threat. Constantly let runners in behind and seemed susceptible to the diagonal ball.
Simply could not cope with the movement of the opposition, particularly Lewandowski, who was able to find space in and around the box at will.
Sent a header over the bar with one of the hosts' better chances, but was a mess defensively, finding himself out of position regularly.
Strung up on multiple occasions by Reus out on the flanks and did not come close to offering any sort of protection in wide areas.
Had it not been for his determination to close down space in midfield, the visitors could have romped to a much larger margin of victory. Made countless important challenges.
Very disappointing when in advanced positions, as he never seemed able to provide any sort of incisive passing when on the ball.
Pulled off a few tackles, but was shown up rather badly in the latter stages of the game as Dortmund began to pick his side off at will.
Offered absolutely nothing out wide, and was a nonentity on the ball, losing it almost automatically.
The brightest spark in attack for a disheartened Bremen outfit, as his deliveries and purpose from out wide should have counted for far more than it did in the end.
F. Di Santo
An early attack at the near post aside, he never came close to giving the defence anything to worry about.
Could not help the late Bremen goal, but stopped what little else came his way.
Getting back to his best, providing solid defence and an ever-present threat going forward down the right-hand side.
Like Piszczek on the opposite flank, he took care of his defensive duties without fuss, and was a strong outlet when in attack, linking well with his team-mates.
After a shaky start he defended solidly, and added a goal to boot, stabbing home from close range following a corner.
A bit reckless with his tackles, and on another day, Dortmund could have paid the price. Booked for a late lunge on Gebre Selassie.
Unstoppable at times out wide, as his off-the-ball movement allowed him to get past his marker whenever he pleased. Menacing on the counterattack as always.
Controlled the tempo of the game from the middle of the park, and was always quick to release the ball forward to support his side on the break.
Two well-taken finishes will be a huge boost to the Armenian, who constantly looked a goalscoring threat around the box and played with real fire in his belly.
Patrolled the area in front of the back four with distinction, helping to break up a number of attacks before they gained any momentum.
Tormented the defence time and time again, holding up the ball splendidly, setting up team-mates and grabbing himself a pair of excellently taken goals to round off a magnificent outing.
Not quite as inspired as the rest of the front four, but he was still a willing runner, and his threat on the counter helped stretch the defence on the break.