Barely called into action apart from his failed attempt to stop Marx's penalty, but was fortunate on one occasion not to be punished for a rash decision to leave his area.
Struggled desperately against Cigerci early on, and failed to provide a decent crossing option that Bayern so dearly required.
Was in equal parts unlucky and naive to see an innocuous handball called for a penalty, but otherwise defended proficiently both on the ground and in the air.
A towering display against his old club, constantly a threat from set-pieces and desperately lucky not to fulfil the 'law of the ex' and score.
An excellent defensive performance, but could not provide the same spark further up the field that we have seen so often previously.
Injury had hampered the midfielder's preparations during the week, and he lasted barely half an hour before coming off.
Was given even greater responsibility in holding together the midfield when Martinez retired, but responded well and even had a few chances on goal.
Never stopped moving around the Gladbach area, testing the defence and winning several fouls in key positions. Lacked a bit of precision in the box.
You could feel the anticipation in the Allianz Arena every time the ball arrived at Franck's feet. Always a danger and provided the neat pass that played in Shaqiri.
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Ineffective up front before being taken off for Gomez, seemed more concerned with imposing himself physically on his markers than breaking free.
M. ter Stegen
A towering first-half from the keeper, who made a couple of great saves as well as claiming every cross thrown at him. Got even better after the break.
Completely marshalled the left side of defence, ensuring the likes of Lahm were given little space to test with crosses.
Was given the daunting job of marking Ribery, but acquitted himself well and also covered excellently in the penalty area.
A wonderful tackle on Gomez as the game was entering its final few seconds ensured that Monchengladbach would leave Munich with a share of the points.
Along with partner in the middle of defence Stranzl, stood up admirably to Bayern's dynamic attacking movement and ensured that Ter Stegen was protected in front of goal. Impeccable in the air.
Occasionally found himself marooned on the right touchline and starved of possesion, but looked decent with the ball at feet.
Did a fine job at anchoring the away midfield, passing the ball away and rarely surrendering possession. Capped his performance with a nerveless penalty that threatened the upset.
One of two Gladbach players to be booked, testament to a physical showing in the middle of the pitch. Occasionally off the pace, exposed by Bayern's rapid attacks.
His bamboozling runs caused Bayern no end of grief as he cut in from the left flank. Won the penalty off Boateng.
The Venezuelan's most notable contribution was defensively, coming back to clear off the line. Always looked for the ball, and more often than not used it effectively.
The striker never really got going in Allianz Arena, suffering as the lone forward against two centre-backs who refused to give him a moment's space.
The sub took his time to get going after coming in for Martinez, but he converted his goal with class and almost added another from a set-piece.
Was a vast improvement on Mandzukic on appearing in the second half, but will be disappointed at squandering a one-on-one in the dying seconds.