Match ratings according to a goal.com article
. Funnily enough they gave Ribery the "top of the match" despite giving Badstuber and Schweinsteiger a higher rating.
Manuel Neuer 6.5
No mistakes this time from the Germany international, although he was never really tested. Had to come off his line quickly a couple times, but overall had very little to do.
Willy Sagnol recently said the Brazilian right-back has much to prove and this time Rafinha did not entirely convince. The partnership between he and Robben was far less impressive than that between Lahm and Ribery. Not entirely convincing in defence either; he was badly dispossessed by Mandzukic to create a good chance, and left Koo with a clear path towards goal. Could have been punished, but was lucky twice.
Jerome Boateng 7.5
A very strong game from the versatile defender, who was at home in a central role. Made one mistake as he was beaten on 24 minutes, and that costs him a better rating. But for the other 89 minutes and 55 seconds, he did everything right: that Mandzukic and Dejagah created nothing on their own merit speaks volumes for the defender.
Philipp Lahm 6.5
A somewhat mixed performance from the captain, who started extremely well but was guilty of a woefully poor back-pass on 12 minutes that could have cost his team the game. Rebounded well from his most recent performance, but still left something to be desired.
Holger Badstuber 8.0
Played a quietly brilliant game. The defender on several occasions was quick to anticipate play and cut off potential opportunities. Kept Mandzukic and Dejagah very quiet and won nearly all his challenges. Assured with the ball at his feet and outstanding when without possession.
Franck Ribéry 7.5
His team's greatest danger in attack: the Frenchman had a volley saved in the opening minutes and was very unlucky not to win a penalty before half-time. He never became discouraged and it was his free kick that forced the opener.
Arjen Robben 6.5
Credited with a goal, but that was all Olic's doing. Made one brilliant move to get past Rodriguez in the opening minutes, but it was one isolated occasion: on the whole, he just did not do very much. And of great concern to Bayern fans, he appears to have lost some of his pace.
Bastian Schweinsteiger 8.0
Bossed the game in an anchoring role. Was everywhere his team needed him in defence and was extremely clean in retaining possession and keeping the ball moving in the pass. Deserved an assist for his clever ball to Gomez. Made one mistake, but followed it up an instant later with a superb tackle.
Toni Kroos 7.0
Formally played alongside Schweinsteiger in a defensive role, but in reality was most localised to an area higher up the pitch. Saw less of the ball than usual, but moved into space well, won the ball back when necessary and played some clever passes. That Bayern were able to play well with him as a No. 6 speaks well for the player's development.
Thomas Müller 5.0
The most industrious man on the pitch before his substitution, but, as he often has this season, failed to show a cutting edge. Badly missed his one chance on goal before half-time and appeared not to have the confidence to create play when in possession.
Mario Gomez 7.0
There is only one man in the world who can stop Gomez, and that is the striker himself. Had a goal called offside and appeared to lose his confidence after missing a sitter on 19 minutes. Finally got his goal on the hour mark - scrappy though it was, it made the difference. Replaced for the final quarter hour.
David Alaba N/A
On only for a few moments at the end.
Luiz Gustavo Dias 6.0
Replaced Muller for the final 24 minutes and played well without doing anything spectacular. Had one look at goal but was a little over-ambitious as he went for an audacious chip when a low strike to the far post would have sufficed.
Ivica Olic 7.0
Rather quiet in his 15 minutes of play, but made his impact felt in the closing seconds as he chipped Benaglio, doing all the hard work for Robben's goal.