Jersey Swap: Hector Moreno. When your team only possesses the ball for 27% of the game, you're going to be spending a lot of time defending and Moreno did as admirable a job as could be expected. He's a pest. The kind of guy you hate to play against, but he is effective.
Tip Of The Cap: Philipp Lahm. The elder statesman has proven in this game that he still has something left in the tank. For a 32 year old with a lot of tread on his tires, he still finds ways to outwork the opposition and remain technically proficient. He had a passing accuracy of 96% which is remarkable given the marathon level amount of work he put in. It appears rumors of his demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Golf Clap: David Alaba. While he may have looked a little soft on the defensive end at times, David Alaba still found ways to contribute with four passes that led to shots on goal as well as the assist on the game winning goal and firing in cross after cross from the left side of the pitch.
Standing Ovation: Mats Hummels. The new center back had what could be described as a quiet game, but he was effective throughout the match. His tackle at the edge of the penalty area saved what would have been a very dangerous chance for PSV and had another breakup that prevented a one on one opportunity as well.
Meister Of The Match: Robert Lewandowski. He was peppering PSV all game long to the tune of eight shots, hitting three crossbars and, by the way, managing to bag both of Bayern's goals. Despite some very stout defending on the part of PSV, Lewandowski was too hot to handle.