Tip Of The Cap: Arjen Robben. Offensively, Bayern's attacking front of Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Douglas Costa, and Arjen Robben didn't put forth the kind of fireworks show that we saw in the Hinrunde, but it wasn't for a lack of effort. Robben came to life toward the end of the first half forcing the Borussia Dortmund defense to really take notice of him. Every time he touched the ball, the boos rang out from the BVB supporters, and if he had managed to find the back of the net, they may have torn the entire building down.
Golf Clap: Manuel Neuer. With Jerome Boateng out with injury, more responsibility falls on the shoulders of Manuel Neuer to keep his defense organized at the back. There were a few wobbles during the match, but overall the Bayern defense did an excellent job of forcing the Borussia Dortmund counterattacks out wide and stopping them from really going at Neuer. When called upon to make saves, Neuer was there to stonewall the BVB attackers and keep the match scoreless.
Standing Ovation: Arturo Vidal. Did you know that Arturo Vidal has appeared in 24 of Bayern Munich's 25 games in the Bundesliga so far this season? While the Chilean has had more downs than ups since joining Bayern, there's no questioning his positive impact during the match against Borussia Dortmund. Vidal covered a lot of ground and regularly forced BVB's midfielders to pay attention to him on the outside of their penalty area. If not for an amazing reflex save by Roman Bürki, Vidal would've scored a fantastic goal to give Bayern the win.
Meister Of The Match: Joshua Kimmich. There's been a lot of people questioning Joshua Kimmich's ability to play centerback, and Saturday's match against Borussia Dortmund was all about Kimmich putting together a Man of the Match performance. The 21 year old did an absolutely fantastic job in stymieing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus including denying Reus of a great opportunity with one of the greatest tackles that you'll see. Pep Guardiola is also tired of hearing people doubting Kimmich. "I don't want people to say he can't play in defence," Guardiola said after the match. The two had a passionate discussion on the field after the match, as Guardiola continued to teach Kimmich minutes after the end of a big rivalry game.
Jersey Swap: Roman Bürki. The last time these two teams faced each other, Roman Bürki had to pick the ball out of the back of the net on five different occasions. On Saturday, after a few shaky moments earlier, Bürki really came to life and helped Borussia Dortmund earn the draw on the day. His late save when he pushed Arturo Vidal's missile shot off the crossbar was stunning and showed the Swiss goalkeeper's cat-like reflexes.