Jersey Swap: Ante Rebic. The 23 year old Croatian made quick work of one of the best right back's in history as he constantly ran past (and even through) Phillipp Lahm. Branimir Hrgota was the one who flubbed a few scoring chances, but it was Rebic who was the one largely responsible for setting up those attacking runs.
Bonus Swap: Marco Russ. He made his first Bundesliga appearance since his cancer diagnosis last May. Keep up the fight, Marco. We're all cheering for you.
Tip Of The Cap: Douglas Costa. He tied for the team lead in shots and led in shots on goal, scoring one of them to make the game 2-0 and put Bayern comfortably in the drivers seat. His pace, dribbling and crossing was on full display as he made several strong attacking runs. Even though he appeared out of position, often overloading the right flank, leaving the left vulnerable, he recovered well and played a very strong game.
Golf Clap: Mats Hummels. He made the tackle of the year. Branimir Hrgota had the ball all alone, dribbling past Manuel Neuer and nothing between him and the back of the net but grass. Out of nowhere, in comes Mats Hummels to knock his effort just wide and keep it a scoreless game. It was a masterful, heroic effort from Hummels who, outside of that great save, played a very strong game at center back.
Standing Ovation: Thiago Alcantara. Bayern had a lot of trouble maintaining possession in this game, often giving it away fairly cheaply. Thiago played a small part in that, but played a massive role in fixing those mistakes and breaking up the Frankfurt counters. He had a mind boggling 13 interceptions and led the team in touches and passes completing them at a 91% clip. He has a strong argument for the Meister, even without showing up on the scoresheet, but don't discount how massive his effort was in maintaining control over this game for Bayern.
Meister Of The Match: Robert Lewandowski. Could it be anyone else? He grabbed his 100th goal in a Bayern jersey and has 40 goals in 41 competitive matches this season. If not for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring one for Dortmund, Lewa would be tied for the goal scoring lead. His first goal off a brilliant effort from Thomas Muller opened the games scoring and his third put the game to bed, allowing Carlo Ancelotti to put two of his youngsters, as well as Jerome Boateng, in the game. It was a classic game from Big Shot Bob.