What started off on an even footing petered out into a show of dominance from Bayern as they put the Nerazzurri to the sword. In fact, such was Bayern’s dominance on the night that Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana found himself in with a shout of being named the home side’s best player.

The Cameroonian goalkeeper was called into action time and again as Bayern rained shots onto the Inter goal. Leroy Sane finally broke the deadlock in the 25th minute. Julian Nagelsmann’s men were relentless and kept the pressure up on the Inter goal.

Andre Onana: 7/10
Onana made his debut on the night and gave an excellent account of his short-stopping abilities.
Danilo D’Ambrosio: 4/10
The Inter skipper put in a rudderless performance that saw his defence be all but out at sea.
Milan Skriniar: 5/10
Skriniar gave a decent account of himself but could do little to stem Bayern’s relentless pressing.
Alessandro Bastoni: 5/10
The youngster is still some way off his best but put his Milan derby disaster class behind him.
Denzel Dumfries: 4/10
Dumfries made several runs upfield and looked to arrive at the back post to find the net.
Henrikh Mkitaryan: 6/10
The Armenian playmaker only recently got back from an injury layoff but was comfortably the Nerazzuri’s best player in the midfield.
Marcelo Brozovic: 4/10
The Croat’s body language and performance left much to be desired. On a night where Inzaghi needed his midfield general to step up, Brozovic went AWOL.
Hakan Calhanoglu: 4/10
The Turk did little to put the Bayern defence under threat but lacked the same imagination going forward.
Robin Gosens: 5/10
The former Atalanta man showed the drive and desire to get forward whenever possible.
Edin Dzeko: 6/10
The Bosnian started off well and got into some promising positions. His decision making was infuriating in the early minutes as he failed to play the right players into space.
Lautaro Martinez: 6/10
The Argentine started brightly and saw an early effort whiz past the goal.