Bayern Munich annihilated Werder Bremen 7-0 at the Weserstadion to extend their league unbeaten run to 40 matches on Saturday.
Even though the treble champions totally tore apart their opponents, it took them just over 20 minutes to break the deadlock when Assani Lukimya deflected a Franck Ribery cross to give the visitors the lead.
Daniel van Buyten rose highest in the box to head home a Toni Kroos free-kick and double Bayern’s lead with 27 minutes on the clock.
The ever impressive Ribery then got on the score-sheet himself in the 38th minute after the visitors broke on the right before Mario Mandzukic centred for the Frenchman who slotted confidently past Raphael Wolf in the Werder Bremen goal.
Mandzukic then added the champion’s fourth after the half-time interval, finishing off at the back post after linking up with Ribery once more to silence the fans at the Weserstadion.
Manuel Neuer had a relatively quiet afternoon but the German international was called into action to prevent an Aaron Hunt from pulling one back for the hosts, after saving a Eljero Elia effort in the first-half.
German international forward Thomas Müller got in the act himself with 68 minutes played, after a smart turn and finish to make it 5-0 to the German champions.
Bayern’s star man Ribery then grabbed his second of the game in the 83rd minute when he side-footed home a low cut-back from David Alaba into the far post and add more misery to Werder’s afternoon.
Summer signing wrapped up the victory to make it 7-0 to the away side, as he confidently scored from close range in the 90th minute of the game and reach the milestone of 40 league games unbeaten for Pep Guardiola's men.