Bayern Munich beat Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 at the Allianz-Arena to remain top of the Bundesliga.
Both goals were scored by Arjen Robben in the first-half of the match, the first coming just two minutes into the game.
Bayern got off to a great start when Arjen Robben headed in from close range to give them a 1-0 lead in the third minute, after his first attempt was saved by Daniel Devari.
Robben made it 2-0 on the half hour mark, as he beat Devari with a left-footed shot from inside the box, after being set up by Toni Kroos.
He had a chance at a hat-trick four minutes later, but his shot from just outside the area went just over.
Mario Gotze had a chance in the 40th minute but his shot was saved by Devari.
Just before half-time Javi Martinez had a chance to extend Bayern's lead, but his header from Kroos' ball narrowly missed.
In the 56th minute Ermin Bicakcic missed from close range for Braunschweig, after a good corner from Kevin Kratz.
Martinez had another chance in the 62nd minute, but his header just went wide of the top left corner.
Robben almost had another in the 72nd minute but his free kick attempt hit the bar, and ten minutes later forced another save from Devari.
Kratz came close for the Braunschweig with five minutes to go, but his free kick attempt deflected off the wall and hit the crossbar.