Bayern Munich strolled to a 4-1 victory over Bourssia Dortmund to cement their place at the top of the Bundesliga.
Bayern were ahead after just four minutes after an excellent Franck Ribery goal, and Robert Lewandowski made it two after 10 minutes.
Dortmund were on the ropes, as Bayern hammered at their defence relentlessly, but Raphael Guerreiro pulled one back with a superb strike.
In the second half, Arjen Robben made it three, and Bayern starved them of possession as they eased towards a fifth consecutive Bundesliga title. Lewandowski's penalty made sure of an emphatic victory, leaving Dortmund in fourth, and establishing Bayern's 10 point lead at the top.
Bayern show the advantage of experience: Of the Bayern side, Philipp Lahm, Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery and Xabi Alonso will all need to be replaced in the near future. Dortmund had their young, promising stars, but they were cowed by the occasion and kept quiet by Bayern's old heads.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich): He scored the goal that sealed victory, and he won the free kick that allowed Bayern to score their second. He showed a constant threat down the right wing and showed why despite being 34, he remains a first-choice player in the biggest matches for Bayern.
Bayern Munich: Ulreich 6, Boateng 6, Lahm 7, Martinez 6, Alaba 7, Alonso 6, Thiago 6, Vidal 7, Robben 8, Ribery 7, Lewandowski 8. Subs: Hummels 6, Costa 6, Kimmich 6.
Borussia Dortmund: Burki 6, Bartra 6, Ginter 6, Sokratis 6, Schmelzer 6, Passlack 6, Pusilic 6, Guerreiro 7, Castro 5, Dembele 5, Aubameyang 6. Subs: Mor 6, Rode 6.
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