Thomas Muller took his tally of Bundesliga goals to 100 with a double in Bayern Munich's 4-2 victory over Werder Bremen.
The 28-year-old forward will take heart from finally reaching the milestone, having scored just five top-flight goals last season before doubling his tally for 2017-18 on Sunday.
In an entertaining match at the Allianz Arena, Muller cancelled out Jerome Gondorf's opener when a fine display of chest control enabled him to smash past Jiri Pavlenka.
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Robert Lewandowski struck either side of an own goal from Niklas Sule, before Muller capped the win with a fine volley from James Rodriguez's throughball.
Muller, a one-club man, scored the first of his century of league goals in a 5-1 win over Borussia Dortmund in September 2009.