Bayern Munich looking comfortable at the top of German Bundesliga standings as they demolished current runners up, Borussia Dortmund.
Labeled as the potential title deciding tie, Bayern immediately took control of proceedings as they were playing at home.
Pep Guardiola's men put on an aggressive pressure since early minutes and their efforts were rewarded when Thomas Muller opened the scoring on 26 minutes.
Muller continue to cause problems for Dortmund defense as the German international bagged his brace on 35 minutes from the spot kick.
The away team were able to pull one back during that first 45 minutes, as Pierre Aubameyang scored on 36 minutes.
Bayern continue to push forward in the second half as they don't give much chances for their opponent during that period.
The home side added three more goals, which two of them were netted by Robert Lewandoski while Mario Goetze completed that route.