Robert Lewandowski scored two goals either side of halftime on Saturday as Bayern Munich beat Union Berlin 4-0 to keep their lead in the Bundesliga title race.
The Bavarians, who won their last two league games after drawing the previous two, are on 63 points, seven ahead of second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who face Cologne on Sunday. There are seven games remaining after the weekend.
Bayern took the lead in the 16th minute when Union goalkeeper Andreas Luthe was stunned by a Kingsley Coman strike from outside the box.
Tanguy Nianzou scored with a powerful header in the 25th minute, and Lewandowski converted a stoppage-time penalty to put the visitors three goals ahead at the break.
The Polish International added his second two minutes later to bring his league record to 31 goals this season, before the hosts slowed the game considerably.
Bayern also established a new league record with 81 goals scored by the 27th matchday.