Robert Lewandoski finally broke his duck against Fortuna Dusseldorf and scored as Bayern Munich ran out five-nil winners.
There was really no surprise in Bayern Munich defeating Fortuna Dusseldorf to move ten points clear at the top of the Bundesliga.
Within 15 minutes the hosts were in the lead, by virtue of an own goal from Jorgensen.
French World Cup winner then capitalized on Bayern dominance when he scored in the 29th minute.
Would Lewandowski ever score against Dusseldorf?
The answer came in the 43rd minute as the Polish striker ensured his side went in at halftime with the game all but over at three-nil.
Five minutes after the restart Lewandowski was freely scoring against this opponent just like any other when he made it four-nil in the 50th minute.
The demolition was over only two minutes later as Alphonso Davies stole the ball from the Dusseldorf defender on the edge of the area and ran through the others like a hot knife through butter.
Five-nil and game over.
Can anyone really stop Hansi Flick’s Bayern Munich machine?