Bayern Munich extended their winning ways when they faced Eintracht Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena.
The visitors were no show to the champions who took a four points lead at the Bundesliga table ahead of rivals Borussia Dortmund.
Leon Goretzka opened scoring for the host when his long range shot went past Frankfurt net before Thomas Muller doubled the lead before half time.
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Robert Lewandowski added the third a minute into the second half thanks to Kingsley Coman’s cross.
Eintracht Frankfurt scored two goals in a span of three minutes promising an incredible comeback thanks to Martin Hinteregger.
Alphonso Davies netted the fourth for Bayern following a defensive blunder by the visitors before Martin Hinteregger scored an own goal when Serge Gnabry flicker caught the defender.
It was the fifth Bundesliga loss for Frankfurt who now stand at position 13 with 28 points, five points above the relegation zone.
Coronavirus guidelines followed
Hygiene was paramount again following the coronavirus pandemic. Facilities at the stadium were disinfected leaving nothing at risk.
Managers and substitutes maintained a 2 metre distance between them with masks on as stipulated by health officials.
What missed was the huge number of fans at the Allianz Arena who ignite the football mood especially now that they have won 16 out of their 17 games.
Thomas Muller did what he is well known for as he netted his 117 goal in the league and joined top European players with 17+ assists in a single season.