Reigning Bundesliga champions FC Bayern München eased into the second round of the DFB-Pokal with a dominant 5-0 win over Regionalliga Nordost outfit Carl Zeiss Jena on Friday.
The Bavarians were expected to make short work of their lower-league opponents and did not disappoint as none other than Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring just three minutes into the match.
The Poland international added his second in the 34th minute before completing a first-half hat-trick two minutes before the break.
The Bavarians continued to control the match, but had to wait until the 72nd minute for Arturo Vidal to add the fourth.
They weren't finished, however, as Mats Hummels added a fifth five minutes later to add the icing on top of a resounding performance.
Elsewhere, Vegar Eggen Hedenstad (16'), Soren Gonther (61') and Marvin Ducksch (89') all got on the scoresheet for St. Pauli, who saw off Lubeck 3-0.