Bayern Munich 8-0 Hamburger SV
Bayern Munich: Thomas Müller (21, 55), Mario Götze (23, 88), Arjen Robben (36, 47), Robert Lewandowski (56), Franck Ribery (69)
Bayern Munich: None
Hamburg: Rafael Van der Vaart (27)
Lineups and Stats
Lineup: Neuer; Bernat, Badstuber, Benatia (Ribery 59), Rafinha; Alaba, Schweinsteiger - Götze - Müller (Gaudino 66), Lewandowski, Robben (Pizarro 71)
Not used: Reina, Badstuber, Gaudino, Pizarro
Shots: 25 (Robben 6)
Shots on goal: 14 (Schweinsteiger 5)
Lineup: Drobny - Marcos (Ostrzolek 57), Westermann, Djourou, Götz - Jansen, Van der Vaart (Jiracek 57), Diaz, Stieber - Rudnevs, Olic (Müller 23)
Not used: Reina, Dante, Rode, Weiser
Shots: 7 (Rudnevs, Jansen 2)
Shots on goal: 2 (Rudnevs 2)
"We played well and our build-up play was better than it has been recently. I'm happy because we're back in the groove. We'll turn our focus to the Champions League now. Xabi Alonso had a minor problem with a sprain and we didn't want to take any risks."
"You obviously enjoy it when you play like we did today. We worked hard, kept it simple and moved well. We talked a lot out there on the pitch and that also makes life easier. Our build-up play was much improved compared to recent weeks and our attacks were better."
"8-0 and a great performance! It's always good when you score lots of goals. It'll obviously be a completely different game on Tuesday, but we're up for it. I'm delighted we played so well."
Joe Zinnbauer (HSV coach)
"I'll not forget this day for the rest of my life. There's not a lot to discuss when you've lost 8-0. We have to apologise to our fans because 8-0 is unbelievable, although we did meet incredibly strong opponents today. The margin of victory is the right one. We have to pick ourselves up, put the game behind us as fast as we can and show a reaction against Gladbach."