Munich, Germany – Bayern Munich won for the second time in as many games on Sunday with a resounding 6-1 triumph at home against Stuttgart.
Thomas Muller scored two goals for Bayern, while Stuttgart slumped to the bottom of the league having lost its first two games.
Stuttgart grabbed the lead in the 25th minute through Martin Harnik, but that is as good as it would get for the visitors, who watched Bayern put on a stunning scoring barrage that spanned the end of the first half and the early part of the second.
Muller netted the equalizer in the 32nd minute and Toni Kroos followed it up just one minute later to give Bayern the lead.
Luis Gustavo scored again before halftime for the home side, while Mario Mandzukic tallied his second goal in as many games a few minutes after the restart.
Muller scored again in the 49th minute and Bastian Schweinsteiger capped the onslaught in the 51st before Bayern coasted home to three big points.
Hannover 4, Wolfsburg 0
Wolfsburg, Germany - A pair of goals from Artur Sobiech powered Hannover to a comfortable 4-0 win at Wolfsburg on Sunday.
Szabolcs Huszti had a hand in all four goals for the visitors and it was his cross that Karim Haggui headed home in the 10th minute to put Hannover in front.
Sobiech scored the first of his two goals midway through the opening half after a pass from Huszti, who also provided the cross that Leon Andreasen nodded past goalkeeper Diego Benaglio early in the second half.
Wolfsburg hardly managed to test Ron-Robert Zieler in the Hannover net, and Sobiech found the goal again in the 56th minute with another assist from Huszti.