Bayern Munich kicked off the campaign to defend the German Football League title with a convincing win over host side Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 at home in a match between the two on Friday.
Midfielder Joshua Kimmich opened the festival of goals ahead of schedule, in the fifth minute from the start of the whistle, which became the first goal of the Bavarian giants and the new Bundesliga season.
French defender Benjamin Pavard doubled the lead just six minutes later.
Senegalese striker Sadio Mane, who arrived from Liverpool at this summer’s Mercato, opened his record for the Bavarian team in the championship, scoring the third goal for Bayern in the 29th minute.
Young player Jamal Musiyala sped things up with a fourth goal in the 35th minute, while striker Serge Gnabry added a fifth goal two minutes before the end of normal time in the first half.
And then Jamal Musiala ended the festival of goals, scoring his second and sixth personal goal for Bayern Munich in the 83rd minute.
While French striker Randall Colo Mwani scored a face-saving goal by the 64th minute of the meeting, which took place at the Deutsche Bank Park stadium in Frankfurt.