Bayern Munich's march toward a 22nd Bundesliga title continued unabated as it beat Wolfsburg 2-0 to move 18 points clear at the top of the table.
A Mario Mandzukic goal against his former club 10 minutes before halftime and a late Arjen Robben strike were enough for Jupp Heynckes' side to maintain its momentum as it closes in on the title in record time.
Wolfsburg's failure to pick up a point could see it drop to 15th in the table this weekend as it became the latest side to feel the full force of the Bundesliga's champions-elect.
Heynckes recalled Mandzukic to his starting XI, fielding the Croatia striker against his former club with Mario Gomez returning to the bench, where Arjen Robben also took his place after making a starting appearance against Schalke a week ago.
The rotation policy did not seem to upset Bayern's imperious rhythm though, as Thomas Muller, Robben's replacement, headed the first chance of the game wide.
Wolfsburg made its own contribution to an entertaining opening, though, with Vieirinha powering a shot wide from 25 yards as the game swung from end to end.
Bayern was first to make one of its chances count in the 36th minute when Mandzukic found the target with an acrobatic effort from Bastian Schweinsteiger's header.
Benaglio was beaten in the 49th minute by Mullers shot, but Naldo was covering to clear the ball before it crossed the line.
Bayern increased the pressure with Wolfsburg no longer able to mount attacks of its own, though a free kick in the 77th minute almost got Wolfsburg back into the game.
Wolfsburg found a second wind, pegging Bayern back into its own half for much of the final 10 minutes, but then the Bavarians broke with Robben opening his account for the season from Muller's cross to seal Bayern's 18th win of the season.