Borussia Dortmund moved within two points of the Bundesliga leaders with a comprehensive 5-1 win over 10-man Freiburg at Signal Iduna Park.
Sébastien Haller scored his first competitive goal since being diagnosed with testicular cancer in the summer to keep up their pursuit of a first title in over a decade.
As such, it came as little surprise that they were under pressure from the off, with Dortmund keen to make their superiority count in the early stages.
Nico Schlotterbeck came back to haunt his former side, as he produced an extraordinary finish to power home from an incredibly tight angle after Freiburg failed to clear a corner.
Luckily for him, Dortmund responded in style, netting twice within six minutes of the restart to put the game beyond Freiburg.
First, Karim Adeyemi produced an intricate one-two with Jude Bellingham, before slotting home his first Bundesliga goal on home soil.
Moments later, one of the most popular goals in world football went in, as Haller nodded home his first goal since recovering from illness, on World Cancer Day no less, producing an incredible reaction from fans and teammates alike.
Freiburg, meanwhile, have seen their European hopes dented with a fourth loss from their last seven road trips – with those defeats seeing them concede an alarming 18 goals!