Bayern Munich continued their march to retaining the European Champions League on Wednesday night with an intimidating 5-0 win over Czech side Viktoria Plzen at the Allainz Arena in Munich.
Pep Guardiola's side were truly at odds with the amount of chances they created throughout the game and in truth should have scored a lot more than just five goals, as Plzen simply held on for dear life.
Franck Ribery kicked things off with a penalty, after being brought down in the 25th minute, before David Alaba's exquisite individual run made it two before half time. Once the break was over, the gates truly opened and Bayern effectively went to town on their visitors for the evening.
To see what we took from the one-sided affair, click Begin Slideshow.