( dpa ) - Luca Toni scored twice as Bayern Munich showed no ill-effects from their midweek UEFA Cup exertions, hammering Borussia Dortmund 5-0 to extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 10 points.
In Sunday's other match, Simon Rolfes also netted a brace as Bayer Leverkusen beat defending champions VfB Stuttgart 3-0 to move up two places to fourth.
Werder Bremen thrashed Schalke 5-1 Saturday to return to second behind Bayern, who move on to 60 points thanks to their facile victory at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
Ottmar Hitzfeld's side showed no signs of tiredness after their extra-time win over Getafe in the quarter-final of the UEFA Cup on Thursday and found themselves in front after just three minutes when Lukas Podolski curled in an unstoppable shot from the edge of the area.
Ze Roberto made it 2-0 five minutes later, calmly slotting home Philipp Lahm's pinpoint cross.
Luca Toni, the hero against Getafe with a brace in the last five minutes of extra-time, made it 3-0 on 18 minutes and the Italy striker ended the game as a contest four minutes later, slamming home Ze Roberto's cross at the far post.
Andreas Ottl completed the rout midway through the second half with a well struck shot from 20 metres to make it 5-0.
Leverkusen leapfrogged Stuttgart and Hamburg thanks to goals from Rolfes and Stefan Kiessling.
Stuttgart had the better of the early exchanges with Cacao skewing a glorious opportunity wide and Roberto Hilbert rounding Stuttgart goalkeeper Rene Adler only to hit so a week shot that Adler was able to recover and clear the danger.
Armin Veh's side paid the price on 41 minutes when Stuttgart goalkeeper Sven Ulreich punched the ball into the path of Rolfes, who volleyed into the unguarded net.
Kiessling made it 2-0 for Leverkusen a minute before break as once again the 19-year-old Ulreich failed to clear the ranks.
Rolfes netted his second of the game, albeit fortunately, 20 minutes from time when Matthieu Delpierre's attempted clearance bounced off his shins and looped over Ulreich.
The victory sees Leverkusen move on to 47 points, ahead of Hamburg on goal difference, who on Saturday slumped to a 1-0 home defeat to struggling MSV Duisburg.
At the lower end of the table, Energie Cottbus secured a third successive league win for the first time in their Bundesliga history by beating fellow strugglers Arminia Bielefeld 1-0.
Hansa Rostock clinched a 2-1 victory at SC Karlsruhe to end a series of seven games without a win, Hanover beat Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1, and Bochum and Hertha Berlin finished 1-1.
Nuremberg are now bottom, two points adrift of Bielefeld and Duisburg.
Their match Friday evening with visiting VfL Wolfsburg was abandoned at half-time after torrential rain left the pitch waterlogged.