Bayern Munich racked up their 24th goal in just two games under Pep Guardiola with a 9-1 win over TSV Regen on Sunday.
The reigning European champions were barely tested by the provincial side in a pre-season fixture organised to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Regen’s founding.
And a hat-trick from Julian Green (his second in as many games), two strikes from Patrick Weirauch and goals from Thomas Mueller, Toni Kroos, Emre Can and Alessandro Schoepf saw them cruise home.
The game did offer up a rare moment of joy for the home fans in the sixth minute when Daniel Kopp gave Regen a shock lead, but it was all one-way traffic from then on.
It took Mueller until the 32nd minute to bring matters level, before Weirauch grabbed a brace to add to that strike by the 36th minute as the first half drew to a close with the Bundesliga champions 3-1 up.
Having spoken about his desire to try Franck Ribery in a central role in the build-up to the match, manager Guardiola opted to move the Frenchman back out wide for the second period.
And that tactical switch appeared to work wonders as Green grabbed the first of his trio of goals just two minutes after the restart.
The American then added to his tally with an hour on the clock, before Turkish-German midfielder Can got in on the act three minutes later to take the score to 6-1.
Bayern were not finished there, as Schoepf netted before Green completed his hat-trick and Kroos finalised the rout with six minutes remaining.
The result comes off the back of a 15-1 win over Wildenau on Saturday, though tougher tests are yet to come for Guardiola in pre-season.