Borussia Dortmund outclassed Champions League aspirants Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 as Leipzig held champions Bayern Munich to go top of the Bundesliga table.
Marco Reus scored a brace as Dortmund purred at their best at the Signal Iduna Park on Saturday.
Paco Alcacer broke the deadlock in the 28th minute with a fine finish from close range. Achraf Hakimi robbed the ball off Karim Bellarabi before whipping a cross for Alcacer, whose header went past Lukas Hradek.
Reus made it 2-0, five minutes after the break to grab his second goal of the season.
Guerreiro, who started a Bundesliga game for the first time this season, made it 3-0 seven minutes before the normal time.
Reus grabbed his second and Dortmund’s fourth in stoppage time to add to Leverkusen’s misery.
Meanwhile, RB Leipzig came from a goal down to draw 11 against Bayern Munich at the Red Bull Arena.
Emile Forsberg scored from the spot after Robert Lewandowski had scored his 7th goal of the season to put the champions ahead.
In the second half, the Bavarians were in the back foot and Leipzig had several chances to take the lead. However, Manuel Neuer was once again at his best and denied Timo Werner from close range.
Julien Nagelsmann’s men are unbeaten and top of the table with 10 points from 4 games.