After a 5-0 win over Bayern Munich at Borussia-Park, Borussia Mönchengladbach advanced to the next round of the DFB Pokal.
On Wednesday night, the hosts got off to a flying start as Kouadio Koné scored just two minutes into the game.
Bayern struggled to settle into the game after being stunned early on, and Gladbach's onslaught was ripping them open in the final third.
Ramy Bensebaini scored a six-minute brace, including a silky penalty past Manuel Neuer, to put the hosts up 3-0 after just 21 minutes.
Bayern had only one shot on target after 45 minutes, a feeble attempt from Serge Gnabry that Yann Sommer comfortably saved.
Breel Embolo scored a six-minute brace and made it 5-0 before the 60-minute mark, seemingly putting the visitors' chances of a comeback out of reach.
Gladbach advances to the round of 16, while Bayern is eliminated in the second round for the second time.