BERLIN: Thomas Muller scored twice on his 400th Bundesliga start and Harry Kane grabbed his 33rd league goal of the season in Bayern Munich’s 5-1 Bundesliga win away to Union Berlin.

Leon Goretzka and 18-year-old Mathys Tel were also on target as coach Thomas Tuchel capped a successful week which had included progress to the Champions League semi-finals.

Second-placed Bayern ceded the title to Bayer Leverkusen last week but have moved to 66 points from 30 matches, three points clear of Stuttgart who visit Werder Bremen on Sunday.

Tuchel said: “We’re pleased. It has been a perfect week for us. Coming here and winning like this certainly wasn’t a given, so well done to the lads. It was a team performance in a tough game.”

Bayern led on the half-hour when Tel’s pass into the box was left by Muller and Goretzka shot off the underside of the bar against relegation-threatened Union. Kane scored the second with a 30-metre free-kick and it was more of the same in the second half as Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s cross was rifled into the net by Muller.

Teenager Tel finished from Kane’s pass just past the hour mark before a rampant Bayern added a fifth through Muller. Yorbe Vertessen scored a late consolation for the home side who are three points above the relegation playoff spot.

RB Leipzig moved three points clear in the fourth Champions League qualifying place with a 2-1 win at Heidenheim.