Bayern Munich secured a 2-0 win over Nuremberg to claim the bragging right in the Bavarian derby.
Few minutes after Josip Drmic and Daniel Ginczek almost placed the hosts ahead, Mario Mandzukic opened scoring for runaway leaders Nayern with an aerial side-footed shot from eight yards out.
Thomas Muller almost doubled the champions’ lead when he headed wide a rebound from an Arjen Robben’s shot that came off the bar.
Defender Philipp Lahm rounded up scores for the Pep Guardiola’s men in the 49th minute, his first goal since Euro 2012.
The victory extended Bayern’s lead over second-placed Bayern Leverkusen to 13 points. It also saw them finish off a 46th Bundesliga game without a loss.
The last-season treble winners were without Franck Ribery, who had buttock surgery on Thursday.