Bayern Munich returned to the top of the Bundesliga table with a comfortable victory at Wolfsburg despite playing for more than 30 minutes with 10 men.
Kingsley Coman scored twice in the first 14 minutes and Thomas Muller headed a third soon after.
Jakub Kaminski pulled a goal back just before half-time and Joshua Kimmich was then sent off in the 54th minute.
But Jamal Musiala added a fourth for Bayern before Mattias Svanberg netted a second for Wolfsburg.
Kimmich was shown a red card for catching Maximilian Arnold but the champions ignored his dismissal as they rallied to end a three-game league winless streak.
Wolfsburg thought they added a third in the 84th minute through Yannick Gerhardt, but Ridle Baku was ruled for fouling Leon Goretzka in the build-up.
The win puts Bayern one point ahead of second-placed Union Berlin, who beat Mainz 2-1 on Saturday, while Wolfsburg remain seventh.