Dortmund have scored 17 goals in 3 games
PIERRE-EMERICK Aubameyang struck twice on Tuesday as Borussia Dortmund romped to another big win with a 5-1 victory at VfL Wolfsburg to provisionally top the German Bundesliga.
Having hammered both Legia Warsaw and Darmstadt 6-0 in their previous matches, Thomas Tuchel's Dortmund handed out another drubbing with Gonzalo Castro setting up two of their goals.
"Despite going 2-0 up early on, we were still made to suffer but we got a grip and took our chances," said Tuchel.
"It's an unbelievable result, which we worked hard for, and we're very happy."
The thrashing left Dortmund top on goals scored, with nine points from a possible 12, but they will lose the lead after Bayern Munich host Hertha Berlin.
The only teams still with 100 per cent records meet at Munich's Allianz Arena as Hertha chase their first league win in Bavaria since 1977.