The fastest red card in Champions League history helped Bayern Munich ease into the quarter-finals after a 7-0 second-leg win over Shakhtar Donetsk.
Despite coming into this last-16 second-leg level after a 0-0 draw in Lviv, Scottish referee William Collum dismissed Shakhtar’s Oleksandr Kucker after only three minutes in the Allianz Arena for a foul on Mario Goetze – effectively ending the tie as a contest.
Thomas Mueller converted the resulting penalty to give the Bavarians a lead that they never looked like relinquishing.
Franck Ribery scored a fine third just after the interval following a neat one-two with Boateng, before Mueller added a fourth on 51 minutes after good work from Ribery to set him up.
Defender Holger Badstuber got in on the act to add a fifth with a firm header from a Rafinha cross as Die Roten ran riot.
Lewandowski netted a sixth after racing clear, and Goetze completed his side’s joint-highest Champions League win late on as Bayern had the easiest of nights after what promised to be such a tricky clash pre-match.