Bayern mustered 35 shots in the first leg, the highest total by the German side in a Champions League knockout game that didn't go to extra time (since 2003/04). They'll sit in and pick Besiktas off at will, with Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller sensing the right moments to strike.
Bayern are now cruising towards a sixth consecutive Bundesliga title, they are now a whopping twenty points clear of their nearest rivals, Schalke.
Sandro Wagner's goal in the 84th minute made it 3-1, as Bayern advanced to the quarter finals.
Despite their massive first-leg lead Bayern made a bright start, Arturo Vidal heading wide.
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Thiago limped off before half-time, giving Bayern an injury concern for the rest of the season. As Tolga attempted to punch clear a relatively innocuous Rafinha cross, the ball ricocheted off defender Gonul at point blank range and passed the hapless goalkeeper to give Bayern an extra boost they didn't really need.
Hummels, who along Jerome Boateng was booked in the first half, was replaced by Niklas Suele at the break before Bayern extended their lead thanks to a Besiktas own goal.
Bayern posted a photo-shopped image of Wagner with the cat posing on his shoulder before including the feline in a man-of-the-match poll. - The last time Bayern won at least six consecutive games in a single European campaign was back in the 1995-96 UEFA Cup, when they won seven on the bounce on the way to lifting the trophy.
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The success has continued with the German side after he returned for his fourth stint with the club in 2017.
And as Heynckes led Bayern to the Champions League title in 2013 before ending his third period in charge, he has now won 11 successive matches in the competition.
Love got the fans cheering again when Gonul pounced on a mistake from David Alaba to set the Brazilian up for Besiktas' consolation goal before the hour-mark.
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