Bayern Munich are on course to securing an 8th successive Bundesliga title.
Hansi Flick’s side were in ruthless mode as they powered past Fortuna Dusseldorf 5-0 on Saturday evening at the Allianz Arena.
In bizarre circumstances, it was not a Bayern player who opened the scoring as Joergnesen put through his own net to put home side ahead inside 15 minutes.
By halftime, it was 3-0 as Benjamin Pavard and Robert Lewandowski registered their names on the score-sheet.
Lewandowski would then add another, his 29th of the campaign, early in the second half before Alphonso Davis completed the route to ensure a thumping victory in the end.
The win sees Bayern move onto 67 points from 29 games, 10 (points) ahead of second placed Borussia Dortmund who will be in action on Sunday.
For Dusseldorf, they remain in 16th spot with 27 points.
Earlier in the day, Eintracht Frankfurt secured a first victory since the league resumed as they beat Wolfsburg 2-1 away from home.
Andre Silva put the visitors ahead from the spot on 27 minutes before Kevin Mbabu equalized for Wolfsburg two minutes to the hour-mark.
It was then left to Daichi Kamada to win the game for Frankfurt, putting away a Bas Dost assist with five minutes left on the clock.
Victory ensures Frankfurt climb into 12th spot with 31 points while the Wolves remain in 6th position having gathered 42 points from 29 games.
In Dortmund, Schalke 04’s miserable run of form continued as they lost a 4th successive fixture since the Bundesliga returned.
David Wagner’s side could not help them selves as the succumbed to a narrow 1-0 defeat to Werder Bremen.
The only goal of the day came on 32 minutes with winger Lucas Bittencourt netting from a Milot Rashica assist.
It is Bremen’s second victory since the league’s resumption and one that sees them move to 25 points from the season.
However, they only remain second from bottom, two points behind Dusseldorf.
For Schalke 04, they drop to 10 position having accumulated 37 points from their opening 29 games.
In the capital, Hertha Berlin took care of Augsburg 2-0.
Javairo Dilrosun opened the scoring for the hosts on 23 minutes before former AC Milan and Genoa hot-shot Krzysztof Piatek netted a second inside injury time to secure the victory.
Hertha now climb into 9th spot with 38 points while Augsburg drops into 14th with 30 points from 29 games.
Elsewhere, Ihlas Bebou scored the only goal of the day on 43 minutes as Hoffenheim edged Mainz 1-0.
Earlier in the contest, Steven Zuber had failed to convert from the spot but the visitors held firm to secure the points.
The three points see Hoffenheim (7th) move level on points (42) with 6th placed Wolfsburg.
For Mainz, they stay in 15th with 28 points from 29 games.
The German Bundesliga continues of Sunday with two fixtures as Borussia Monchengladbach hosts Union Berlin while Dortmund are away to Paderborn.
Bundesliga upcoming games
-Monchengladbach vs Union Berlin @4:30pm
-Paderbon vs Dortmund @7pm
-Koln vs Leipzig @9:30pm
Bundesliga match-day 29 results so far
-Hertha Berlin 2-0 Augsburg
-Mainz 0-1 Hoffenheim
-Schalke 0-1 Bremen
-Wolfsburg 1-2 Frankfurt
-Bayern 5-0 Dusseldorf
-Freiburg 0-1 Leverkusen