Bayern Munich's 5-0 thrashing of Eintracht Frankfurt has helped the Bundesliga leader remain atop of The Associated Press global soccer poll this week, and Atletico Madrid's Diego Costa has topped the player rankings.
It's the fourth time this season Bayern is the weekly poll winner.
"Everyone must be running out of adjectives to describe just how good Bayern Munich is," Mark Rodden of Eurosport said. "The European champions are still on course to go through the Bundesliga season unbeaten though, so we may need to find a few more."
Bayern's only representative in the player poll was Thiago Alcantara, in fourth, after he scored an acrobatic scissor kick in injury time for a 2-1 win against Stuttgart on Wednesday.
Costa, the players' poll leader for the second time this season, scored in Atletico's 4-0 rout of Real Sociedad, sending the side three points clear atop of the Spanish league.
The victory came after Atletico fans paid tribute to former player and coach Luis Aragones, whose death was announced on Saturday.
"Remarkably, this is the first time that Atletico Madrid have led Spain's La Liga outright since winning the title eighteen years ago," Chris Tait of The Herald in Scotland said. "It would seem a fitting tribute to Luis Aragones."
Atletico polled second among the clubs, six points behind Bayern. Its emphatic win over Frankfurt meant it was 13 points ahead of second-place Bayer Leverkusen, a winner of 17 out of 19 league games and unbeaten in 44 games overall.
Valencia was third for beating Barcelona, Juventus fourth after beating Inter Milan 3-1, and Chelsea fifth, for inflicting a first home defeat on Manchester City in a tactical masterclass from coach Jose Mourinho.
"Chelsea were magnificent ... thanks to a brilliant performance, a great team spirit and an intelligent tactical plan," Aurelio Capaldi of RAI Sports in Italy said. "Eden Hazard (third in the player vote) was superb and Nemanja Matic made things heated for Yaya Toure, but this is Jose Mourinho's triumph as he made the right choices, prepared the game perfectly, and showed yet again an amazing talent for exploiting the rivals' weaknesses."