Hertha thrash Union Berlin 4-0 in Berlin Derby

Hertha Berlin's Bosnian forward Vedad Ibisevic (3rd L) scores his team's opening goal during the German first division Bundesliga football match between Hertha Berlin and FC Union Berlin on March 22, 2020 at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, Germany.

Four second-half goals from Hertha saw the hosts thrash Union Berlin 4-0 in the Berlin Derby - the first time they've won a home match in the Bundesliga by at least a four-goal margin since August 2013.

Vedad Ibisevic sparked Hertha into life with a bullet header shortly after half-time before ex-Watford winger Dodi Lukebakio doubled their lead in under 60 seconds.

Matheus Cunha scored in his fourth Bundesliga game in a row for Hertha's third with a neatly curled strike into the bottom corner before ex-Man City defender Dedryck Boyata sealed Union's fate with a powerful header with just over ten minutes left of the match.

The result sees Hertha move up into tenth for now, while Union remain in 12th.

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