Henrikh Mkhitaryan's trio of late goals helped Borussia Dortmund see off Wolfsberger AC 5-0 in their Europa League qualifier second leg. The Bundesliga club won the tie against their Austrian opponents 6-0 on aggregate.
With the two sides level at the break and Dortmund holding a 1-0 aggregate advantage from their first-leg win in at Wolfsberg, Marco Reus finally got things started for Thomas Tuchel's club with a 48th-minute goal.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who just signed a new five-year deal to stay with Dortmund, added a second goal in the 64th from a nice Ilkay Gundogan assist.
Mkhitaryan took things from there, scoring goals in the 73rd, 82nd and 86th minute to secure Dortmund's passage to the next round.