Bayern Munich win EIGHTH straight Bundesliga title as Robert Lewandowski objective seals victory at Werder Bremen

One other season, one other Bundesliga title for Bayern Munich – it’s now eight in a row for the serial winners from Bavaria.

It was finished in not very typical Bayern type as they edged to a 1-Zero victory at strugglers Werder Bremen however this victory was their eleventh on the spin.

Eight Bundesliga titles in a row hasn’t been finished earlier than
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Star striker Robert Lewandowski‘s objective simply earlier than half-time sealed the win in entrance of an empty Weser Stadium – extremely, that is his 46th strike in all competitions this time period.

Lewandowski has scored 31 instances throughout the 2019/20 Bundesliga marketing campaign – his newest strike seeing him controlling the ball along with his chest after which volleying previous Jiri Pavlenka.

Lewandowski has 46 objectives in 40 appearances this time period
Lewandowski has been nothing wanting scientific this season

The Poland worldwide practically doubled his tally after the break however was denied by the offside flag.

There have been some nervous moments on the finish of the match when full-back Alphonso Davies was dismissed for 2 yellow card offences on 79 minutes.

Davies, 19, was lucky to remain on the pitch after lashing out at Leonardo Bittencourt on 19 minutes. He did ultimately see purple for a brutal problem on Milos Veljkovic.

Canadian Davies was proven the purple card but it surely didn’t have an effect on the consequence
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Nevertheless, it didn’t matter because the win moved Bayern into an unassailable ten-point lead forward of second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who’ve three league video games remaining.

Bayern win the title having needed to wait nearly three months for soccer to renew as a result of coronavirus disaster.

That is Bayern’s 30th Bundesliga crown of their historical past which is greater than another membership in Germany.

Bayern have received all seven matches because the Bundesliga season restarted
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