Bayern Munich have claimed their 10th straight Bundesliga title following their 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund on Saturday evening, Sportivation.com.ng reports.
Serge Gnabry opened the scoring for the hosts with a fantastic volley after 15 minutes before prolific striker Robert Lewandowski doubled the advantage with his 33rd goal of the campaign.
German midfielder Emre Can pull one back for BVB after converting from the spot in the 52nd minute, but teenage sensation Jamal Musiala put the game beyond the visitors, netting the Bavarians’ third goal to secure their 10th successive title.
Musiala was very impressive throughout the game. He had also provided the assist for Lewandowski’s goal.
Julian Nagelsmann’s men have dominated the German topflight league for years and the manager will be more than delighted to follow the path of his predecessors as this is the 34-year-old’s first Bundesliga title, also his first season in charge.
Under Nagelsmann, Bayern have also lifted the DFL Supercup, although they were knocked out of the DFB Pokal by Borussia Mönchengladbach in the second round and the Champions League by Villarreal in the last eight.
Since the start of the Bundesliga season, the Bavarians have only lost four of their 31 matches and found the back of the net 92 times during the period.
With this feat, Bayern have become the first club to win 10 consecutive league titles among clubs playing in Europe’s top five leagues.