Bundesliga Champion, Bayern Munich have emerged as champions in Germany again and they did it in style whipping Wolfsburg 6-0 at the Volkswagen Arena to guarantee their fifth successive title on Saturday.
The win gave Stern des Südens their 27th Bundesliga trophy and broadened their record run of consecutive league defences, regardless of RB Leipzig’s earnest attempts.
Robert Lewandowski scored twice after David Alaba’s heavenly free-kick opened the scoresheet, with Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich hopping on the scoresheet as Bayern ran uncontrolled with significant inspiration in sight.
The Bavarian struggled to progress to the semi-final stage of the Champions League in the wake of being thumped out by Real Madrid in the quarter-finals, yet they remain the overwhelming team in Bundesliga.
Red Bull Leipzig has been an astounding title challenger this season and stays in second place, however, today’s result puts them ten points behind with only three games remaining and nine points to play for.
Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti, proceeds with his propensity for grabbing significant titles in each nation he oversees, having won league titles with Chelsea, AC Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain before taking the Bayern work, and in addition won three Champions League with Milan and Real Madrid respectively
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