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Bayern Munich Wrap Up Sixth German Title In a Row

Bayern Munich Wrap Up Sixth German Title In a Row

Bayern Munich Wrap Up Sixth German Title In a Row

Bayern Munich are Bundesliga champions yet again, as a 4-1 win over Augsburg on Saturday allowed them to round off a sixth record successive title win.

After reveling with a cardboard Bundesliga trophy, the players danced in a conga line on Augsburg's field.

The result means Bayern are German league champions for the 28th time in their history, and it was the sixth year in a row they have won the Bundesliga since their treble-winning season in 2013.

"We won't celebrate", said Heynckes.

2,160 - Manuel Neuer's injury problems have troubled Bayern over the a year ago, but Sven Ulreich has been a beneficiary of that. Since 2000, Bayern Munich won 12 titles but not once were they able to win it in front of their fans!

However, with the hallmark of champions, Bayern hit back to lead at half time through Corentin Tolisso just after the half hour and Colombia global James Rodriguez fired Bayern into the lead seven minutes before half-time.

James Rodrigues scores in 38th minute
James Rodrigues scores in 38th minute

Looking slightly beyond that, Bayern are also on the lookout for a new manager for next season, with Heynckes confirming that he will leave once against at the end of this campaign. "He's a great coach and a great person". Sergio Cordova forced Jerome Boateng to lose possession and Sven Ulreich then saved the Venezuelan forward's shot before the ball rebounded in off Niklas Suele's face.

Sevilla would have been encouraged by the comedy of errors in Bayern's defence that led to Augsburg's opening goal. Bayern equalised out of the blue when Tolisso was left unmarked to head in from Joshua Kimmich's cross in the 32nd minute and the Bavarians took the game by the scruff of the neck.

Wagner, playing in place of the rested Robert Lewandowski, rounded off the scoring late.

Cologne's chances of avoiding the drop took a blow after relegation rival Mainz came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw in their decisive clash. Elsewhere, Bruno Labbadia claimed his first win since taking over at VfL Wolfsburg when they beat Freiburg 2-0 away with two goals from Daniel Didavi.

Cologne captain Jonas Hector headed his side into an early lead, but Pablo De Blasis equalized to keep Mainz six points clear of the home side.

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