RB Leipzig slips another point against Ingolstadt, and they failed to stretch Bayern Munich celebration of their fifth successive Bundesliga title. Bavarians celebrated their 27th Bundesliga title in style on Saturday with 6-0 hammering of VFL Wolfsburg. They didn’t only clinch their domestic title, but they also become the first in Europe to clinch their domestic title.
Premier League is still on after thirty-five match day, Laliga seems to be stretching on final day, Serie A is most likely to be finalize on next match day, and Ligue 1 is undone as well, but Bundesliga the German Championship has been decided. However, Bundesliga features only 18 teams, but their fixtures are scheduled as per Europe’s other Big four domestic competition.
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Bundesliga is not finished in terms of match day. There are still three match days to go, and relegation & European berths are yet to be decided, but Bayern have done their job fifth time in a row. Bavarians have a proud moment to win their fifth domestic crown under three different managers, and latest to enjoy the success with them is Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti.
It was proud moment for him as well, as he won his fourth domestic trophy in fourth different country. He has already won Serie A in Italy with AC Milan, Premier League with Chelsea, and Ligue 1 with PSG, and now Bundesliga with Bayern Munich.
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Bavarian captain Philipp Lahm celebrated his record 8th Bundesliga title to end his career on a high as he decided to walk away from the game next season. Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso also able to hang his boots with another silverware to his name, and his only regrets will be to not able to win European crown with the German giants.
Bayern is a really special team and they would love to come back strong in next season to challenge for their sixth Champions League title. They are used to clinch domestic titles a little early, and it has become a routine for them. The last team to win Bundesliga was Borussia Dortmund in 2010/11 season, and since then Bavarians have completely dominated the Germman championship. And, this time they did it in style, becoming the first winner of domestic title in Europe’s Big five competition.