Bayern Munich Wins Bundesliga For 10 Consecutive Years

Berlin (AP) —Bayern Munich defeats major rival Borussia Dortmund 3-1 on Saturday to win the 10th title in the Bundesliga and set a new record before gaining domestic dominance for 10 years Has completed.

With goals from Serge Gnabry, Robert Lewandowski and Jamal Musiala, Bayern were within 12 points of second-placed Dortmund, leaving three games remaining.


It was Bavaria’s eighth straight victory over Dortmund, who has not won the tournament in Munich since 2014.

Bavaria’s 10th consecutive German Championship is a record for Europe’s top five leagues, achieving nine consecutive Juventus titles between 2012 and 2020.

Bavarian players celebrated with their usual beer shower. French defender Benjaman Pavado was the first person to have Julian Nagelsmann drink beer after the coach’s first title.

34-year-old Nagelsmann is the second youngest director in the Bundesliga. Dortmund’s Matthias Sammer was a few days younger in 2002.

Dortmund had little hope of catching the Bavarian power, but Marco Rose players wanted to delay the celebration of their rival titles by another day. However, visitors had to mourn the sacrifices of individual mistakes and missed opportunities.

On the other side of the coin, Greuther Fürth was demoted from the Bundesliga after losing 4-1 to the Champions League Bayer Leverkusen at home.

Jetro Willems gave enthusiastic home fans a miraculous escape with an opening goal five minutes later, but Patrik Schick replied four minutes later, with Sardar Azmoun, Paulinho and Exequiel Palacios visiting. Joined in.

Furus has scored 12 points from safety in 31 games and remains at the bottom of the league in the remaining three games.

Stephen Reitl’s team climbed last year when they finished second in the second division, but despite encouraging performance later in the season, they did not recover from a bad start at the Bundesliga. Fürth defeated Union Berlin and lost all but one of his first 14 games before winning his first victory on Matchday 15.

Also on Saturday, the union came from behind, thanks to Sven Michel defeating Leipzig 2-1 to make up for his loss to Leipzig in the German Cup semifinals on Wednesday.

Michelle caught up with the tie in 86th place, then assisted Kevin Behrens with his heels to win 89th. Union won the Leipzig for the first time.

Leverkusen returned to third place with Leipzig finishing 15 games without losing in all tournaments. Leverkusen fell to fourth place after losing to Leipzig at home last weekend, but the team changed places again, leaving Leipzig at the end of the Champions League qualifying.

Freiburg scored two goals to lead Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-2, and after finishing fifth, Lars Stindl of Gladbach caught up with 3-3 in an additional time.

Cologne was seventh behind Union after defeating Arminia Bielefeld 3-1. Arminia Bielefeld is second from the bottom and likes to join Fürth in the second division.

In addition, Eintracht Frankfurt was linked to Hoffenheim (2-2).


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