Bayern Munich two wins away from winning eighth straight Bundesliga title

Bayern Munich two wins away from winning eighth straight Bundesliga title

- Bayern sit on the summit of the Bundesliga with 70 points from 30 matches

- The side is on course the league title with Dortmund trailing them by seven points

- Bayern are currently on a 16-match unbeaten streak under Hansi Flick

Bayern Munich are just tw7o victories away from their remaining four matches to win their eighth consecutive German League title.

The Bavarians currently sit atop of the table with 70 points, seven better than second-place Borussia Dortmund after 30 rounds of games.

The side's 4-2 win over Bayern Leverkusen on Sunday, June 8, saw them edge closer to lifting their eighth straight domestic title.

The Hansi Flick-tutored side has lost just one match in their last 21 but had to labour against Leverkusen to secure a comfortable win.

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BBC records Flick has lost just twice since he succeeded Niko Kovac back in November 2019.

The Bavarians are scheduled to take on Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Cup semi on Wednesday, June 10, as they look to win more titles this season.

Meanwhile, Dortmund's slim 1-0 win over Hertha Berlin saw them cement their place in second with 63 points, four above RB Leipzig who fumbled against struggling Paderborn.

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Monchengladbach and Leverkusen remain firmly in the race to seal a Champions League place, with the two sides level on 56 points with just four matches left to wrap up the season.

Dusseldorf, Werder Bremen and Paderborn are the three sides battling for survival as they sit in the drop zone. earlier reported that Robert Lewandowski hit a major milestone in his career after inspiring Bayern Munich to victory against Bayer Leverkusen over the weekend.

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The Poland international scored the Bavarians' fourth goal in their 4-2 victory at the BayArena to increase his tally in a single season to 44 goals - his personal best.

A goal each from Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnarby and the 31-year-old saw the German champions bounce back from one goal down and cruise to victory at the end of the game.

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