Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich: Lewandowski’s lone strike seals Bundesliga title for Bavarians

Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich: Lewandowski’s lone strike seals Bundesliga title for Bavarians

- Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich ended in victory for the visitors who have emerged champions

- Robert Lewandowski’s goal before half-time secured the title for the Bavarians

- Bayern Munich have now won the Bundesliga for eight consecutive times

Bayern Munich have emerged champions of German Bundesliga after their 1-0 away win at relegation threatened Werder Bremen on Tuesday night, June 16.

Robert Lewandowski’s lone strike in the 43rd minute was enough to hand the Bavarians the title for the eight successive time despite having two games to spare.

A long ball from Boateng reaches Lewandowski, who chests it and rifled a volley which hits the pitch and flies into the net.

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The hosts fought so hard in trying to restore parity and Bayern Munich were reduced to ten men late on after Alphonso Davies was shown a second yellow card, but the hosts could not find the back of the net.

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It ended Werder Bremen 0-1 Bayern Munich.

The club manager Hans-Dieter Flick took charge in early November and his first game at the helm was Germany's biggest box office draw, but it proved to be a routine win for the new Bayern as they dismantled Borussia Dortmund 4-0.

Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich: Lewandowski’s lone strike seals Bundesliga title for Bravarians
Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich: Lewandowski seals title for Bavarians. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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From there their confidence grew, and since the start of 2020 they have failed to win just one match and have looked unstoppable, even in the Champions League where Chelsea were demolished and demoralised at Stamford Bridge.

Flick's Bayern have scored four or more goals on seven occasions since January, and their overall tally of 132 goals has smashed their single-season record, set back in 1972-73 when they played in four competitions as Germany also had a league cup.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Paris-Saint-Germain have been crowned champions of France for the third time in a row following the decision of the League body to end the season because of lockdown.

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The French Ligue 1 chiefs in May made the decision to cancel the whole 2019/20 season due to the continuous pandemic.

Government in France made it clear that all football activities in the country must be suspended until September with the hopes that the situation will get a solution.

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