Bayern win record-extending 6th straight Bundesliga title

Hugh Fox
April 8, 2018

With AP Photos.Bayern Munich has underlined its German dominance with a record-extending sixth consecutive Bundesliga title. A relentless, nearly inevitable march to the title ended on Saturday when Bayern underlined its dominance of the Bundesliga with a record-extending sixth successive championship.

Bayern Munich beat Augsburg 4-1 in an away match in the league and announced their title.

Still plenty of goalscoring options on the pitch - Arjen Robben, James Rodriguez, Corentin Tolisso - and Sandro Wagner starts up front.

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.

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With Bayern still in contention for the UEFA Champions League and DFB Cup, Colombia stalwart James thinks Bayern's work is still far from finished this season.

Former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has suggested Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane would be a "perfect" fit to manage the Bundesliga side.

With Heynckes having made it clear he will leave again at the end of the season, Bayern have the unenviable task of finding a successor.

"It's a special moment, because we now know we're champions", said Ribery, who has now won the Bundesliga eight times since joining in 2007.

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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.

Bayern, though, were back on level terms after 32 minutes when midfielder Tolisso nodded in after a deep cross in from the right by Joshua Kimmich.

Aaron Hunt scored a brilliant late goal for Hamburger SV to rekindle its hope of avoiding relegation with a 3-2 win over second-place Schalke.

Borussia Monchengladbach defeated Hertha Berlin 2-1 to occupy the eighth position with 40 points, four points ahead of 10th-placed Hertha.

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