Bundesliga: Bayern Munich crowned champion for the 8th time in a row

Bayern Munich was crowned, Tuesday, June 16, champion for the 30th time in its history and for the 8th consecutive time. It is also the first title awarded since the coronavirus pandemic.

30th time champion in its history, the club is still thinking big and is looking to take the cup now and is turning to the Champions League.

It was thanks to a goal from Robert Lewandowski in the 43rd minute that the club won against Bremen with a score of 1-0.

The Baryen now has a 10-point lead over Dortmund, which has only three games to play, including Wednesday against Mainz for the 32nd day.

The club has gone through many ups and downs this season but in recent months it has regained its panache. In February, he won his knockout round 3-0 at Chelsea 3-0, but the return match was postponed due to coronavirus until August in Munich.

Authorized to resume play despite the epidemic, the Bavièren ogres continued their momentum, winning eight wins in eight games.

Now the club is aiming for the cup, and the next big football moment of the season is expected on July 4, the final against Leverkusen at the Olympic stadium in Berlin.

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