Bayern Munich secured its eighth successive German Bundesliga title Tuesday with two video games to spare after beating Werder Bremen 1-Zero with a aim from Robert Lewandowski.
Werder saved Bayern at bay for a lot of the first half however the champions nonetheless discovered a breakthrough. Jerome Boateng performed a wonderfully weighted ball over the defence within the 43rd minute for Robert Lewandowski to regulate on his chest and hit previous the goalkeeper for his 31st Bundesliga aim this season.
Bayern completed with 10 males after a second yellow card for Canadian worldwide Alphonso Davies within the 79th minute. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer made an important late save to cease Yuya Osako’s header.
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Davies was cautioned within the 19th minute after a conflict with Leonardo Bittencourt, pushing off the Bremen participant after the 2 made contact seconds earlier.
Davies receives 1st crimson card
Late within the sport, the 19-year-old fullback was judged to have impeded Milos Veljkovic. It appeared a harsh name with Davies responsible maybe solely of sticking his bottom out a tad because the Serbian went previous.
It was the primary crimson card of his Bundesliga profession.
Davies confirmed his menace down the left flank within the fourth minute however his low cross from simply contained in the penalty field simply missed a teammate — and was dominated offside.
Bayern powered to its 30th German title with an ideal file of seven wins within the Bundesliga because it resumed final month in empty stadiums amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hansi Flick has coached Bayern to 26 wins from 29 video games in all competitions since he took over in November.
Bayern is chasing a doable triple. It may well add the German Cup if it beats Bayer Leverkusen within the July four remaining and is in competition for the Champions League. Europe’s premier membership competitors was postponed due to the coronavirus however is because of end in a match format in August.
Final-placed Paderborn was relegated after shedding 1-Zero Wednesday to Union Berlin.