If Juventus saw its series of titles stop at the expense of Inter Milan a few days ago, another hegemony holds and resists time. It is that of Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga. The German club have won the title every year since 2013 and wanted to continue in 2021. Despite a quick 4-1 loss to Hoffenheim, Bayern Munich took the lead on Matchday 6.
Bayer Leverkusen will take the lead from Matchday 11 to 13, but the players who were then coached by Peter Bosz will then collapse to give way to a two-man fight between the Bavarian giant and RB Leipzig. In the lead from the 13th day, Bayern Munich will not fall from its pedestal, even if the team of Julian Nagelsmann will not relax its rhythm.
On Matchday 27 of the Bundesliga, there were only 4 points between the two teams when they met. In the end, Bayern Munich won 1-0 and were able to widen their advantage at the best of times. Continuing on this momentum, Bayern Munich had the opportunity to be champions on Matchday 31, but their 2-1 loss to Mainz did not allow them to win the title.
So on behalf of the 32nd lift this Saturday, Bayern Munich wanted to catch up. Meeting, Borussia Mönchengladbach at 6.30 p.m., Hans-Dieter Flick’s men could secure the trophy in case of success. But ultimately, they did not need to play to formalize a new coronation since RB Leipzig fell against Borussia Dortmund. The Marsupials won 3-2 and thus allow Bayern Munich to clinch a ninth title in a row.
Present since the first coronation, Manuel Neuer, Javi Martinez, Jérôme Boateng and David Alaba are among the symbols of this supremacy and the last three will leave the club this summer. Thomas Müller wins his 10th Bundesliga since he was also part of the game in 2010. Finally, Kingsley Coman continues his incredible harvest. At only 24, he won his 6th Bundesliga, who had also won two Serie A with Juventus and two Ligue 1 with PSG. A 10th national champion title and already a 24th title for him.