Bayern Munich won the seventh league title for the German league title
It was the last match for Bayern of French forward Frank Rybery and forward of Farwin Ian Robben, and both players made the match memorable by scoring a goal
Veteran club Bayern Munich won the German football league title for the seventh time for seven consecutive defeats in the 34th round match by a huge margin of 5-1 in the 34th round match here Saturday. Bayern needed only one draw to make the title his name. After the match, the table ended 78 while Borussia Dortmund had to settle with second place with 76 points. Dortmund defeated Borussia Monchengladbach 2-0 in his last match.
According to the report, it was the last match for French forward Frank Ribery and Forward Iain Robben of Holland, Bayern, and both players made this match a memorable match by scoring a goal. Bayern made the start of the match strong and in the fourth minute, Kingsley Common scored the goal, giving the hosts a lead.
After this, however, no team was able to score in the first half. Bayern has many opportunities to double its edge. The second half started poorly for Bayern. In the 50th minute of the game, Sebastian Holler displayed fine art and scored his team on equal footing. Bayern did not take much time to make the reins In the 53rd minute of the game, David Alba scored a magnificent goal. The main coach of the host team brought Rebri and Robane to the ground. This made a great difference to Bayern’s game.
In the 58th minute of the match, the hosts got another chance. This time the talented Rananto Sanchez showed excellent control over the ball and scored a score of 3-1. Ribery made this match memorable in the 72nd minute. He entered the 18-yard box from the left wing and threw three defenders and scored a goal.