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Bayern Munich clinches eighth-straight Bundesliga title

Der FCB wins their eight-straight domestic title, and finish the decade with nine out of 10 in the top flight of Germany

Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich battles for possession with Niklas Moisander of SV Werder Bremen during the Bundesliga match between SV Werder Bremen and FC Bayern Muenchen at Wohninvest Weserstadion on June 16, 2020 in Bremen, Germany. Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

German soccer powerhouse Bayern Munich made official what was long expected once the Bundesliga returned to competitive action. The squad beat Werder Bremen 1-0 on Tuesday thanks to a goal from league leader Robert Lewandowski in the 43rd minute.

It’s the eight-straight championship of Germany for the giants, with the league continuing to be a fait accompli until someone can find a way to break through. Across all competitions, they are undefeated since December 7th of last year with a record of 21-1-0.

It’s been yet another incredible season, with Polish striker Robert Lewandowski leading the squad with 45 goals across all competitions, including 30 in the Bundesliga. It’s also the eight-straight title for Manuel Neuer in goal, as the #1 remains the standard in the crease across the planet.

What’s left for Bayern now is a second leg against Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League, with the chance to reclaim the trophy they last claimed in 2013. They lead 3-0 after one leg, and should easily get through to the last eight in Lisbon. Also there is the domestic cup, the DFB-Pokal, in which they’ll play Bayern Leverkusen on July 4th with a chance at a treble at the Olympiastadion.

But 2020 in German soccer, it’s the same as it ever was.