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After winning their 8th consecutive Bundesliga title, the Bavarians ended 2019/20 Bundesliga season in style with a 4-0 win over Wolfsburg.
Bayern got an early lead through Kingsley Coman and then Mickael Cuisance made sure that men in the red lead by 2-0 before half-time as the French midfielder scored a beautiful curler from outside the box.
Robert Lewandowski converted from the spot with his 34th goal of the campaign as he extended Munich’s lead. Thomas Muller, who is often the assister, scored Bayern’s fourth of the night and his 8th of the season as the Bundesliga Champions rounded off their season with a comprehensive win.
Another trophy is up for the grabs for Bayern as Hansi Flick’s side will play DFB Pokal final against Bayer Leverkusen on July 4.
Everyone was expecting Erling Haaland to shine but Andrej Kramaric stole the show as he scored all fours goals for high-flying Hoffenheim in a 4-0 win over Borussia Dortmund.
The Croatian’s performance of his career made sure that Die Kraichgauer finished sixth in the table, means direct qualification for next year’s Europa League group stage.
With Jadon Sancho and Achraf Hakimi on the bench, BVB were destined for a tough result but not that tough. However, regardless of this fixture result, Lucien Favre’s men were guaranteed of 2nd place as RB Leipzig finished 3rd - 3 points shy of Dortmund.
Kramaric scored twice in the first half before adding another two just 5 minutes into the 2nd half as his season’s tally reached 12.
Werder Bremen got another lifeline to stay in German top-flight after astonishing final day win over FC Koln.
Bremen continue the momentum in last 45 with another two goals scored by Davy Klaassen and striker Osako – his second of the night. However, Dominick Drexler put one back for FC Koln, but it was too late for the visitors.
Josh Sargent, from the bench, scored Bremen’s five as the game ended 6-1. This thumping win didn’t hurt Koln much as the Billy Goats finishes 14th in the table.
But for Weder, the victory came with a lifeline as Florian Kohfeldt’s men leapfrogged Dusseldorf, who finished one point below Bremen, to 16th and now have the another opportunity to survive with relegation play-off.
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