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The sovereign of Bavaria champion again

There is no over and no one knows the side of Bayern Munich in German football in those years. For the eighth season in a row the German team pride in a Germa

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The sovereign of Bavaria champion again

There is no over and no one knows the side of Bayern Munich in German football in those years.

For the eighth season in a row the German team pride in a German championship after the Tuesday night was a victory of 1-0 over Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.

the Victory sends Bayern up on 76 points, and with three matches again, it may not be possible for Borussia Dortmund to download the league's undisputed top team. Dortmund has 66 points in second place.

While Bayern can once again find the champagne forward, see it differently critical for Werder Bremen in the bottom.

The German traditionsklub is second to last in the league with 28 points. There are three points up to Mainz on the right side of the relegation zone, but Mainz and several of the other bundrivaler have played a match less.

Werder bed otherwise from in the beginning of Tuesday's showdown against Bayern. Eight minutes was played, when Theodor Gebre Selassie stroking with forward on the right side and hammered the ball into the sidenettet.

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But the Bayern offensive was, as so often difficult to catch up with, and it was close to 1-0 for the guests, when Joshua Kimmich midway through the first half unloaded the ball on the crossbar.

With a view to break it went wrong for Werder Bremen's defensive. A perfect pass from Jérôme Boateng was taken down by målslugeren Robert Lewandowski, who improved her impressive stats for the season with his usual stoicism.

The 31-year-old league top scorer has scored 31 goals in 29 bundesliga matches this season.

Werder got a last lifeline ten minutes before the time, when stortalentet Alphonso Davies saw red after the warning number two.

In spite of the expulsion and a hard-Werder-pressure kept Bayern the zero and can enjoy championship number 30 in the club's history.

Borussia Mönchengladbach captured earlier Tuesday, the fourth place, which ultimately provides access to the Champions League.

It happened with a win of 3-0 over Wolfsburg, who remain in sixth place.

Danish Marcus Ingvartsen was from the start at Union Berlin, who beat Paderborn 1-0 on home turf. Paderborn has played its role in this season and are relegated in 2. Bundesliga.

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