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German champion, Bayer Leverkusen wins in the last round and ends the competition undefeated
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The match between Bayer Leverkusen and Augsburg had everything to be in the context of an end-of-season friendly match, as Augsburg no longer had a chance of relegation, nor of securing a place in European competitions, and Bayer would be champions in advance. However, Bayer sought to crown their impeccable campaign in an unprecedented way: the only undefeated champion in the Bundesliga.

The home team achieved this unprecedented feat by beating Augsburg 2-1.

Victory built in the first stage

At 11 in the first half, Bayer opened the scoring after a mistake by goalkeeper Koubek, who was disarmed by Amine Adli, the number 21 only rolled over for Boniface to shoot and open the scoring at the BayArena.

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At 26, after a corner kick, the ball traveled into the penalty area, after the Leverkusen player's shot was intercepted by the opposing marker, the ball fell to Andrich, who finished and scored a beautiful goal.

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The visitors only scored in the second half, with Kömür, shooting from outside. After the goal, Augsburg tried hard, but was inefficient and failed to put an end to Leverkusen's impeccable campaign.


Leverkusen players celebrating their unprecedented title (Reproduction/Instagram/@bayer04fussball)


Other undefeated champions in Europe and Brazil

Bayer joins a select group of undefeated champions. A curious fact is that even though it is a traditional German football team. Still, yes, Bayern Munich is the main team on the local scene, and not even the Bavarians managed to be undefeated champions.

Check out the other undefeated champions:

Brazil: International (1979)

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Spain: Athletic Bilbao (1929/30) and Real Madrid (1931/32)

Netherlands: Ajax (1994/95)

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England: Preston North End (1888/89) and Arsenal (2003/04)

Italy: Milan (1991/92) and Juventus (2011/12)

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Portugal: Benfica (1972/73), Porto (2010/11 and 2012/13)

Bayer dreams of the triple crown

This feat shows that coach Xabi Alonso and the team have reached a level of prominence on the German scene, which could extend to the continental scene, as next Wednesday (22), Bayer Leverkusen faces Atalanta in the Europa League final, thus being able to crown a memorable year.

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It is worth mentioning that next Saturday (25), Xabi Alonso and company's team will face Kaiserslautern in the final of the local cup.

Featured Photo: coach Xabi Alonso is one of the main names behind Bayer Leverkusen's unprecedented achievement (Reproduction/Instagram/@bayer04fussball)


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