by Azeez Adeniyi
Bayern Munich secured a record fifth consecutive Bundesliga title after beating Wolfsburg 6-0 on Saturday.
The victory opened up a 10-point lead with three matches remaining.
The Bavarians are on 73 points, with RB Leipzig in second place on 63 after they were held to a goalless draw by Ingolstadt.
“It is amazing what this team did again this season in the Bundesliga,” said the retiring Bayern captain, Philipp Lahm.
“It is not a given we will always march through the league like we did this season.”
The Bundesliga’s leading scorer Robert Lewandowski scored twice to take his league goal tally to 28 and David Alaba, Thomas Müller, Arjen Robben and Joshua Kimmich were also on target as Bayern rode roughshod over the hosts.
“The league is the most honest of titles,” said Bayern’s chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
“And now we have won it for the fifth straight time. That is something unusual and amazing. We will have a good party tonight and then on the last matchday with the fans.”