Lewandowski led the Bavarian to their 8th title in a row, taking their trophy haul in a top-flight division to 30.
With three games remaining, Flick’s men went into the game on a seven points clear of Borussia Dortmund who sit second on the log.
Optimistic, Hansi Flick in a pre-match discourse, opined that he wanted the job done on Tuesday.
“We want to finish the job on Tuesday. That is our goal”.
“We have an excellent run and want to continue the winning streak”. Flick told reporters.
“The target is to win again in Bremen. We want to just seal the deal”.
Equally important, from the beginning of the game down to the final minute, Bayern dominated the game.
And after the break, Lewandowski was denied what would have been a spectacular second goal by the offside flag.
Alphonso Davies, after getting two yellow cards was handed a red card. This did not spur Bremen into getting even or a win.
lewandowski’s exploits and gallantry on the field of play ended with praises from his manager, Flick and players alike, most notably Alphonso Davies.
“We call him ‘Lewangoalski’ for that reason”, says Davies
“He’s a top striker, the top in the world. Coming in and scoring 31 goals, it’s unbelievable”.
Notwithstanding, the win on Tuesday night was Bayern’s 8th consecutive trophy in the German Bundesliga.
Their every year dominance of the German Bundesliga does not look like ending any time soon.
Since the start of 2020, Bayern have failed to win just one match, looking quite unstoppable.
With the DFK Pokal in hand on July 4th, against Bayer Leverkusen and the champions league this coming August, Bayern will hope to do a treble and add more trophies to their name.