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Bayern's Heynckes crowns turnaround with Bundesliga title

09 April 2018

Speaking to Sky after the game, Heynckes said: "I'd like to send special greetings to Italy and Carlo Ancelotti for his involvement in this and congratulate him on this title".

Heynckes has won four Bundesliga titles as a coach, all with Bayern, and four as a player, all with Borussia Moenchengladbach.

A 4-1 come-back win at Augsburg on Saturday handed Bayern a sixth consecutive Bundesliga title and crowned them German champions for the 28th time in the club's proud history. "Nothing is given away in the Bundesliga".

Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes hailed the pair as "great professionals with outstanding quality", before Rummenigge proposed that there is little reason not to hand both men new deals.

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"It's always good (to win a title) - we knew it was going to happen, but we still had to confirm it", said Robben, who has now won the Bundesliga title seven times since joining Bayern in 2009.

With one eye on Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Sevilla, in which Munich hold a slender 2-1 lead, coach Jupp Heynckes gambled by resting his stars.

Augsburg started at pace, closing down any space for the visitors, and the pressure paid off in the 18th minute with an own-goal. Defender Jerome Boateng, under no pressure, lost control of the ball and was dispossessed by Sergio Cordova leaving the Venezuelan with only Sven Ulreich to beat.

The runaway leaders remained unimpressed and responded well as Corentin Tolisso headed home Joshua Kimmich's pinpoint cross into the box to restore parity in the 32nd minute.

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Kimmich was again involved, firing a pass across goal after combining with Robben for Juan Bernat, who backheeled the ball which James fired home seven minutes before the break.

Franck Ribery, also out of contract at the end of the season, marked his 35th birthday with a late cameo appearance off the bench.

Wolfsburg have ended their nine-game winless run after beating Freiburg 2-0 on Daniel Didavi's brace and bottom side Cologne were unable to defend their one goal advantage as relegation threatened Mainz reap a 1-1 draw by courtesy on Pablo De Blasis' equalizer.

Heynckes, who is due to retire at the end of the season, replaced Ancelotti last October with the club trailing rivals Borussia Dortmund by five points.

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Salomon Kalou gave Hertha an early lead, but Hazard came on to score on 75 minutes, then net a late penalty.

Bayern's Heynckes crowns turnaround with Bundesliga title