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Twitter: Bayern Munich ‘get Mullered’ as Bundesliga title celebrations get underway

Bayern Munich were crowned 2015/16 Bundesliga champions after their 2-1 win over Ingolstadt on Saturday as they made history in the process.

The Bavarian giants become the first German side to win four consecutive league titles, and will hope to add a cup success to their season later this month for an 11th domestic double.

Robert Lewandowski sent his side on their way before adding his 29th league goal of the season prior to the half-time break to ultimately seal the win.

It was Bayern’s 27th win from 33 games so far this season, as they moved to 85 points, eight ahead of runners-up Dortmund with just one game left to play.

While they will be forced to wait to receive the championship shield until next Saturday’s home clash with Hannover, it didn’t prevent them from starting the title-winning party this weekend as Pep Guardiola signs off with another league triumph.

The Spaniard departs for Manchester City next season, but given the strength of the current squad coupled with Carlo Ancelotti’s arrival this summer, it would come as no surprise if the German powerhouse continues to dominate domestically while continuing their push to conquer Europe.

Guardiola’s inability to win the Champions League during his tenure in Germany will undoubtedly be a source of great frustration for him, but nevertheless, he can certainly look back on plenty of fond memories.