Bayern Munich completed a domestic double as they beat RB Leipzig 3-0 at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Saturday night thanks to a brace from Robert Lewandowski.
A strong Munich side went ahead of Leipzig, who were playing in their first ever major final, thanks to a brilliant header from ace striker Lewandowski in the 29th minute.
Leipzig came out of half time firing and Manuel Neuer had to be alert to deny them from close range in the 48th minute.
On the other end, Péter Gulácsi made a great save but it was in vain as Kingsley Coman buried Leipzig’s chances with a very well taken goal in the 78th minute.
Finally, Lewandoski put the final nail in the coffin as a great counter saw the Polish striker one on one with the goalkeeper and a beautiful chip finish sealed Bayern their first double in three years.
It was the perfect sendoff for Arjen Robben and Frank Ribery who are leaving the German giants this summer and have already bid the fans goodbye following their final home game.
Whilst it might not have been the best of seasons in the Champions League, Bayern continues their dominance in German football and will use that momentum to bring new blood to the club and mount a better Champions League challenge next season.