Bayern Munich stumbles again and opens the door for Leverkusen to win the first German League title in its history | sports


Freiburg snatched a last-minute draw from its guest, Bayern Munich, 2-2, in the 24th round of the German Football League (Bundesliga).

Freiburg took the lead in the 12th minute through Christian Guenther, and Bayern equalized through Matthias Thiel in the 35th minute.

In the 75th minute, Jamal Musiala scored the second goal for the Bavarian team, but Freiburg succeeded in scoring the equalizer in the 87th minute through Lucas Höller.

The “Bundesliga giant” ranks second with 54 points. But its chances of defending the title have diminished further, as Bayer Leverkusen, seeking the first title in its history, can now move away by 10 points at the top when it visits 16th-placed Cologne tomorrow, Sunday, at the end of the stage.

The Bavarian team’s setback came just 3 days before it hosts Italian Lazio – next Tuesday – in the second leg of the Champions League final (0-1, first leg in Rome).

This match is the 2,000th match for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, thus becoming the first team to play this number of matches in the competition.

The Bavarian club is considered the king of records in the Bundesliga since winning its first title in 1969:

  • The first team to win the title three times in a row between 1972 and 1974, then won its tenth title in the Bundesliga in 1987.
  • The first team in all five major European leagues to win the local title 11 consecutive times, starting from 2013 until 2023.
  • He holds the record for the most goals scored in one season by scoring 101 goals in the 1971-1972 season.
  • The record for the fewest goals conceded (17 goals in the 2015-2016 season).
  • The largest number of victories achieved in one season (29 victories in the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons).
  • Fewest losses in one season (one defeat in the 1986-1987 and 2012-2013 seasons).
  • The largest points difference with its closest competitor (25 points in the 2012-2013 season).
  • He holds the record for clinching the title several rounds before the end of the season (he won the Bundesliga title in the 2013-2014 season in the 27th round).
  • The largest number of consecutive victories in one season (19 victories in the 2013-2014 season).
  • During 1999 matches in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich scored 4,048 points, 928 points ahead of second-placed Borussia Dortmund.
  • He scored 2,484 goals (an average of 2.24 goals per match) and conceded 1.09 goals per match.
  • During its history in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich achieved 1,206 victories.

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