Bayer made history in the Bundesliga by not losing a single match in season

Football news 19 may 2024, 10:37
Alex Olise Dailysports's expert Alex Olise
Bayer set another record and extended their unbeaten streak Photo: x.com/bayer04_en

Bayer defeated Augsburg 2-1 in the final, 34th round of the Bundesliga. Under the management of Xabi Alonso, the team finished the tournament without a single defeat.

Bayer became the first club in Bundesliga history to achieve such a feat. The Leverkusen team has not lost a single match this season in any competition, extending their record unbeaten streak to 51 games.

Xabi Alonso's side secured 28 wins and 6 draws in the German championship, accumulating 90 points and securing their first-ever championship title in advance.

Additionally, Bayer became the third team in the 21st century among the top 5 European leagues to go an entire national league season unbeaten. Previously, only Arsenal (2003/04) and Juventus (2011/12) had managed this achievement.

This season, the team still has two more matches to play — the UEFA Europa League final and the German Cup final.

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