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    Saturday, May 07, 2016

    Ingolstadt 1-2 Bayern Munich: Lewandowski fires Bavarians to title

    The Poland international's first-half double proved decisive as Pep Guardiola's charges won their fourth straight Bundesliga crown at the Audi Sportpark on Saturday
    Bayern Munich were crowned Bundesliga champions for a fourth season in a row after they beat Ingolstadt 2-1 at the Audi Sportpark on Saturday.

    The Bavarians put their midweek Champions League misery behind them as they secured their 27th league win this season, though Borussia Dortmund's surprise 1-0 loss to Frankfurt meant Bayern only needed a point to get their hands on the title.

    Marvin Matip fouled Franck Ribery inside the Ingolstadt penalty area and Robert Lewandowski made no mistake from the spot to get Bayern up and running after 15 minutes.

    Lewandowski got his name on the scoresheet again soon after but Bayern's lead was halved when Moritz Hartmann was brought down by Xabi Alonso, before converting a penalty of his own three minutes before the interval.

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