Bayer Leverkusen Makes Bundesliga History: Champions Seal Unbeaten Season with 2-1 Victory over Augsburg

The Bundesliga champions, Bayer Leverkusen, achieved an unprecedented feat by remaining unbeaten throughout the entire season, setting a new record. Leverkusen’s triumph marks the first time a team has accomplished this in German football history.

Xabi Alonso’s team extended their unbeaten streak to 51 matches, creating a European record that spans across all competitions this season. Leverkusen’s victory over Augsburg with a score of 2-1 secured their unbeaten status for the season.

Victor Boniface opened the scoring in the 12th minute, followed by Robert Andrich, who doubled their lead from close range. Augsburg managed to get one back through Mert Komur, but Leverkusen’s captain, Lukas Hradecy, made a crucial save to maintain their clean sheet.

In the remaining matches, Leverkusen made history by finishing with 90 points, 17 points clear of second-placed Stuttgart and 18 points ahead of Bayern Munich. Despite losing 4-2 to Hoffenheim, Bayern couldn’t catch up to Leverkusen.

Leverkusen’s exceptional season continues with eyes on two upcoming finals. They are on the verge of unparalleled success if they secure victories in the Europa League final against Atalanta and the DFB-Pokal final against Kaiserslautern.

Leverkusen joins Bayern as the only teams in Bundesliga history to go an entire season without dropping points from winning positions. Their dominance at home with 45 points in 17 games highlights their stronghold in the league, a feat unseen since 1999-2000.

With a total of 90 points, Leverkusen stands as the second club to reach this milestone in Bundesliga history, placing them alongside Bayern’s records in the 2013-14 and 2012-13 seasons.

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