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Bayer Leverkusen Makes History As First Team To Go Through Entire Bundesliga Season Undefeated

Bayer Leverkusen Makes History As First Team To Go Through Entire Bundesliga Season Undefeated

Bayer Leverkusen have become the first team to go through a full Bundesliga season unbeaten after defeating Augsburg 2-1 on Saturday.

Xabi Alonso’s side clinched their 28th win of the season, with goals from Victor Boniface and Robert Andrich sealing the victory.

Bayer Leverkusen are known for their dying minute miracle goals, sometimes losing well into the injury time of the second half.

They also drew six games but never lost, ending the season on 90 points. Only Bayern Munich’s 2012-13 champions have recorded more (91) in the Bundesliga era.

Leverkusen are also unbeaten across all competitions in this campaign, reaching the German Cup and Europa League final in the process. 

Reflecting on how far his team has come, Leverkusen coach Cabin Alonso said:

“To reach 90 points is extremely strong. The record is 91, we just missed that, but to remain undefeated is extraordinary.

“This achievement is outstanding, not only in Germany but also in Europe. From tomorrow we have our next big goals in sight — the next week is unique with these opportunities.”

“The fans can celebrate today. We will enjoy it and then recover tomorrow.

“It is an important day for the club and it is totally deserved to become champions undefeated, unbelievable, so we will need some time to let that sink in.

“Our team has written itself into Bundesliga history. In 20 years we will look back and all be able to say, ‘wow, we were there’.”

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