The Bavarians achieved 17 consecutive victories across all competitions after defeating Bayer Leverkusen in the DFB Pokal final.
Bayern Munich got the DFB Pokal this Saturday after beating in the final Bayer Leverkusen 4-1, so the red showcase continues to add trophies. However, the victory of those led by Hans-Dieter Flick It served to add a new medal, although it also placed them in the great history of German soccer.
This happens due to the fact that the recent champion reached his won game number 17 consecutively among all the competitions he played. So much so, that since February 16, he knows of no other result than that of the triumph.
In turn, Munich beat the record held by Leverkusen since 1978, when it had outscored its rivals 16 times in a row. Meanwhile, the successive conquests that the Bavarian team achieved this season were divided into 13 by the Bundesliga, three by the National Cup and one by the Champions League.
17 – @FCBayernEN are the first team in German professional football to win 17 consecutive games in all competitions (Leverkusen had 16 wins in a row back in 1978). Unstoppable. # B04FCB # Berlin2020 pic.twitter.com/Uacoz36wwf
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