Bayer Leverkusen Becomes First Bundesliga Club to End The Season UNBEATEN

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Bayer Leverkusen have wrapped up their fairytale rise to the summit of German league football on a brilliant note.

The Die Werkself preserved their unbeaten record as they eased to a 2-1 victory over Augsburg in the Bundesliga final matchday.

Nigeria attacking sensation Victor Boniface and Andrich’s goals made the difference as the Westphalia-based invincibles aced to a deserved Bendeslliga victory at the Bay Arena.

Despite securing the Bundesliga title with five league matches to spare, it was not a dead rubber clash for Xabi Alonso heading into the clash against Augsburg.

The Spaniard had the team’s unbeaten record to preserve against the Bundesliga giant-killers, known for their strong showings against big sides.

It was a bright start for the Bundesliga champions. Just twelve minutes into the game, Victor Boniface paved the way for victory, scoring to race the home side into the lead.

Augsburg did little to respond as the hosts continued mounting pressure despite going a goal up.

It was just a matter of time before the Xabi Alonso winning machine bagged their second goal to secure the lead.

Augsburg struggled to make a mark early into proceedings and were settling for the low blocks as the hosts continued to ramp up pressure.

Fifteen minutes after Victor Boniface’s opener, Andrich got a deserved second for the dominant home side. With enough to play for before the break, Augsburg began to lurch forward for a response but were cautious falling back regularly to check Leverkusen’s offensives.

The first half ended with the host taking the 2-0 lead into the break. Augsburg stepped up their game in the second half.

Two minutes after the hour-mark, Komur scored a lifeline goal to halve the deficit and restore comeback hopes.

Komur’s goal set the game up for a nervy finish as Leverkusen battled to secure the narrow 2-1 lead while the visitors ramped up attempts to chalk off the deficit.

The 62nd-minute strike happened to be the last goal of the game as Bayer Leverkusen secured the narrow lead to emerge victorious at the blast of the final while.

The win has made Bayer Leverkusen the first Bundesliga outfit to record 0 losses throughout a whole Bundesliga season.

They also lifted the Bundesliga trophy for the first time in the club’s history after the game.

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