Bayern Munchen wrapped up an interrupted league season as the champions for a record eighth straight year while they remain on track to complete a domestic double for a second straight season.
At one stage Bayern looked to be losing their grip on the league title following a poor start to the season under Niko Kovac with Bayer slipping as low as fourth at one time. But the club's decision to relieve the Croatian of his position in November and bring in Hans Flick was justified as results improved almost immediately with Bayern ending the season unbeaten in their final 20 games, winning 19 times in the process
Bayern were helped by a clinical attack and ended the season just about reaching the 100-goal mark for the first time in nearly five decades. The change on the touchline also revived Thomas Muller who was the top creator for Bayern with 21 assists.
Flick has earned a permanent appointment, having been initially brought on an interim basis and, with Bayern declaring their intentions of rebuilding their offense with the likes of Leroy Sane and Kai Havertz linked, next season promises to be another dominant one at least on the domestic front