Bayern Munich became Bundesliga champions for a record 11th consecutive time after beating Cologne to pip Borussia Dortmund to the prize on Matchday 34. bundesliga.com rounds up the reaction to the remarkable events...
Hans-Joachim Watzke (Spokesperson of the DFL Executive Committee): “Congratulations to FC Bayern München on winning the Bundesliga title. I would like to commend the entire organisation, including the coaching staff and the team, on successfully defending the title after a highly exciting season.”
Thomas Tuchel (head coach): "Today we had the last shot and the last answer to all the questions with Jamal [Musiala]. We'll take it, but it was a crazy, crazy afternoon. When Leroy [Sane] couldn't finish his chance, I thought the match would sum up the entire phase I've been in charge here, and perhaps the entire season. We showed a reaction though today, and Jamal scored his screamer. It's incredible."
Watch: Tuchel: "A crazy afternoon"
Thomas Müller (attacker): "It's incredible to have experienced a championship like that. I think everyone interested in football has an underlying feeling that we didn't deserve it. I want to be open about it. We all know the second half of the season was chaotic on and off the pitch, but this moment is incredible for the boys. It's truly awesome.
"You have to greatly respect the way Dortmund performed over the second half of the season. I'm a little bit sorry right now for a lot of people I know. As a sportsman, I wanted to win it, though."
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Jamal Musiala (midfielder): "It’s definitely an amazing feeling. After our struggles this season, to actually win the league is amazing. It was an incredible moment. I didn't think too much about it, I just celebrated it. It took at least a minute until I checked it. I had to give everything, we had nothing to lose. It wasn't a good season for us, we know that, of course. We are extremely happy to have won the title, though. We are going to really celebrate now."
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Edin Terzic (head coach): "The first thing I want to say is congratulations to Bayern Munich. The team that finishes top after 34 matches deserves to be there. If you consider that the boys gave their all after going two down and battled to the end, you realise how close it was to all coming together. If the penalty wasn't missed, there wasn't the close offside, and we had equalised earlier, it would have been really interesting. I find it really hard to take right now.
"It feels really empty. It feels really unfair. When you see what we've been through in the last 10 months. We are really sad about the missed opportunity. We were one goal away from winning the title here, and one goal away in Cologne."
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Mats Hummels (defender): "We were level on points in the end, and goal difference decided it. We had it in our own hands today. We worked hard to get into that position with a fantastic second half of the season. We should have sealed it today. We didn't manage it, and that is entirely our responsibility."
Emre Can (midfielder): "It's a really difficult situation for us. We were so close to winning it. We're very disappointed, of course. I think we had an incredible number of chances in the second half, but didn't score enough goals. You cannot accuse the team of not giving their all. We desperately wanted to win the title. Congratulations to Bayern. We'll come again next season."
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