Bayern Munich have sealed their status as champions in Germany as a 1-0 victory over Frankfurt guaranteed them a first-placed finish in the Bundesliga.
The Bavarian outfit have been in stunning form all season in the league, only dropping points three times, with two draws and one defeat, a record that had left the defending champions Borussia Dortmund simply unable to keep up.
It has already been a record-breaking season for the club - this is their 22nd Bundesliga title, although they may not be done there. The club still has a good opportunity to break the record for both goals scored and goals conceded. The high-scoring record in a Bundesliga season stands at 101, while Bayern have scored 79. Meanwhile, the lowest number of goals conceded is 21, while the club have only conceded 13 so far.
Bayern will also have the chance to complete a treble, with the club still in the hunt for the cup and well-placed in their Champions League quarter-final against Juventus. Pep Guardiola will be inheriting quite a side when he takes over this summer - it will be fascinating to see how far he can take them.