Robert Lewandowski's first-half goal was enough to allow Bayern Munich to clinch their eighth consecutive Bundesliga title.
The Pole's 43rd minute effort, taking the ball on his chest and pivoting to his shot into the ground over the goalkeeper, was enough.
Although Alphonso Davies was sent off in the second half, Hansi Flick's men were strong enough to hold on and win with two league games to spare.
Lewandowski's 31st goal of an increasingly incredible season was a fine bookend to a season in which Niko Kovac was replaced in November following a shocking start to the campaign.
But they have won 22 out of their last 23 matches in their relentless run to be the best side in Germany once again.
🔴⚽Jerome Boateng with a beautiful chipped assist, Lewandowski the goal machine propels the ball in.— KK SPORTS (@kksports_gh) June 16, 2020
Game on! pic.twitter.com/S0xbMDnUUP