BAYERN MUNICH’S title celebrations have been marred with arrests being made following their victory over Wolfsburg as fans clashed with police.
A thumping 6-0 victory at the Volkswagen Arena clinched a record-extending fifth-consecutive Bundesliga title for the Bavarians.
However, the visiting fans launched bottles and various other missiles at local police and their horses as tempers flared.
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The incidents resulted in 12 injuries — ten of which were members of the police.
Four arrests were made as one Bayern fan and a stadium worker also suffered injuries in the violence.
On the pitch, there was nothing but smiles for Carlo Ancelotti and Co. as the Italian add the Bundesliga title to his burgeoning collection.
Robert Lewandowski netted twice in the rout — and it was also against Wolfsburg when he famously scored five times in nine minutes back in 2015.
David Alaba, Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich were also on the scoresheet.
However, with the quality available to Bayern, they will consider this season a slight disappointment given their exits from the Champions League and German Cup.
This result meant Philipp Lahm’s last act in football will be to lift the league trophy for an eighth time.
While Ancelotti is now the first manager to win Serie A, the Premier League, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga.
Of the big five leagues, only La Liga is missing — despite managing Real Madrid for two years.