Hansi Flick: It was an honour
It was the crowning conclusion to the Bundesliga campaign. Champions FC Bayern beat FC Augsburg 5-2 at the Allianz Arena on Matchday 34. Robert Lewandowski scored his 41st goal this campaign in the last minute and is now the standalone record holder for the most goals in a Bundesliga campaign. "It's an incredible feeling, I'm overjoyed," the striker said after the final whistle. It was the last match for some players and Hansi Flick. "I'm very proud, it was a joy to be together with this team," the coach commented. fcbayern.com has compiled the post-match reaction.
Reaction from the Bayern camp:
Reaction from the Augsburg campMarkus Weinzierl (FC Augsburg head coach): "What characterises Bayern could be seen today in the first 45 minutes - tremendous enthusiasm for the game, individual quality. We saw a very good Bayern team. In the second 45 minutes we had a good reaction, changes a few things and were more compact. We scored two goals, missed a penalty - in attack we had our chances. We don't begrudge Robert Lewandowski. Congratulations to him on this record!" Florian Niederlechner (FC Augsburg): "Bayern are the best team in the world. If you then don't play well defensively in the first half, you don't stand a chance. The coach told us at half-time that we can't perform like that. That had an effect."
Read the match report here: