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T. Müller
Goal
0 - 4
72'
R. Lewandowski
Penalty Goal
0 - 3
71'
J. Guilavogui
Yellow 2nd/RC
37'
M. Cuisance
K. Coman
0 - 2
4'
K. Coman
T. Müller
0 - 1

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Shots On Target 4 9
Total Passes 317 502
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Commentary

That’s all for now. Thank you and goodbye!
Flick has done a wonderful job since taking over at Bayern midway through the season, and with the league wrapped up, his focus will now switch to the DFB-Pokal and later the Champions League, which is to be concluded in August.
Another supreme Bayern display comes to an end, with the champions rounding off their Bundesliga season in style – goals from Coman, Cuisance, Lewandowski and Muller securing a 4-0 victory at Wolfsburg, who finish seventh.
90' FULL TIME: WOLFSBURG 0-4 BAYERN MUNICH.
89' Davies attempts to find Perisic with a searching ball down the left flank, but Mbabu covers the space. Wolfsburg’s right-back was a good outlet for the hosts before the break, but we have seen little of him going forward since the restart.
87' Elsewhere in the Bundesliga, Hoffenheim are still 4-0 up at Dortmund, while Leverkusen look set to miss out on the Champions League places, with Borussia Monchengladbach pipping them to fourth place. Down at the bottom, Werder Bremen are hammering Cologne to secure their place in the relegation play-off place.
L. Horn
J. Roussillon
85' A final change for Wolfsburg. Horn is on, replacing Roussillon.
83' In total, Bayern have now scored 100 Bundesliga goals this season, conceding just 32 in return. The next highest scorers in the league are Dortmund, with 84.
L. Hernández
D. Alaba
80' Alaba has also gone off. Hernandez is the Austrian’s replacement.
J. Kimmich
L. Goretzka
80' A change for Bayern. Goretzka, after another superb display in the heart of midfield, makes way for Kimmich.
T. Müller
Goal
79' FINISH! It’s 4-0 to Bayern, as Muller thumps in a superb strike from a tight angle after he latched onto Perisic’s deflected cross. Casteels got out to it, but the effort had too much power on it.
77' This is nothing more than a glorified training session for Bayern now, with the champions in complete control. Now, Flick will just be hoping to avoid any injuries ahead of the DFB-Pokal final against Bayer Leverkusen next week.
Y. Gerhardt
D. Ginczek
74' Ginczek has also made way, with Gerhardt coming on.
R. Knoche
J. Brooks
74' Another change for Wolfsbrug – Knoche replacing Brooks.
R. Lewandowski
Penalty Goal
72' GOAL! Lewandowski makes no mistake, calmly sending a low finish beyond Casteels to put Bayern 3-0 up, scoring his 21st Bundesliga goal against Wolfsburg in the process.
71' Wolfsburg are down to 10, with their captain Guilavogui receiving his second booking for that tackle on Cuisance.
71' PENALTY TO BAYERN! Seconds after Perisic almost sets up Lewandowski, Cusiance is scythed into by Guilavogui, with the official pointing straight to the spot.
68' Goretzka is back to his feet and will attempt to play on. However, Kimmich is warming up on the sideline.
66' Goretzka needs treatment after he lunged into a challenge with Guilavogui. The Bayern man definitely came off worse, and seems to have a problem with his shin or ankle.
J. Guilavogui
Yellow Card
66' For his part in that collision, Guilavogui has received a booking.
65' NO GOAL! Bayern think they have a third, after Lewandowski tucks into an empty net following a save from Casteels. However, the linesman’s flag was up for offside. After a VAR check, play continues and it remains 2-0.
Philippe Coutinho
S. Gnabry
62' Coutinho, meanwhile, is on in place of Gnabry.
I. Perišić
K. Coman
62' Coman – who opened the scoring early on – has been replaced by Perisic, who was a star at Wolfsburg before moving to Inter.
B. Pavard
Odriozola
62' Flick has responded by making a raft of changes himself. First, Odriozola has made way for Pavard.
João Victor
J. Brekalo
61' Joao Victor has come on in place of Brekalo.
O. Marmoush
R. Steffen
61' Two changes now for Wolfsburg. Steffen has been replaced by Marmoush.
59' Ginczek isolates Boateng one-on-one, and does well to shift the ball half a yard and engineer space for a shot. He gets it off, a low effort with plenty of power behind it, but Neuer is well placed to make a stop.
56' MISS! Another big, big chance for Gnabry on the counter. The former Arsenal winger raced in from the right, but rather than tee up Lewandowski – who was unmarked in the area – he elects to go for goal, with Casteels coming out to close the angle and the make the save.
55' Wolfsburg have been on top in the last five minutes, with Bayern’s defence under some pressure. An Arnold corner is cleared by Boateng, though only as far as Steffen. He goes for goal on the half-volley, but drags it wide.
53' Hoffenheim are currently 4-0 up at Dortmund, with Andrej Kramaric scoring all four goals. It means Wolfsburg, unless they can mount an unlikely comeback win, are heading for the Europa League qualifiers, rather than the group stage.
51' CHANCE! Casteels can only parry a cross-shot back into the danger zone, with Gnabry rushing on to meet the rebound. However, he fails to keep his composure, thumping his effort over the bar.
49' Arnold goes for goal, but though there is plenty of dip and power on his effort, it curls straight into the arms of Neuer.
48' A rather scrappy start to the second half, with neither side able to get their rhythm. Eventually, Weghorst finds space 25 yards out, proceeding to win a foul and hand Wolfsburg a free-kick in a promising position.
46' Kick-off! Bayern get proceedings back up and running.
Wolfsburg’s frustration will be made worse by the fact Hoffenheim are, surprisingly, 2-0 up at Borussia Dortmund. As it stands, the hosts will be finishing in seventh place.
So far, so good for Bayern, who look set to round off their Bundesliga season with yet another victory – an early effort from Coman and a wonderful goal from Cuisance has put them 2-0 up at the interval.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: WOLFSBURG 0-2 BAYERN MUNICH.
45' + 2' NO GOAL! Ginczek thinks he has pulled one back after bundling into Odriozola, who headed into his own net. However, the referee quickly disallows the goal due to a foul.
45' There will be two minutes of stoppage time.
43' Gnabry gets through, but his path to goal is blocked by Casteels. Bayern appeal for a handball, but there is nothing doing for the officials.
41' A bit of pinball in Bayern’s box leads to Steffen getting a rather awkward header off. For a moment, Neuer looks worried, but he is able to watch it trickle safely wide.
39' Bayern have now scored 73 goals in their 24 Bundesliga games under Flick.
K. Coman
Assist
37' Coman gets the assist to add to his earlier goal, though it was nothing more than a simple pass inside from the winger, and the credit must go to Cuisance.
M. Cuisance
Goal
37' WHAT A GOAL! Sensational from Cuisance, as the youngster drills in an exceptional strike from 25 yards out, picking out the top-left corner with inch-perfect precision. That’s some way to score his first Bundesliga goal for Bayern, who lead 2-0.
34' Just over! Muller stretches to get on the end of Goretzka's cross, managing to direct a looping header goalwards. Casteels was off his line, but scampers back just in time to see the ball land on the roof of the net.
32' CHANCE! Another huge opportunity, this time for Wolfsburg! A cross from the right catches Bayern’s centre-backs cold, but with Ginczek steaming in, Odriozola just does enough to put the striker off.
30' WHAT A MISS! How has Coman not made it 2-0? Alaba denies Steffen a path to goal and Bayern immediately counter, sweeping forward at pace. Gnabry picks out Coman, who sets himself before getting a shot off. But, from five yards out, he sends his effort into the side netting.
28' Odriozola goes on a run from his right-back berth, though his pass – aimed for Davies – is inadvertently cut out by Lewandowski. Wolfsburg break, and Odriozola has to bundle into Ginczek to stop the move.
25' The corner, however, comes to nothing, and there will now be a drinks break.
24' Slick build-up play from Bayern, as Cuisance charges forward and spreads a pass out to Gnabry. The winger hammers in a cross-shot, with Casteels having little choice but to parry it wide.
23' Wolfsburg have lost more games – 35 – and conceded more goals, 111 in total, in the Bundesliga against Bayern than they have against any other team.
21' More pressure from Wolfsburg, as Brekalo lofts in a free-kick which Alaba deflects up into the air. Weghorst latches onto the rebound, turning it wide, though he was offside, so any goal would not have counted.
19' GREAT SAVE! Moments after Coman had tried his luck from range – to no avail – Wolfsburg get in at the other end, with the ball played in to Brekalo inside the area. His first-time strike is well hit, but Neuer makes a fantastic stop.
17' A sloppy touch from Gnabry allows Wolfsburg to break, with Brekalo leading the charge. The winger drives inside before letting rip from 30 yards out, but his effort soars wide of Neuer’s goal.
W. Weghorst
Yellow Card
15' Frustration for Weghorst, after he becomes the first player to go into the book, having brought down Coman.
12' Weghorst has had one effort so far, having sent a strike goalwards which Neuer had to keep out. Wolfsburg have to get their talisman more involved in the final third if they are to test Bayern’s defence, though.
10' Ten minutes played and, though Wolfsburg have certainly not shied away from attacking Bayern, the visitors are finding plenty of space on the counter-attack, which Gnabry and Coman are able to exploit with their pace.
8' Lewandowski has scored 20 goals in 18 Bundesliga games against Wolfsburg – only Gerd Muller has netted more goals against one side in Bundesliga history.
6' Bayern continue to flood forward, with Lewandowski getting in down the left and drilling a low strike across the face of goal.
T. Müller
Assist
4' Muller was the creator, having played Coman in with a sublime throughball. That is the forward’s 21st assist of the season, seeing him break the record for a number of assists in a Bundesliga season.
K. Coman
Goal
4' GOAL! BAYERN TAKE THE LEAD! Well, that didn’t take long. The visitors hit the front with just four minutes played, after Coman raced in behind and slotted a cool finish across Casteels.
2' Roussillon gets forward for Wolfsburg, cutting inside from the left and getting a shot off with his weaker right foot, but it sails wide.
1' KICK-OFF! We are up and running in Bayern's final Bundesliga match of 2019-20.
The teams are out and kick-off is coming up shortly...
Bayern beat Freiburg 3-1 last time out, and Flick has made six changes from that match. Ulreich, Pavard, Javi Martinez, Hernandez, Kimmich and Singh all make way, with Neuer, Odriozola, who was promised a chance to play today, Alaba, Davies, Gnabry and Coman starting.
BAYERN MUNICH SUBSTITUTES: Benjamin Pavard, Sven Ulreich, Joshua Zirkle, Ivan Perisic, Oliver Batista Meier, Sarpreet Singh, Joshua Kimmich, Philippe Coutinho, Lucas Hernandez.
BAYERN MUNICH (4-2-3-1): Manuel Neuer; Alvaro Odriozola, Jerome Boateng, David Alaba, Alphonso Davies; Leon Goretzka, Michael Cuisance; Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, Kingsley Coman; Robert Lewandowski.
Just one change from Wolfsburg coach Oliver Glasner, with Xaver Schlager – who is injured – replaced in midfield by Guilavogui.
WOLFSBURG SUBSTITUTES: Felix Kraus, Yannick Gerhardt, Pavao Pervan, Omar Marmoush, Joao Victor, Luca Horn, Ulysses Llanez Jr, Robin Knoche, Julian Justvan.
WOLFSBURG (4-4-2): Koen Casteels; Kevin Mbabu, Marin Pongracic, John Brooks, Jerome Roussillon; Renato Steffen, Josuha Guilavogui, Maximilian Arnold, Josip Brekalo; Daniel Ginczek, Wout Weghorst.
Wolfsburg, on the other hand, hammered Schalke 4-1 last time out to ensure their place in the Europa League qualifiers for next season. They currently sit sixth, though Hoffenheim – who play Borussia Dortmund today – would overtake them should they better Wolfsburg’s result.
Bayern have had their eighth successive league title – and a 30th Bundesliga crown overall – wrapped up since defeating Werder Bremen on June 16. Hansi Flick’s side have won every game since the restart, and have the DFB-Pokal final to come next week. The last time they failed to win was in February, when they drew 0-0 with RB Leipzig.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of Bayern Munich’s final Bundesliga match of the season, as the champions take on Wolfsburg.