Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller celebrates scoring their first goal with Corentin Tolisso. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
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The Bundesliga title race has been a virtual one-horse race since Bayern Munich took over top spot in late October and the defending champions are now just a matter of days away from a record-extending sixth consecutive league crown. Bayern should make light work of relegation candidates Hamburg SV Saturday but will need to wait at least until next week to mathematically seal a 28th German league title, their 27th since the introduction of the Bundesliga in 1963 .The side's league title is as certain as the departure of Heynckes at the end of the season, however, with the veteran having come out of retirement to replace sacked Carlo Ancelotti in October and instantly turning Bayern's season around.
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