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Press on Bayer Leverkusen: “Xabi I of Germany ends the tyranny of Bavaria”

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Press on Bayer Leverkusen: “Xabi I of Germany ends the tyranny of Bavaria”

Sport Leverkusen champions for the first time

“Xabi I of Germany ends the tyranny of Bavaria”

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Bayer Leverkusen celebrates the first championship in club history and dethrones FC Bayern. The international media recognizes the team’s performance and celebrates coach Xabi Alonso. Especially in his home country of Spain. The press reviews.

After a good twelve years and over 4,000 days, FC Bayern was dethroned as German football champions. The dominance was broken by a club that had never won the title before: Bayer Leverkusen. The media praised the achievements of the Werkself and in particular those of master coach Xabi Alonso. Loud hymns of praise are being sung, especially in his home country of Spain. The press reviews.

Spain

Brand: “Xabi I. of Germany: Bayer Leverkusen conquers the first Bundesliga championship in its history. What neither Borussia Dortmund nor RB Leipzig managed at the time, Bayer Leverkusen managed to do: end the tyranny of Bayern.”

Sports world: “Bayer Leverkusen under Xabi Alonso is already a legend.”

Bayer Leverkusen completes its first championship title in the club’s history

Bayer Leverkusen has won the German football championship for the first time in the club’s history. Coach Xabi Alonso’s team won 5-0 against Werder Bremen and can no longer be caught. WELT reporter Paul Klinzing reports from Leverkusen.

Source: WELT TV / Paul Klinzing

As: “Bayer Leverkusen are champions. Xabi is master. Football is master. After eleven years of Bayern’s tyranny, the king has changed for the first time in the Bundesliga.”

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Sport: “Xabi Alonso rules the Bundesliga with Leverkusen. A year and a half to bury 119 years of history. A year and a half to take a broken, identityless and league-worn team to a dimension it had only dreamed of in its wildest dreams. A year and a half to tell all of Germany that there is something more in the Bundesliga than Bayern.”

Great Britain

The Guardian: “Especially because of the corporate support from Bayer, the Leverkusen team hardly attracts much sympathy from the German football audience. The plastic label continues to haunt her. So perhaps Alonso’s team’s greatest achievement this season was creating something so undeniably human. (…) A new reality took shape, a separation between past torments and present fantasies, between the Leverkusen that exists now and the Leverkusen that will never exist again.

Independent: Bayer Leverkusen wins the championship and ends Bayern Munich’s streak after eleven titles. Leverkusen was bottom in the second half of the table when Xabi Alonso took over the team in October 2022. The Spaniard led the club to a historic title in his first full season as coach (of a professional team).”

Xabi Alonso celebrates the title

Quelle: Getty Images/Lars Baron

The Sun: “Fans rushed to celebrate before the final whistle as Bayern Leverkusen sealed their first ever Bundesliga title with a 5-0 win over Werder Bremen. Incredibly, Xabi Alonso’s men ended Bayern Munich’s 12-year grip on the crown without losing a single game in the entire Bundesliga season.”

Switzerland

Daily indicator: “The Bundesliga has rarely seen a better champion. Leverkusen says goodbye to Vizekusen with a 5-0 win against Bremen and wants to gain financial muscle so that this title doesn’t remain a one-off. (…) The club has freed the league from the yoke of FC Bayern Munich, from the crippling superiority of an FCB that had recently won the title eleven times in a row.”

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Blick: “Undefeated to the championship trophy. Wirtz hat trick and Xhaka dream goal secure Leverkusen the title. Bayern’s dominance in the Bundesliga is over. At 7:19 p.m. all dams finally break in the BayArena: Bayer Leverkusen beats Werder Bremen 5-0 and are crowned German champions. For Leverkusen it is the first Bundesliga title in the club’s history. The joy of the team, the staff and the fans? Indescribable! Thousands storm the pitch before the final whistle and cheer with their heroes.”

France

The Team: “Bayer Leverkusen didn’t tremble. Unbeaten in all competitions since the start of the season (43 games), Xabi Alonso’s team converted their first match point on Sunday against Werder Bremen (5-0) and made history with their first championship title in Germany. Winning the championship after eleven years of Bavarian hegemony is one thing. It’s another to crown yourself five match days before the end. An XXL cable that commands respect.”

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The Parisian: “A historic achievement to which coach Xabi Alonso, who has completely revolutionized this team, is anything but a stranger.”

Italy

Corriere dello Sport: “A success that has been waited for for 120 years. (…) Xabi Alonso’s team completed an extraordinary journey today with 25 wins and 4 draws in 29 league games: 79 points, sixteen more than Bayern Munich and Stuttgart, who won their games yesterday, which makes the triumph today in the “Makes BayArena even more beautiful.”

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Corriere della Sera: “Bayer is celebrating. One letter changes, but that changes the world. The “Neverkusen”, so called because they have never won anything significant in their history (just two cups in 120 years), defeated Werder Bremen 5-0 and celebrated in front of their fans thanks to goals from Boniface, Xhaka and Wirtz (hat trick).”

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