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Bayern Munich star continues remarkable career statistic after dramatic Bundesliga win
- Kingsley Coman was on target as Bayern Munich defeated Koln to win the Bundesliga
- The Frenchman is 26 years old and has won 12 league titles
- The winger has won a league title in EVERY season he's played in his career
Bayern Munich pipped Borussia Dortmund to win the Bundesliga on Saturday, with both the club and winger Kingsley Coman winning their 11th league titles in a row.
Coman has now won eight successive league titles for Bayern since joining in 2015, with 11 in total during his career.
What makes this stat remarkable is the fact that it he has still won a league title during every single season of his career, with the first coming back in 2012/13 as a 16-year-old, making just a single appearance as PSG won their first league title following their Qatari takeover.
He won again in his second season with the French club in 2013/14 before leaving Paris to join Juventus. He spent just a single season in Italy, but won Serie A before a loan move to Bayern for two seasons and a permanent deal was secured in 2017 to continue a successful partnership between the club and player.
This run was under threat ahead of Saturday's finale, with Bayern facing a two point deficit to Dortmund. The Black and Yellow were hosting ninth placed Mainz at home and looked hot favourites to win the title away for the first time since 2011/12.
The winger scored the opening goal for Bayern on Saturday, with the French winger scoring in the eighth minute. With Dortmund losing at home to Mainz, the goal had looked to be enough, but an 81st minute Koln penalty left Bayern needing a goal to clinch the league title back.
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This goal came from Jamal Musiala, with the young German's 89th minute strike winning the title for Bayern in dramatic final day scenes. They beat Dortmund on goal difference, with a 2-2 draw salvaged by the Black and Yellow by two second-half goals.