Bayern Munich's players perform Running Man challenge after Bundesliga success

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It was a day of celebration for Bayern Munich's players yesterday as they secured their third-straight Bundesliga title following a comfortable 3-1 win over Hannover.

Robert Lewandowski's 30th strike of the season and a brace from Mario Gotze - perhaps his last goals for the club - saw the German outfit claim their 28th victory of what has been another phenomenal domestic campaign.

Jubilation ensued as the final whistle was blown in Munich, with Bayern lifting the trophy in front of their fans and lauding not only another title success, but also the last game of Pep Guardiola's reign.


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The Bavarians continued their celebrations in the dressing room - and in quite brilliant fashion.

In a video posted by centre-back Jerome Boateng (see below), the Germany international and his teammates performed their own rendition of the Running Man challenge.


It's a funny video for more reasons than one, though.

Gotze apparently saw fit to dance in his underwear, Rafinha was in a world of his own on the right-hand side and Franck Ribery - well, what exactly he's doing is anyone's guess.

Nevertheless, Bayern's dominance looks set to continue next season following their official captures of Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels and Renato Sanches of Benfica.

The former will reportedly cost £30 million, whilst the latter's transfer fee could rise from an initial £27.5 million to £35 million.

Where departures are concerned, Gotze has been told to find a new club this summer, with Liverpool and Dortmund interested.

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