Kingsley Coman has won the league every year since becoming a professional footballer
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Kingsley Coman's incredible league title record continued after Bayern Munich's dramatic Bundesliga triumph on the final day.
Coman, scorer of the winning goal in the 2020 Champions League final, has won the league in every single season of his career since he turned professional.
His first title came as a 16-year-old during the 2012/13 campaign when be burst onto the scene at Paris Saint-Germain, before a second followed in the next campaign.
The 26-year-old then moved to Juventus and lifted Serie A in his first season before continuing his dominant run with Bayern, where he has lifted a staggering eight titles in a row from 2015/16 onwards.
The Bavarians have won the league 11 times in a row and ran riot in the Bundesliga. But this season's title was the most difficult to secure and went down to the very final minutes.
Borussia Dortmund looked like they were in a perfect position to win a first title since 2012, having gone into the final day two points clear.
Coman put Bayern ahead early on against Koln on the final and it was all going wrong for Dortmund early on as after Sebastien Haller missed a penalty, Andreas Hanche-Olsen and Karim Onisiwo struck for Mainz at Signal Iduna Park.
Raphael Guerrero reduced the deficit for Edin Terzic's men and they thought they were going to be celebrating a title when Koln equalised against Bayern through a Dejan Ljubicic penalty in the 81st minute.
However, wonderkid Jamal Musiala came off the bench to score a last-gasp winner for Thomas Tuchel's side that ultimately sealed the title.
Dortmund levelled in stoppage time through former Bayern defender Niklas Sule but they ran out of time for a third and Bayern lifted the Meisterschale after winning on goal difference in cruel fashion.
Those involved with Dortmund were reduced to tears, with Jude Bellingham particularly emotional and shoving a camera away in frustration afterwards.