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Kingsley Coman misses out on the league title for the 1st time in his career after 12 consecutive triumphs

Bayern Munich’s winger Kingsley Coman will not win the domestic league title for the first time in his career. The French wide attacker has lifted the trophy in each of the previous 11 seasons, but now will have to settle for less, as Bayer Leverkusen have already clinched the Bundesliga title.

Coman is an 8-time German champion with Bayern Munich, while also winning two times the Serie A title in Italy with Juventus in 2015 and 2016, and the French Ligue 1 trophy in 2013 and 2014 with Paris Saint-Germain. The French international now has only the Champions League where his Bayern awaits Arsenal for the return leg, after the first meeting finished in 2:2 draw in London and Euro 24 as his last chances to win a silverware this season and increase his achievement of winning trophies every single season to 12 campaigns.

Throughout the current 2023/24 season, Coman has played in a total of 27 matches for the Bavarian giants, registering 5 goals and 3 assists. The winger has been suffering from an injury recently and has taken part in just 2 games since the end of January, but remained on the field for 50 minutes in Bayern’s 2:0 victory against Koln on Sunday, which can be taken as a positive sign for his recovery.