Bayern Munich Crowned Champions Of Germany with a record seven games to spare after victory at Hertha Berlin.
Bayern Munich were crowned champions of Germany for a 24th time with a record seven games to spare after victory at Hertha Berlin.
Midfielder Toni Kroos set them on their way, finishing from 14 yards after Thomas Muller’s cross.
Mario Gotze made it 2-0 with a header from Bastian Schweinsteiger’s cross, before Adrian Ramos’s penalty reduced the deficit.
But Franck Ribery’s lob sparked wild celebrations among Bayern’s fans.
Guardiola has enjoyed many momentous moments during his managerial career.
But steering Bayern to a runaway success over their domestic rivals will feature highly on the 43-year-old’s curriculum vitae, along with his three La Liga titles and two Champions League successes at Barcelona.
The Spaniard, in his first season in charge of Munich, celebrated with his players on the Olympic Stadium pitch afterwards.
But Guardiola’s attention will already have turned to next week’s Champions League quarter-final with Manchester United.
Having secured the third piece of silverware of his short reign to go with the Uefa Super Cup and Fifa Club World Cup, Guardiola can now focus all his efforts on winning the European Cup.