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We hope you enjoyed our commentary and we look forward to seeing you again next time! Cologne will finish their Bundesliga season away from home against a Wolfsburg side who currently occupy the relegation play-off position.
Next up for Bayern is a home fixture at the Allianz Arena against Stuttgart where they will officially be awarded the Bundesliga trophy.
Goals from James and Lewandowski — both assisted by Muller — were enough to guarantee Munich all three points and condemn Cologne to their 21st loss of the season.
The home side were unable to maintain their fast-paced start, and their attacking intent seemed to have disappeared completely after the restart. Despite a poor first half, Bayern Munich run out comfortable winners after a second period in which they looked like champions of Germany.
Cologne 1 - 3 Bayern Munich. Bayern are just holding possession in their half, looking to run out the clock and ensure their victory. The fourth official indicates there will be an additional two minutes at the end of regulation.
After consulting the replay, she adjudges that the challenge is not worthy of a penalty, and instead awards Cologne a corner which is promptly cleared.
Sandro Wagner is in all alone but misses the target completely. Luckily for the striker, he did not hold his run and the play is blown dead for offside — which will surely save his blushes.
Christian Clemens is taken off in Cologne's final substitution of the match - with Milos Jojic on to replace him. Shortly after going behind by two, Claudio Pizarro is sent on for Simon Terodde.
James Rodriguez goes from finisher to set-up man as the Colombian is given the assist for Tolisso's goal. Cologne were having difficulty clearing their lines after a mis-hit defensive volley.
James gets the ball and takes his time finding a target before putting an in-swinging cross to the penalty spot for Tolisso to nod home. The Polish international did not look happy to be substituted and walked right past his coach without any acknowledgement.
Thomas Muller - who was instrumental in both of Bayern's goals - will get to end his day early as Corentin Tolisso comes onto the field for the final 15 minutes.
Ruthenbeck is not happy on the Cologne bench as the manager is incensed that a penalty was not given for a tug in the penalty area on Terodde from Sule.
He will have to watch the final quarter-hour of the match from the stands. Simon Zoller makes way for Jhon Cordoba in Cologne's first change of the match.
So close for Lewandowski! The ball is sent over the top from just outside the penalty area by Thiago looking for the Polish striker but there is slightly too much power on the pass and Horn can collect for a goal-kick.
Bayern Munich have somehow flipped the script despite a poor first half. Thomas Muller has been the catalyst for both goals, and the champions are piling on the pressure, making the most of the switch in momentum.
Bayern look almost certain for a third and it wouldn't be surprising if this gets much worse for Cologne. Muller's second assist in two minutes shows his strength, as he was able to hold off a defender before setting Robert Lewandowski up for the goal.
Rafinha puts a low cross in from the right to Muller who holds up play with his back to goal. He then sees the run of Lewandowski and the German international tees it up for the striker to slot past Horn from close range!
Thomas Muller gets credited with the assist after his cushioned header set up James. James Rodriguez levels the scoring from a simple tap-in! FC Bayern München 1, 1.
Robert Lewandowski FC Bayern München left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Thomas Müller with a headed pass.
Assisted by Thomas Müller following a set piece situation. Foul by Milos Jojic 1. Assisted by Milos Jojic. Assisted by Thomas Müller with a cross.
Foul by Tim Handwerker 1. Kingsley Coman replaces Arturo Vidal. Foul by Dominique Heintz 1. They are ready to continue. Delay in match Salih Özcan 1.
FC Köln because of an injury. Conceded by Niklas Süle. Assisted by Rafinha with a cross following a corner. Foul by Frederik Sörensen 1.
Thomas Müller FC Bayern München header from the right side of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Niklas Süle with a through ball.
Arturo Vidal FC Bayern München left footed shot from the right side of the box is close, but misses the top left corner. Offside, FC Bayern München.
FC Köln left footed shot from more than 35 yards misses to the right. Assisted by Lukas Klünter. An Alaba effort and a Müller header went just wide before Bayern finally made their dominance count.
A majestic Boateng chip found Müller in the box, whose header invited Lewandowski to crash home on the hour mark. The Reds almost doubled the lead when a Boateng cross found Alaba, but the Austrian's header cannoned back into play off the bar.
Köln upped the pace in the closing stages, Klünter forcing a fine save from Starke before Süle blocked a shot, and Siebert blew for full-time. The result takes Bayern onto 38 points from 16 matches, nine clear of new second-placed team Schalke.
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