Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich celebrate Ligue 1 and Bundesliga title wins

Paris Saint-Germain celebrated a record-equalling 10th Ligue 1 title triumph amid a show of anger from the club's fans - and Bayern Munich secured a 10th consecutive Bundesliga crown.

PSG were held to a 1-1 home draw by 10-man Lens but the point was enough to secure the French crown with four games to spare.

Mauricio Pochettino's men only needed a point to seal the title and were on course for victory when Lionel Messi opened the scoring.

Kevin Danso was sent for a second booking but the visitors rescued a point when Corentin Jean equalised late on.

The win came amid a background of frustration from the PSG ultras still upset by the club's Champions League exit at the hands of Real Madrid.

They left the stadium 15 minutes early while the Parc des Princes was virtually empty only 10 minutes after the final whistle and the players did not do a lap of honour.

It was Pochettino's first league triumph as a manager and he told reporters: "We are going through a difficult period with the fans and we hope it will get better. We're in a democracy and we accept all protests. But we have to show respect for this title."

"That's something I don't understand," midfielder Marco Verratti said.

"I know that they were disappointed about Madrid, but at some point you have to move on."

"The atmosphere is a shame," PSG captain Marquinhos told Canal+.

"Football is our passion. We'll try to have as much fun as possible. It's a shame that won't be with the supporters but we have to deal with it."

Bundlesiga giants Bayern Munich had no issues beating Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in Der Klassiker to move 12 points clear of their nearest-challengers and seal the title with three games left.

Thomas Muller celebrates Bayern Munich title win

Goals from Serge Gnabry, Robert Lewandowski and Jamal Musiala secured the victory for Julian Nagelsmann's side.

The title triumph went some way to building bridges with Bayern fans also upset by the club's disappointing Champions League exit at the hands of Villarreal.

Germany sgriker Thomas Muller told reporters: "It was an opportunity to set the record straight. There has been a lot of frustration recently and it was an opportunity to let off steam. Now everything is wonderful."

He said: "This is not boring. This is outstanding. The more you win the greedier you get every year."

Lewandowski's goal took him to 33 in 31 starts in the German top flight and the striker said he understood the fans' recent frustrations.

"It's huge to be part of the team that wins a tenth title in a row," he told reporters. "The mood at home hasn't been good for the past two weeks, so this title will help us recover on track."

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