Bayern Munich win German Cup, secure domestic double
In front of 74,322 spectators, league champions Bayern Munich found the opening goal in the 29th minute with Robert Lewandowski.
In the second half, Bayern increased the lead even further as Kingsley Coman scored in 78th minute and Lewandowski added another one in the 86th minute.
The victory secured the domestic double for Bayern, who brought home the German Cup for the 19th time in their history.
The match also meant goodbye for Dutch star Arjen Robben and French star Franck Ribery, as they were subbed in late in the game, donning the Bayern uniform for the final time.
Bayern's manager Niko Kovac won the DFB-Pokal (German Cup) with Eintracht Frankfurt last season.
Germany's President Frank-Walter Steinmeier was also among audience to watch the match.