Ghanaian striker Kwasi Okyere Wriedt was an unused substitute as Bayern Munich sealed their eighth consecutive league title on Tuesday night.
Wriedt watched the entire game from the bench as The Bavarians recorded a 1-0 victory over Werder Bremen in a near-empty stadium courtesy Robert Lewandowski’s strike.
The visitors were far from their best against a Werder Bremen side fighting for survival at the other end of the table.
With the game goalless, Bremen’s Maximilian Eggestein went close from distance before Lewandowski’s winner after Kingsley Coman had earlier headed narrowly wide.
The Poland international chested down Jerome Boateng’s chipped pass to net the only goal of the game and seal the league title with two games to spare.
Coman again went close before Davies was sent off with 11 minutes remaining, while Werder Bremen had a late appeal for a penalty for handball turned down.
Werder Bremen remain 17th on the league table, level on points with Fortuna Düsseldorf who currently occupy the relegation play-off spot but now with a game in hand over their rivals