Inverness CT ensured there would be no nervy finish to the season for them with a 3-1 victory over Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership. The victory all but secured top-flight safety for the Highlanders, who claimed the points after going behind to a Kallum Higginbotham goal just before the interval. Inverness CT ensured there would be no nervy finish to the season for them with a 3-1 victory over Kilmarnock The hosts hit back after Killie goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald was dismissed on 53 minutes for denying Ross Draper a goalscoring opportunity, Greg Tansey levelling from the resulting spot-kick. Draper and Danny Williams then both struck in a three-minute spell to seal the victory and leave Kilmarnock in the thick of relegation trouble.Inverness carved out the first real opening after half-an-hour when Miles Storey ran at the heart of the Killie defence into the penalty area, where Williams stepped on to the ball and curled a shot towards the far corner which was pushed behind by MacDonald. Kallum Higginbotham opens the scoring for Kilmarnock at Inverness From the resulting corner the ball dropped at the feet of Gary Warren and he scooped a net-bound effort towards the corner, but Julien Faubert got up to head the ball clear.The home side came close with another corner three minutes later as Danny Devine flicked the ball towards the back post where Draper hooked the ball past MacDonald and against the outside of the upright. Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark gave his post-match thoughts after his side were beaten by Inverness CT But Kilmarnock took the lead on 44 minutes as Greg Kiltie laid off a pass to Higginbotham and he stepped inside Tansey to curl the ball inside the far post from 16 yardsFive minutes after the break, Rory McKenzie took a quick throw-in to Faubert and he delivered a superb cross into the box for Kris Boyd to send his diving header just over the target from six yards.Inverness were gifted a route back into the match when Draper (53) latched on to a sloppy pass back from Conrad Balatoni and nicked the ball round MacDonald, who was committed to the challenge and brought the midfielder down. Inverness CT celebrates Gerg Tanseys (c) goal MacDonald was dismissed by referee John Beaton, and two minutes later Tansey blasted the resulting penalty past the diving Conor Brennan, who got his fingers to the ball but was beaten by the pace.Tansey then tested Brennan with a powerful strike from 25 yards, which the keeper held, and within minutes Drapers shot hit grounded Kilmarnock defender Miles Addison and spun off the outside of the post. Man-of-the-match Greg Tansey and Ross Draper of Inverness give their thoughts after the win over Kilmarnock At the other end of the pitch Boyd placed a free-kick from 30 yards around the Thistle wall only to be denied by the post, and the ball spun off the onrushing McKenzie and flew wide of the target.Josh Meekings then headed the ball wide from five yards with the goal at his mercy after Storey delivered a superb cross to the back post.Inverness took the lead on 73 minutes when Warren flicked on yet another corner and Draper hooked the ball past both Brennan and Boyd from inside the six-yard box. 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Goals from Toni Kroos, Mario Goetze and Franck Ribery sealed the unbeaten defending champions 24th German title with seven games to spare, bettering the mark set in last years record-breaking campaign by one game. Adrian Ramos pulled one back from the penalty spot for Hertha, but there was to be no denying Pep Guardiola his first Bundesliga title in his first season as coach. "We worked very hard for this title. When you win by 25 points people can think its easy. But its not easy, especially after the last season with three titles," the Spaniard said. "When you win 19 games one after the other, it speaks for the mentality of the team." Bayerns 19th consecutive win, its 10th consecutive victory away from home, and its unbeaten run of 52 games are all Bundesliga records. Bayern finished 25 points ahead of Borussia Dortmund last season and is even more dominant this campaign. "We can see you, but we still need a telescope," Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp said. Of 27 games so far this season, Bayern has won 25 and drawn the other two. It has also scored more goals (79) and conceded fewer (13) than any other side by a large margin. "Its impressive," Klopp said. "You have to take your hat off to the consistent performances they deliver on the pitch and the drive they have." Klopps side had to settle for a 0-0 draw in the Ruhr derby with Schalke despite dominating. Dortmund remained one point ahead of Schalke but slipped 25 behind Bayern, the first side to win the Bundesliga as early as March. "Were all very surprised as we expected it in February," Schalke general manager Horst Heldt joked. "But seriously, it was a magnificent season from Bayern." Bayerns celebrations were reserved by usual standards, perhaps an indicator of how predictable the title race had become. Players donned T-shirts with the number 24 referring to Bayerns championships on their backs, while Guardiola remained on the bench speaking with his wife on the mobile phone. There were none of the traditional "beer showers" and no trophy was presented. "Congratulations to Bayern, especially to coach Pep Guardiola," Germany coach Joachim Loew said. "He developed the team even further and clearly left his mark in terms of dominance and possession." Many wondered how Guardiola could match the success enjoyed under predecessor Jupp Heynckes, who led Bayern to its first treble of Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup victories last year. Guardiola led Barcelona to 14 titles in four seasons in charge of the club where he played most of his career as a stylish defensive midfielder. But there was no guarantee he could replicate that success in Germany, a country he had only experienced as a visitor beforee.dddddddddddd Guardiola spoke German on his introduction to the media last June, two days before beginning work as Bayern coach. Since then he has made the best ever start for a coach in the Bundesliga, where he is yet to taste defeat, while he has led Bayern to three titles including the latest. Bayern had already won the Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup under his tenure. "You always hope it goes well but I never expected it to go so well. The first four or five months were difficult but the individual talent saw us through," Guardiola said. "Well celebrate this today and tomorrow." With domestic domination appearing secure for years to come, Bayern will measure its success on a continental scale. The clubs achievement of five European Cup or Champions League titles is eclipsed only by Real Madrid and AC Milan, with nine and seven, respectively. Bayern aims to become the first side to defend the title since it was changed to the new format in 1992. It was handed a favourable draw for the quarterfinals in a Manchester United side still finding its feet since Alex Ferguson retired as coach. The only cloud on the horizon has been Uli Hoeness conviction for tax evasion. The former Bayern president, who is widely credited with building up this dominant team, is soon expected to begin his 3 1/2-year prison term. "The championship is for Uli Hoeness, the most important person at the club," Guardiola said. Kroos opened the scoring with a half-volley through Hertha goalkeeper Thomas Krafts legs in the sixth minute, after Christoph Janker deflected Thomas Muellers cross into the unmarked midfielders path. It ensured Bayerns record of scoring in 64 successive Bundesliga games continued. Poor defending from the home side allowed Goetze to score with a header from Bastian Schweinsteigers cross in the 14th. The intensity dropped in the second half until an apparent push from Rafinha on Ramos allowed the Colombian striker pull one back from the penalty spot in the 66th. Ribery made sure of the result in the 79th with a fine finish after a determined run past a host of defenders by Goetze. "It is indeed a bit cold outside in March but you can tell that we were up for it and wanted to win every game," Bayern and Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said. "Its very special to be German champions so early." Football statisticians Opta said Bayern set a new Bundesliga record against Hertha with 1,078 passes, and that Bayern captain Philipp Lahm successfully completed all of his 133, also a record. "After the last successful season we were very focused in our work and were champions even earlier than last year. Its good and were happy," Bayern sporting director Matthias Sammer said. Bayerns previous seven titles also came at matches away from home. Also Tuesday, Wolfsburg won 3-1 at Werder Bremen and bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig grabbed a lifeline with 3-1 home victory over Mainz. ' ' '