Lewandowski’s Bayern end in a draw, RB Leipzig will go to the Champions League and Stuttgart saves itself at the expense of Hertha

Last day of this Bundesliga in which there was not much left to play. Bayern Munich were already crowned champions, with BvB accompanying them to the Champions League with Bayer Leverkusen. Only RB Leizpig had to ensure by taking at least one point but could also lose and count on a poor performance from Fribourg, which received … Bayer. Not easy then, and there was no miracle because the Breisgau Brazilians lost 2-1. Leipzig does indeed finish 4th and can blow a big blow. Christopher Nkunku’s teammates drew a late 1-1 draw on the lawn of Arminia Bielefeld, which will go down next year.

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Union Berlin came close to the feat but will settle for a fifth place in the end. In the second division only three years ago, the club from the capital achieved an excellent record and finished on top of that on a good note with a 3-2 victory with twists and turns over Bochum. For suspense, it was necessary to look at the bottom of the classification because thanks to a goal from Endo in added time and a victory over Cologne 2-1, Stuttgart leaves the sixteenth place of play-off to Hertha Berlin, beaten in Dortmund 2-1 after leading in the score.

Stuttgart sends Hertha to the barrage

Direction the meeting between Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich for the probable last match of Robert Lewandowski in the Bavarian jersey. Before the meeting, the club’s management confirmed the Pole’s intentions to leave, making this match without any particular stakes. The striker took the opportunity to score his 50th goal over the whole season, the 34th in the league. After Stanisic’s opener, he gave his team a break lead, which was eventually overtaken by two goals from Wind and Kruse.

In the other matches of this final day of the Bundesliga, Borussia Monchengladbach crushed Hoffenheim 5-1, saving a bit of a season that has generally been a failure. The red lantern, Greuther Fürth, already condemned for a long time, lost in Augsburg 2-1. Finally, Mainz and Eintracht Frankfurt, which will play the Europa League final next week, parted ways in a 2-2 draw. Frankfurt arguably already had the lead at Glasgow Rangers.

The final Bundesliga standings here.

The results of the 34th day:

  • Arminia Bielefeld 1 – 1 RB Leipzig: Hack (70th); Orban (90th+3)

  • Bayer Leverkusen 2 – 1 Freiburg: Alario (54th), Palacios (90th + 7); Haberer (88th)

  • Augsburg 2 – 1 Greuther Fürth: Caligiuri (sp 11th), Gregoritsch (84th); Ngankam (23rd)

  • Borussia Monchengladbach 5 – 1 Hoffenheim: Stindl (26th), Plea (sp 44th), Hofmann (45th+1, 68th), Embolo (53rd); Kramaric (3rd)

  • Mainz 2-2 Eintracht Frankfurt: Ingvartsen (10th, 49th); Tuta (25th), Santos Borre (35th)

  • Union Berlin 3 – 2 Bochum: Prömel (5th), Awoniyi (sp 25th, 88th); Zoller (55th), Lowen (79th)

  • Wolfsburg 2 – 2 Bayern Munich: Wind (45th); Kruse (58th); Stanisic (17th), Lewandowski (40th)

  • VfB Stuttgart 2 – 1 Cologne: Kalajdzic (12th), Endo (90th + 2); Modest (59th)

  • Borussia Dortmund 2 – 1 Hertha Berlin: Haaland (sp 68), Moukoko (84th); Belfodil (sp 18th)

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