Borussia Dortmund and ex-Bayern player Niklas Süle lost the championship on the last matchday. © Dennis Ewert/Imago
Borussia Dortmund slip up on Matchday 34 of the Bundesliga, FC Bayern are German champions. Schalke is relegated. The conference ticker to read.
- Bundesliga, Matchday 34: All decisions on Saturday from 15.30 CET
- FC Bayern win the championship: Jamal Musiala scores just before the end
- BVB fail in championship race: Süle's equaliser in injury time comes too late
- The ticker for the Bundesliga final to read
FINAL WHISTLE: Out, end, over! FC Bayern are German champions, Borussia Dortmund lose the trophy on the last matchday. Schalke has been relegated, Stuttgart has to go into the relegation. Union Berlin qualifies for the Champions League. Freiburg and Leverkusen finished fifth and sixth, and Frankfurt also qualified for the European Cup. In the cup final next week, it will be decided whether for the Europa League or Conference League.
Matchday 34 of the Bundesliga
|Dortmund – Mainz||2:2 (0:2)|
|RB Leipzig – Schalke||4:2 (2:1)|
|Union Berlin – Bremen||1:0 (0:0)|
|Cologne – FC Bayern||1:2 (0:1)|
|Gladbach – Augsburg||2:0 (1:0)|
|Frankfurt – Freiburg||2:1 (0:0)|
|Wolfsburg – Hertha||1:2 (1:0)|
|Bochum – Leverkusen||3:0 (2:0)|
|Stuttgart – Hoffenheim||1:1 (0:0)|
BVB fail in championship race: Süle's equaliser in injury time comes too late
90. Minute +6: Goal for Dortmund. Süle scored the 2-2 equaliser shortly before the end.
90th minute + 5: Dortmund can no longer turn the game around and must hope that Bayern does not win.
90. Minute +4 (RBL-S04): Goal for Leipzig. Nkunku scores to make it 4-2.
90. Minute +1 (FRA-SCF): Goal for Frankfurt. Dina Ebimbe makes it 2-1.
FC Bayern win the championship: Jamal Musiala scores just before the end
89th minute (KÖL-FCB): Goal for FC Bayern. Musiala chases the ball into the corner to make it 2-1. Is this the championship goal for Bayern?
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86. Minute (VFL-LEV): Goal for Bochum. Stöger makes it 3-0.
83rd minute (FRA-SCF): Goal for Frankfurt. Kolo Muani scores the equaliser to make it 1-1.
83rd minute (FCU-SVW): Goal for Union Berlin. Khedira makes it 1-0, which would be enough for the Champions League.
82nd minute (RBL-S04): Goal for Leizpig. Poulsen makes it 3-2.
80th minute (KÖL-FCB): Penalty for Cologne. Ljubicic converts to make it 1-1. This puts BVB back in front.
80th minute (VFB-TSG): Goal for Stuttgart. Tiago Tomas equalises to make it 1-1.
78th minute (BVB-M05): Reyna heads into the goalkeeper's arms – there was more to it.
75th minute (VFB-TSG): Goal for Hoffenheim. Bebou heads an Angelino cross to give them a 1-0 lead.
BVB can hope: Guerreiro scores follow-up goal
69. Minute (BVB-M05): Goal for Dortmund. Guerreiro pushes the ball into the goal with the help of the left inside post. But BVB still need two goals.
68th minute (WOB-BSC): Goal for Hertha. Richter scores the 2-1 lead. As a result, Wolfsburg slips to seventh place behind Leverkusen.
68th minute (BVB-M05): Dortmund tries everything and pushes Mainz deep into their own half.
61st minute (KÖL-FCB): Sommer deflects a Selke header over the crossbar.
59th minute (BVB-M05): Huge chance for BVB! Hummels extends with a header, but Haller does not bring the ball towards goal with a tackle. Earlier, Onisiwo had only hit the crossbar for Mainz.
55th minute (WOB-BSC): Goal for Hertha. Scherhant equalises to make it 1-1.
49. Minute (RBL-S04): Goal for Schalke. Orban scores an own goal to make it 2-2, goalkeeper Nyland makes a mistake in the build-up, Bülter pushes the ball towards the post and Orban stumbles the ball into the goal. Pure slapstick! Schalke can hope again.
46th minute: The ball is rolling again in the second half of the Bundesliga conference.
HALF-TIME: What a first half on this matchday 34. BVB are 0-2 down at half-time and also had to replace Adeyemi for Reus. A few kilometres away, Bayern are on a 1-0 win in Cologne. Schalke would have to be relegated as of now.
45th minute +4 (BMG-FCA): Augsburg's Gumny receives the red card for an emergency brake. Stindl chases the ensuing free-kick goal, but Koubek holds out his fists.
45th minute (KÖL-FCB): FC Bayern make it 2-0 through Leroy Sané. In the making, however, the goal scorer had his hand on the ball, which is why the goal is withdrawn according to the video images.
44th minute (FRA-SCF): Goal for Freiburg. Grifo heads the 1-0. This would put SC in the Champions League as things stand.
40th minute (BMG-FCA): Goal for Gladbach. Hofmann increases the lead to 2-0 after a one-two with Stindl.
34. Minute (BOC-LEV): Goal for Bochum. Asano made it 2-0 for VfL.
28. Minute (RBL-S04): Goal for Schalke. Kaminski shortens to 1:2.
24. Minute (BVB-M05): Goal for Mainz. Onisiwo heads in a cross from Lee to make it 2-0, Kobel can only steer the leather against the inside post. Emre Can didn't pay attention in the middle. Bitter for BVB, who now need three goals.
19. Minute (BOC-LEV): Goal for Bochum. Förster puts VfL in the lead.
BVB lose their nerve in the championship thriller: Haller misses penalty
19th minute (BVB-M05): Penalty for Dortmund. But Haller fails at Mainz keeper Dahmen.
19. Minute (RBL-S04): Goal for Leipzig. Nkunku makes it 2-0.
15th minute (BVB-M05): Goal for Mainz. Hanche-Olsen scores from a corner kick to make it 1-0. BVB is in danger of losing the championship, currently Bayern are ahead.
10. Minute (RBL-S04): Goal for Leipzig. Konrad Laimer puts the Red Bulls in the lead.
FC Bayern on a master's course: Coman scores the lead with a dream goal
8th minute (KÖL-FCB): Goal for FC Bayern! Kingsley Coman twirls the leather to the inside post – dream goal. This means that Bayern temporarily jump to the top of the table.
8th minute (BOC-LEV): Reds for Leverkusen's Adli after an assault.
4th minute (BMG-FCA): Goal for Gladbach. Net scores to make it 1-0 after great preparatory work by Hofmann.
2nd minute (WOB-Hertha): Goal for Wolfsburg, 1:0 by Kaminski.
1st minute: Kick-off! Let's go to the last Bundesliga conference of the season.
Update from May 27, 15:28 p.m.: The tension rises. The players of all 18 Bundesliga teams are waiting in the players' tunnel and waiting for it to finally start. On the last matchday, FC Bayern and Dortmund will be fighting for the championship, but there will also be close decisions in the fight for Europe and relegation.
Update from May 27, 15:20 p.m.: A stray swarm of bees has made it difficult to broadcast Sky in Dortmund before the big championship final of the Bundesliga. Dietmar Hamann, Erik Meijer and presenter Michael Leopold were violently buzzed around in preparation about 45 minutes before the start of the game and even had to interrupt their panel of experts. Even a camera was no longer usable.
The swarm had largely settled on a TV spotlight, which two brave firefighters finally carried out of the interior. It didn't get much better at first. The visit was fitting: BVB's mascot is the bee "Emma".
Update from May 27, 15:05 p.m.: Before the BVB match against Mainz, there was a power outage in Dortmund. Ironically, the power went out at the "Signal-Iduna-Park" stop. The fans were diverted via the main train station. The arrival of the stadium visitors was delayed accordingly.
Champions thriller between BVB and FC Bayern: line-ups are here
Update from May 27, 14:55 p.m.: At FC Bayern, Goretzka and Musiala are only on the bench, but Gravenberch and Sané play, and Thomas Müller is also in the starting line-up.
|FC Bayern line-up:||Sommer - Pavard, Upamecano, de Ligt, Mazraoui - Kimmich, Gravenberch - Coman, Müller, Sané - Gnabry|
|Borussia Dortmund line-up:||Kobel - Wolf, Süle, Hummels, Ryerson - Brandt, Can, Guerreiro - Malen, Haller, Adeyemi|
Update from May 27, 14:45 p.m.: BVB will again be without midfield ace Jude Bellingham in the starting line-up against Mainz today, but the 19-year-old is back in the squad after his knee problems.
Preliminary report: Munich – On Saturday afternoon (kick-off at 15.30 CET), the last and 34th matchday of the Bundesliga is on the agenda. The championship is more exciting than it has been for a long time. Borussia Dortmund go into the long-distance duel with FC Bayern Munich with a two-point lead. And also in the fight for Europe and against relegation, the decisions could literally be made at the last minute.
Klopp interferes in title race between BVB and FC Bayern
BVB are very close to their big goal of becoming German champions for the first time since 2012. Should Borussia win the home game against Mainz at Signal Iduna Park, the trophy is safe. In the event of a blunder, however, FC Bayern could still pass with a win in Cologne.
Thomas Müller has already made himself unpopular with a nasty trick before the championship final and is building up maximum pressure on BVB. He had read that the whole city, "I think 200,000 to 400,000 fans would be expected at a championship celebration. I'll put it this way: To meet the expectations of so many people, you have to get that right with a wide cross on the pitch. If the whole Dortmund South wants to win, you have to withstand it as a player." Even ex-BVB coach Jürgen Klopp is getting involved in the title race and is "a bit nervous".
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The Mainz team could tip the scales in the championship race. The Rheinhessen defeated the Bavarians a few weeks ago. Will they be able to do the same against BVB this time? However, FSV have to play away in Dortmund. Ex-Mainz coach Thomas Tuchel is hoping for help.
But the battle for Europe also promises pure excitement. Union Berlin (against Bremen) and Freiburg (in Frankfurt) are level on points and are fighting for the last place in the Champions League. Leverkusen (in Bochum) and Wolfsburg (against relegated Hertha) are dueling for sixth place, while the Werkself are in a better position with a one-point lead. With a three-point deficit, Eintracht Frankfurt only has outsider chances.
Relegation thriller: Four teams fight to stay in the league
In the relegation battle, a heart-stopping final awaits the fans. Augsburg (34 points) has the best chance of staying in the league in 14th place, followed by Stuttgart (32), Bochum (32) and Schalke (31). Hertha BSC was relegated at the last minute last week. In our conference ticker on Saturday, from 15.30 CET, you won't miss any highlights from the last Bundesliga matchday. (ck)