bundesliga matchday 34 roundup

Bundesliga Matchday 34 Roundup: Bayern Munich end Season on a High

Bayern Munich ended the Bundesliga season with 82 points following a 4-1 win over Freiburg on the final day of the campaign.

Freiburg would’ve surely felt hard done by because a win against Bayern would’ve seen them secure Europa League qualification, but instead, they fell a point short with Hertha Berlin occupying 6th-place.

Arjen Robben opened the scoring for Bayern in the 4th-minute before Arturo Vidal struck home in the 53rd-minute to take his side’s tally up to two goals.

Nils Petersen gave Freiburg a lifeline in the 76th-minute thanks to an assist from Vincenzo Griffo, but Bayern stood firm and prevented their opposition from gaining any sort of momentum in the game.

Franck Ribery and Joshua Kimmich scored in added time with Bayern bowing out of the domestic season with a superb win.

Borussia Dortmund managed to beat Hoffenheim to a 3rd-place finish having secured a 4-3 win over free-scoring Werder Bremen at the Signal Iduna Park.

Zlatko Junuzovic opened the scoring for Bremen before Marco Reus fired one home to draw the scores level.

Aubameyang doubled Dortmund’s lead 10 minutes later, but Fin Bartels had other ideas as he notched an equaliser for Bremen in the 46th-minute.

Max Kruse found the back of the net in the 68th-minute, but Marco Reus pulled one back from the penalty spot in the 75th-minute.

With both sides level, Pierre Aubameyang scored the winner via a spot-kick in the 89th-minute, thus gifting his side maximum points.

Anthony Modeste may not have scored in Cologne’s last game of the season, but the Billy Goats secured a 2-0 win over Mainz which sealed their place in next season’s Europa League.

Jonas Hector opened the scoring in the 43rd-minute whilst Yuya Osako struck home in the 87th-minute as Cologne secured a 2-0 win over Mainz.

Hoffenheim were held to a goalless draw by Augsburg despite dominating possession and creating a multitude of goalscoring opportunities.

Elsewhere, Bayer Leverkusen poured out all their frustrations of the season on Hertha Berlin as they secured a 6-2 victory away at the Olympiastadion,

Javier Hernandez opened the scoring in the 5th-minute before Kai Havertz went on to bag a first half brace thus taking the scores at the end of the first 45 to 3-0.

Stefan Kiessling scored in the 64th-minute through a penalty before Mitchell Weisser pulled one back for Hertha in the 71st-minute.

Charles Aranguiz scored Leverkusen’s 5th goal from the penalty spot in the 81st-minute before Sam Allagui scored a consolation goal for Hertha five minutes later.

Joel Pohjanpalo closed the scoring in stoppage time in what turned out to be the highest scoring game of the Bundesliga matchday.

Ingolstadt and Schalke shared the spoils on Saturday as both sides drew 1-1 with Pascal Gross and Donis Avdijaj scoring for their respective teams.

Benjamin Stambouli picked up a red card for Schalke in the 63rd-minute whilst Dario Lezcano squandered the corresponding penalty in the 64th-minute.

Hamburg condemned Wolfsburg to the relegation playoffs following their 2-1 win over die Wolfe.

Robin Knoche opened the scoring for Wolfsburg, but goals from Filip Kostic and Gian-Luca Waldschmidt helped Hamburg to the three points which brought them out of the dreaded relegation zone.

Eintracht Frankfurt held RB Leipzig to a 2-2 draw at the Commerzbank Arena. Marcel Sabitzer had opened the scoring before Yussuf Poulsen followed suit in the 56th-minute.

Jesus Vallejo and Danny Blum both struck home in the final ten minutes to earn their side a point.

Borussia Monchengladbach played out a 2-2 stalemate with Darmstadt at Borussia-Park.

After a goalless first half, Thorgan Hazard opened the scoring for Gladbach in the 50th-minute before Sven Schippolock scored the away side’s equaliser in the 62nd-minute.

Raffael doubled Gladbach’s lead three minutes later, but a stoppage time strike from Marcel Heller saw both sides share the spoils.

Bundesliga Table ​

bundesliga matchday 34 table

Highlights of Bundesliga Matchday 34 Games

Bayren Munich vs Freiburg


Dortmund vs Werder Bremen


Hertha Berlin vs Bayer Leverkusen


Eintracht Frankfurt vs Leipzig


Hamburger vs Wolfsburg


About the Author Phillip Ekuwem

Phillip is a football writer with an immense love and passion for the beautiful game. He’s well versed in European football as he enjoys watching the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and the Serie A.

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