34th Bundesliga Round: Lucky Leipzig and Haaland’s Goal Goodbye

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By Jonathan Lewis | 24th May 2022

Bayern secured their tenth title in a row back in the 31st round, but were still going to finish the season on a major note. Stanišić marked a rare appearance in the starting line-up with his Bundesliga debut goal, and then a frustrated Lewandowski scored his 35th goal in the league.

Wolfsburg vs Bayern 2-2

But the Wolves managed to bounce back, delighting those who bet on football. Wind equalized one goal before the break but Kruse restored the parity. 2:2. “Bayern finished with 77 points – their worst result in the last 10 years.

  • Wolfsburg, Volkswagen Arena
  • Goals: Wind 45, Kruse 58 – Stanisic 17, Lewandowski 40

Borussia D vs Hertha 2-1

Erling Haaland said goodbye to Dortmund in the most natural of ways – by scoring. 86 in 89 games for Borussia, or an average of 0.97 goals per game – the best figure in the club’s history among those who have played at least a dozen games for Dortmund. The Norwegian equalized in the 68th minute, while his potential successor Yussuf Mukoko secured the win against Hertha in the 84th. The 17-year-old prodigy needed only a minute on the pitch to do so.

Meanwhile, Hertha really needed a result. Had Felix Magath’s dinosaur team managed to get at least a point, they would have avoided relegation from the Bundesliga. But it was not as it was hoped – the Berlin side had two play-off battles for the right to exist in the elite.

  • Dortmund, Signal Iduna Park
  • Goals: Haaland 68 (penalty), Mukoko 84 – Belfodil 18 (penalty)

Bayern vs Freiburg 2-1

From a tournament point of view, Bayer didn’t need anything either, unlike their rival. “Freiburg, in case of their success over RB Leipzig, could claim a place in the Champions League. However, Christian Streich’s team were unable to fulfill even their part.

It was a crazy encounter, though. Alario opened the scoring in the opening stages of the second half, with Freiburg scoring just a couple of minutes before the end of regular time. He spoiled the debut of Russian Andrey Lunev in goal, whose appearance in front of the Pacific symbol in the center circle and StopWar banners looked, to put it mildly, crisp.

Palacios dashed Freiburg hopes in penal time, leaving Straich’s team with their ticket to the LE. Freiburg can take revenge on RB Leipzig in the German Cup final next weekend to the delight of all fans of sport betting Vulkan Bet.

  • Leverkusen, BayArena
  • Goals: Alario 53, Palacios 90+7 – Haberer 88

Arminia v RB Leipzig 1-1

“Leipzig were coping with their ‘task’ – by the beginning of the compensatory time, the Bulls somehow managed to lose to a hopeless Arminia, which could have opened the door for Freiburg to overtake on the final corner.

But on 90+3 minutes, Willy Orban calmed his fans down with a standard equalizer, thereby guaranteeing RB Leipzig a place in the Champions League.

  • Bielefeld, Schüko Arena
  • Goal: Serra 70 – Orban 90+3

Jonathan Lewis is an MFF sports writer


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