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FC Bayern are already champions, but there are still a few decisions to be made on the 34th Bundesliga matchday. The live ticker for the nine games from 3.30 p.m.

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Bundesliga: The nine games in the ticker from 3.30 p.m

VfB Stuttgart – 1. FC Cologne 1:0 (1:0) Dortmund – Hertha BSC 0: 1 (0: 1)
Bielefeld 0-0 RB Leipzig (0-0) Leverkusen – SC Freiburg 1:0 (0:0)
Wolfsburg – Bayern 1: 2 (1: 2) Union Berlin – VfB Bochum 2: 1 (2: 0)
Augsburg – Fürth 1: 1 (1: 1) Gladbach – Hoffenheim 4: 1 (2: 1)
Mainz 05 – Eintracht Frankfurt 2: 2 (1: 2)

BVB – Hertha, 55 minutes: After almost an hour, Dortmund slowly turns up. After a free kick by Reus, Hertha can still free themselves, the capital city would have to keep their result for 35 minutes. Even a draw would guarantee relegation.

Union – Bochum, 56 minutes: Bochum’s Simon Zoller shortens the goal after a cross, worth seeing, with a header in the Alte Försterei, where it is now 2-1 for the home side.

Gladbach – Hoffenheim, 53 minutes: In Mönchengladbach the goals were saved for the last day of the game, Embolo marked the goal to make it 4-1.

Mainz – Frankfurt, 49 minutes: In Mainz the equalizer falls through Ingvartsen!

Leverkusen – Freiburg, 54 minutes: Alario closes after a nice cross pass from Schick and scores for Leverkusen’s lead!

BVB – Hertha, 49 minutes: Dortmund played cautiously in the first half and few chances were created. BVB coach Marco Rose also sees no improvement in performance in the second round. The people of Stuttgart shouldn’t like that much…

Stuttgart – Cologne, 47 minutes: Cologne’s Marc Uth has the first chance of the game, but only VfB is actually playing here. The Swabians need the win to stay up, at the same time Borussia Dortmund would have to turn the game against Hertha BSC.

Leverkusen – Freiburg, 46 minutes: The ball is rolling again, including in Leverkusen, where SC Freiburg can still qualify for the Champions League with a win. However, a victory for Breisgau would be necessary for this.

Bundesliga: hits in the conference – exciting relegation battle

halftime: What a first half, 15 goals have already been scored in nine places. Surprisingly, Hertha BSC is leading in Dortmund and has now secured relegation, while VfB Stuttgart is in the relegation zone despite being in the lead against Cologne. Bielefeld is still 0-0 against RB Leipzig and keeps the fight for the last place in the Champions League exciting.

Wolfsburg – FC Bayern, 45 minutes: And the connection for Wolfsburg! After a cross from Kruse, the wind turns and shortens to 1:2.

Gladbach – Hoffenheim, 45th + 1 minute: Stindl serves Jonas Hofmann, who plucks the ball down hard, curves around Baumann and scores 3-1 for Gladbach.

Bundesliga: farewell goal for Bayern? Robert Lewandowski scores to make it 2-0

Wolfsburg – FC Bayern, 40 minutes: There is the second goal for Munich and this time it counts too. Müller serves Lewandowski with a strong cross, the Pole heads in – for his last goal for Bayern?

Gladbach – Hoffenheim, 44 minutes: A curious penalty for Borussia! the Hoffenheim defense is sleepy and passes the balls in the penalty area. Embolo appears in front of the ball and is overseen by Vogt. Plea converts the clear penalty kick.

Wolfsburg – FC Bayern, 38 minutes: Bayern continue to play happily forward. Brooks heads a Kimmich corner out of the danger zone and Munich have to start their game again.

BVB – Hertha, 39 minutes: Hertha continues to lead in Dortmund, but the black and yellow will still launch some attacks. So far, the capitals have been able to keep Haaland, Reus and Co. away from their own penalty area.

Mainz – Frankfurt, 35 minutes: Eintracht Frankfurt is still gaining some self-confidence before the Europa League final next Wednesday! Rafael Borré put his team on the road to victory for the first time in this game.

Bundesliga: Bayern goal denied – Frankfurt and Gladbach equalize

Stuttgart – Cologne, 33 minutes: Shock at VfB: Borna Sosa is injured on the ground and needs treatment. As of now, the Swabians would go into relegation because Hertha is leading in Dortmund.

Wolfsburg – FC Bayern, 25th minute: Musiala scores after a nice combination, but the scene is reviewed – and the goal is ruled out for offside!

Mainz – Frankfurt, 25 minutes: Tuta compensates for Frankfurt from a suspicious offside position after a free kick.

Gladbach – Hoffenheim, 26 minutes: Lars Stindl equalizes Borussia to 1:1.

Bundesliga: Goals full on the last matchday – Hertha BSC leads at BVB

Union – Bochum, 25 minutes: After a handball from Bochum’s Tesche, Awoniyi steps up and converts without hesitation to make it 2-0 for the Unioners, who can even jump to fifth place.

Augsburg – Fürth, 23 minutes: And the relegated from Fürth marks the compensation! Ngankam is served by Hrgota and pushes in heavily.

Wolfsburg – FC Bayern, 18th minute: Bayern pressed for a long time, now the first goal was scored. After a corner from the right, Josip Stanisic climbs the highest and puts the leather over Casteels in the goal. It is the right-back’s first Bundesliga goal.

BVB – Hertha, 17th minute: After a situation suspected of being offside, Hertha’s Belfodil is put down – and there are penalties. The scene is examined, the decision is made: Hertha gets the penalty! Belfodil steps in and converts in the bottom left, Bürki had the corner, but the ball hits behind him! That would save the Berliners – as of now.

BVB – Hertha, 15 minutes: After 15 minutes there is still no goal in Dortmund. If Hertha were to keep the draw, they would still be in the top division next year despite the Stuttgart lead. It remains exciting.

Budesliga: Stuttgart’s Kalajdzic forgives and converts

Stuttgart – Cologne, 12 minutes: What’s going on here? First there is a penalty for Stuttgart, which Kalajdzic forgives – also because Schwäbe unpacks a great parade. In the corner that followed, Kalajdzic of all people jumped up and headed in 24 seconds after his missed shot!

Mainz – Frankfurt, 10th minute: And Mainz is also leading! Ingvartsen scores after a somewhat unclean attack against the Europa League finalists.

Bundesliga: Early goals in Berlin, Augsburg and Mönchengladbach

Augsburg – Fürth, 10 minutes: The relegated Fürth cause a penalty to Augsburg’s André Hahn. Daniel Caliguiri takes care of the matter and puts in the bottom left, cloverleaf keeper Burchert has no chance.

Stuttgart – Cologne, 7 minutes: The mood in Stuttgart is great, now the team has to do their part to stay up and win. The direction is right at the beginning, but there weren’t any chances yet.

Union – Bochum, 5 minutes: Haraguchi brings the perfect cross into the middle, where Prömel climbs up and scores to make it 1-0 for the Berliners. Union is taking a big step towards the Europa League!

Gladbach – Hoffenheim, 3 minutes: And there’s the first goal of the day! Kramaric scores from the right after a clean cross and puts the Kraichgau in the lead!

Bielefeld – Leipzig, 3 minutes: Bielefeld only have a theoretical chance of being relegated, but they could still help SC Freiburg get into the Champions League today. In the first few minutes, the Arminen start strong and put the first pinpricks forward.

Update, 3:30 p.m.: There will be a farewell to Rudi Völler in Leverkusen, but the kick-off will probably be delayed a bit. A great figure of German football says goodbye.

Update, 3:20 p.m.: Ten pointer turns separate us from the last Bundesliga matchday. Several decisions are still open, so the last Champions League place is still awarded. RB Leipzig has a two-point lead over SC Freiburg, who are fifth and lurking in fourth place. But the Leipzig team would have to play along for that, with a win against Bielefeld they will take part in the premier class again next year.

Update, 3:05 p.m.: The clock is ticking, 25 minutes until kick-off in all nine games of the last matchday. Which team has to go into relegation against the second division third and who can still save themselves from the impending relegation? The answer will be available from 3.30 p.m.!

Bundesliga: Hertha BSC or VfB Stuttgart – who has to be relegated?

Update, 2:41 p.m.: A good three quarters of an hour until the kick-off of the nine games. At Hertha BSC there are two absences before the game at BVB: Striker Davie Selke and defender Marton Dardai are missing the extremely important game in Dortmund with muscular problems. The capitals would save themselves with a draw and probably send VfB Stuttgart into the relegation, but that can be difficult.

Update from May 14, 2:25 p.m.: Just over an hour until kick-off in all Bundesliga stadiums. The teams from the bottom of the table are all looking to Stuttgart, Dortmund and Bielefeld today. In Leverkusen, Bielefeld, Stuttgart and Berlin, it is also about the exact placements in the European Cup. It starts at 3.30 p.m.!

Bundesliga: Last matchday in the live ticker – who is relegated? Who has to be relegated?

First report from May 14th:
Berlin/Stuttgart – nine stadiums, Saturday 3:30 p.m. On the 34th and last day of the game, there is concentrated Bundesliga excitement, at least in some places. Because it is not yet clear which team has to go into relegation and who will follow SpVgg Greuther Fürth, who has been relegated, to the second Bundesliga.

Bundesliga: Tension in the table basement on the last day of the game – long-distance duel between Hertha BSC and VfB

It will be exciting in the table cellar, especially in the long-distance duel between Hertha BSC and VfB Stuttgart. The Berliners need a point to stay up, but they have to go to Borussia Dortmund, where the outgoing BVB star Erling Haaland probably doesn’t want to say goodbye without a goal. Hertha is in 15th place with 33 points, and the bad goal difference of minus 33 could be fatal for the Berliners

Because Stuttgart only have three points fewer, but with minus 19 they have a much better goal difference. The Swabians need a win to stay up in the league in the event of a Berlin defeat. Otherwise it would probably go into relegation. Seventeenth-placed Arminia Bielefeld has 27 points and a goal difference of minus 26 and only has a theoretical chance of remaining in the first division.

Bundesliga: duel for the Champions League place – who comes into the Europa League?

Although it is already clear that the FC Bayernthe to graduate from VfL Wolfsburg, as well as BVB and Bayer Leverkusen qualify for the Champions League. But RB Leipzig and SC Freiburg are still playing fourth place. The Saxons are two points ahead and with Bielefeld they have an easier opponent than the SCF, who are visiting Leverkusen.

Also the final participants of the Europe League and the Conference League are yet to be determined. However, one thing is certain: SC Freiburg (55 points, 5th place), Union Berlin (54 points, 6th place) and 1. FC Köln (52 points, 7th place) will be playing internationally next season. (ajr)

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