Bayern Munich celebrated the Bundesliga title in its stadium

Bayern Munich celebrated the Bundesliga title in its stadium

Bayern Munich, mathematical champion of the Bundesliga for two weeks, drew 2-2 against Stuttgart (16th), which is fighting for permanence, in its last home game of the season.

Rayo Vallecano, with Falcao 20 minutes, ensured the permanence in LaLiga
Goals from Serge Gnabry (minute 36) and Thomas Müller (minute 44) allowed Bayern to provisionally overcome the goal that the Portuguese Tiago Tomas had achieved in the 8th minute for Stuttgart. The Austrian Sasa Kalajdzic scored the final 2-2 goal in minute 52.

Frenchman Kingsley Coman was sent off in final stoppage time for slapping an opponent and Bayern finished with ten players.

Stuttgart remain in the playoff spot due to retention and may even regret not winning at the Allianz Arena, as their attackers had good chances which they seized, including four one-on-ones against goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.

Despite already being champions, Bayern had their best players from the start by decision of their coach Julian Nagelsmann, who wants to respect the competition and also his own fans.

However, Bayern were not at all inspired and suffered a lot, especially in defence.

On Saturday the 14th, the Munich team will close their league season at Wolfsburg, with the mission of winning to finish with a better taste.

At the bottom of the table, Greuther Fürth (18th and bottom) is already doomed and the rest will play for survival on the last day.

Arminia Bielefeld (17th, 27 points) is the worst placed, in the direct relegation position, and will play on the 34th and final matchday with RB Leipzig, who are fighting for a place in the next Champions League.

Stuttgart (16th, 30 points) will host Cologne (7th) on the last day, while Hertha Berlin (15th, 33 points) travels to Dortmund (2nd). The team from the capital is not mathematically saved but in the worst case it could only fall to the playoff spot.

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