Bayern Munich went to Friborg to score two goals, in a match in the 33rd and penultimate round of the German League. Polish Robert Lewandowski made history and just marked Gerd Muller (1971/72), scoring 40 goals in one season. Bayern’s first goal came through the striker in the 26th minute with a penalty kick, but the home team tied through the mentor shortly thereafter (29).
In the second half, Leroy Sané, in the 53rd minute, once again gave the champion an advantage but Friburgo made it 2-2 in 81 minutes, by Guinter. Thus, Lewandowski will go into the final round (reception in Augsburg) to become the all-time top scorer in a single season in the Bundesliga.
In the other matches in the afternoon, Eintracht Frankfurt is surprisingly defeated at Schalke 04, while Gelsenkirchen’s second victory was only in the competition. Once again, Andre Silva stood out with Ade Hauter’s side (still), scoring two goals: The Portuguese reached 27 in the Bundesliga, a mark that no Frankfurt player has reached in all of history. However, Eintracht (fifth) seriously undermines aspirations to reach the Champions League, which could collapse if Borussia Dortmund, on this round, beat Mainz.
Round 33 results:
Armenia Bielefeld -1 Hoffenheim
Bayer Leverkusen – Union Berlin 1-1
Augsburgo – Werder Bremen 2-0
Hertha Berlin – Cologne 0-0
Monchengladbach – Stuttgart 1-2
Freiburg – Bayern Munich 2-2
Schalke 04 – Eintracht Frankfurt 4-3
Mainz – Borussia Dortmund, Domingo