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Ball Bullet Bundesliga Europe calling for Dortmund and Leipzig
Europe calling for Dortmund and Leipzig - the Matchday 32 round-up! The race for Europe took centre stage on Matchday 32, while there were further twists in the battle to avoid the drop...

Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Hoffenheim

It was third versus fourth at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK as the battle for third place – and the final automatic spot in the UEFA Champions League group stage – came to a head on Saturday afternoon as Dortmund hosted Hoffenheim. Marco Reus got the hosts off to the perfect start in the fourth minute, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could even afford to miss a penalty before notching his 28th of the campaign late on, putting him joint-top of the scoring chart with Robert Lewandowski. Andrej Kramaric's late strike was a mere consolation as the hosts' two-year unbeaten run at home continued.

Hertha Berlin 1-4 RB Leipzig

A dominant performance in the capital sealed Leipzig’s place in the group stages of next season’s UEFA Champions League, capping an astonishing debut campaign in the Bundesliga. It was the kind of typically vibrant, attacking display that has become the trademark of Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side, with a pair of goals apiece from Timo Werner and Davie Selke. The former remains the top-scoring German in the Bundesliga this term after taking his tally to 19.

Bayern Munich 1-0 Darmstadt

Darmstadt were relegated to Bundesliga 2 after this defeat, but, characteristically, not without a fight. The Lilies came into this one having won the previous three to keep their faint hopes of survival alive and were hoping to take advantage of any slip-ups from a Bayern side already crowned champions. The Bavarians were typically ruthless early on and went ahead through Juan Bernat, but Torsten Frings’ side fought back gamely - only for former Bayern player Hamit Altintop to have a late spot-kick saved by Bayern’s third-choice keeper Tom Starke.

Cologne 4-3 Werder Bremen

It had to happen at some point, but Werder Bremen’s remarkable 11-game unbeaten run came to an end in an enthralling encounter on Friday night at Cologne’s RheinEnergieSTADION. The visitors came back from two goals down in a madcap first half, only to go two goals down again, and Serge Gnabry’s late strike was not enough to salvage a point. For the hosts, Anthony Modeste found the net twice and so, for the first time in history, the Bundesliga has three players on at least 25 goals after Matchday 32. The three points lift the Billy-Goats above Alexander Nouri’s side and into the UEFA Europa League spots.

Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-1 Augsburg

What if Alfred Finnbogason had been fit all season? The Iceland international followed up a goal in the 4-0 hammering of Hamburg last week with a fine second-half strike against an off-colour Gladbach at the BORUSSIA-PARK. With seconds left, Augsburg could smell Bundesliga safety, but then the hosts struck: cruelly, it was a former Fuggerstädter player, Andre Hahn, who scored the late leveller and means that Manuel Baum’s side will likely have to take something from games with Borussia Dortmund and Hoffenheim before the season is out.

Ingolstadt 1-1 Bayer Leverkusen

Ingolstadt were left wondering what might have been after going 1-0 up in the closing stages at home to Leverkusen, only to be denied by 17-year-old Werkself midfielder Kai Havertz moments later. Victory would have lifted Maik Walpurgis' hosts to within a point of the relegation play-off spot but they must now win both their remaining games to stand a chance of survival. For Leverkusen, meanwhile, who started without Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez once again, the draw just about guarantees their top-flight status after a disappointing end to the campaign.
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