You would have struggled to turn Matchday 34 into an award-winning film – but it was easily just as dramatic. The South-West side stunned the millions watching at home to keep their survival hopes alive.
It was billed as the ‘TopSpiel’ of the final matchday of the season, as the Royal Blues turned on the style to secure their place in next season’s Champions League, whilst their opponents took fifth. Tom Rowland explains all.
Three goals in the first 10 minutes did nothing to worry FC Bayern. Their ‘Deutscher Meister’ tag is well-deserved with a thrilling performance, as their legendary trainer ends his Bundesliga career.
The Green-and-Whites confirmed their legendary trainer will leave the club this summer after a difficult campaign in the Bundesliga, and their lowest finish since 1981.
With Bremen’s presence in the top flight secured, Tim Palmer takes a look over the season of their most impressive player, Kevin De Bruyne
The Weser was at its boisterous best on Saturday for the visit of Eintracht Frankfurt. Kevin de Bruyne’s strike keeps the River Islanders above the perilous relegation zone – yet doubts still hang over their long-term future. Tom Rowland explains.
Norbert Meier’s side will face Hannover on the final game of the season with their league status still not secured for next season. They couldn’t hold their nerve, as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat to Nurnberg.
Tim Palmer takes a look at the new unknown Stuttgart prodigy, Marco Rojas
Tim Palmer takes a look at how Keller has rejigged Schalke’s attack to help take the side within reach of the Champions League places
Hoffenheim’s Sven Schipplock kept the Hopp machine laughing for another day, as they held back the inevitable for another weekend with an old Bundesliga cog being sucked into a dramatic end to the season.