Across Europe over the Weekend – The league tables are taking their final shape.

May 3, 2019
Mainz 3-3 RB Leipzig
Mainz – Karim Onisiwo 43’ Moussa Niakhate 67’ Jean-Philippe Mateta 83’
RB Leipzig – Lukas Klostermann 20’ 32’ Timo Werner 49’

May 4, 2019
Bayern Munich 3-1 Hannover
Bayern Munich – Robert Lewandowski 27’ Leon Goretzka 40’ Franck Ribery 84’
Hannover – Jonathas 51’

Borussia Monchengladbach 2-2 Hoffenheim
Borussia Monchengladbach – Matthias Ginter 72’ Josip Drmic 84’
Hoffenheim- Pavel Kaderabek 33’ Nadiem Amiri 79’

Hertha Berlin 3-1 Stuttgart
Hertha Berlin – Vedad Ibisevic 40’ Ondrej Duda 45+1’ Salomon Kalou 67’
Stuttgart – Mario Gomez 70’

Wolfsburg 2-0 Nurnberg
Wolfsburg – Felix Klaus 38’ Marcel Tisserand 78’

Werder Bremen 2-2 Borussia Dortmund
Werder Bremen – Kevin Mohwald 70’ Claudio Pizarro 75’
Borussia Dortmund – Christian Pulisic 6’ Francisco Alcacer 41’

May 5, 2019
Schalke 0-0 Augsburg

Freiburg 1-1 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Freiburg – Vincenzo Grifo 9’(pen)
Fortuna Dusseldorf – Dawid Kownacki 31’

Bayer Leverkusen 6-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Bayern Leverkusen – Kai Havertz 2’ Julian Brandt 13’ Lucas Alario 23’ 34’ Charles Aranguiz 28’ Martin Hinteregger 36’(og)
Eintracht Frankfurt – Filip Kostic 14’

The league winner and the relegated teams could be confirmed in the next round of the 2018/19 German Bundesliga.

Bayern Munich is a win away from another title-winning season after Franck Ribery came off the bench to score the insurance goal for Bayern in a 3-1 victory
Bayern is fully in the driver’s seat of the Bundesliga title race after their win against Hannover was increased in value when Borussia Dortmund blew away a two-goal lead against Werder Bremen. Bayern will retain the title for the 7th year in a row with a victory against RB Leipzig on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

Mainz fought to avoid defeat at home against RB Leipzig. Six goals were shared evenly between the sides.

Monchengladbach and Hoffenheim settle for a point from a 2-2 draw. Josip Drmic’s 84th-minute goal denied Hoffenheim a win that would have seen them climb above Borussia Monchengladbach in the league standings.

Hertha Berlin ended a run of 7 matches without a win after a ‘3-1’ home victory against Stuttgart. The results kept Stuttgart in the relegation battle.

Stuttgart, Nurnberg, and Hannover are the three candidates for relegation.
The goal for the bottom three teams in the final 2 matches of the season will be to get a second chance through the relegation play-offs.
Stuttgart will take the relegation-playoff spot in the league with a win against Wolfsburg in the next round. Another route for Stuttgart will be if all three teams suffer a defeat in the next round like they did in this round.

Eintracht Frankfurt’s position is under major threat after a first-half hammering received in Leverkusen.
Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt treated us to a very entertaining first half(that is if you’re not a Frankfurt supporter). There was very little chance for the second half to live up to the bid when the scoreboard read ‘6-1’ at the break.

Ligue 1
May 3, 2019
Strasbourg 1-1 Marseille
Strasbourg -Kenny Lala 65’
Marseille – Valere Germain 48’

May 4, 2019
Paris St. Germain 1-1 Nice
Paris St. Germain – Neymar 60’(pen)
Nice -Ignatius Ganago 46’

Bordeaux 0-1 Angers
Angers – Stephane Bohoken 40’

Guingamp 0-0 Caen

Reims 0-3 Nimes
Nimes – Jordan Ferti 26’ Renaud Ripart 43’ Denis Bouanga 46’

May 5, 2019
Montpellier 1-1 Amiens
Montpellier – Florent Mollet 82’
Amiens – Stiven Mendoza 66’

Nantes 3-0 Dijon
Nantes – Abdoulaye Toure 51’ Kalifa Coulibaly 74’(pen) Valentin Rongier 80’

Toulouse 2-2 Rennes
Toulouse – Jimmy Burmaz 41’(pen) Mathieu Dossevi 51’
Rennes – N’Baye Niang 35’ Ismaila Sarr 59’(pen)

Monaco 2-3 Saint-Etienne
Monaco – Gelson Martins 18’ Vinicius 90+3’
Saint-Etienne – Fode Ballo 59’(og) Remy Cabella 71’ Arnaud Nordin 80’

Lyon 2-2 Lille
Lyon – Martin Terrier 11’ Leo Dubois 74’
Lille – Loic Remy 50’ Boubakary Soumare 69’

All teams remain alive in the French Ligue 1. The title has been decided but nothing else has. After a really strong start to their season, Paris St. Germain are limping to the finish line with some poor results by their standards.

Edinson Cavani failed to convert a late penalty to get Paris St. Germain back to their winning ways.
PSG’s last 6 league matches consist of a single victory.

Saint-Etienne kept their Champions League dreams alive with a win at Monaco, while Lille took a massive point at Lyon to tighten their grip on direct qualification to the Champions League.

La Liga
May 3, 2019
Sevilla 0-3 Leganes
Leganes – Youssef En-Nesyri 8’ Martin Braithwaite 20’ Oscar Rodriguez 82’

May 4, 2019
Levante 4-1 Rayo Vallecano
Levante – Jose Campana 14’ Ruben Vezo 43’ Jason 85’ Enis Bardhi 90+1’
Rayo Vallecano – Alvaro Garcia 71’

Espanyol 3-0 Atletico Madrid
Espanyol – Diego Godin 45+1’(og) Borja Iglesias 52’ 89’(pen)

Alaves 0-1 Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad – Manu Garcia 24’

Celta Vigo 2-0 Barcelona
Celta Vigo – Maximiliano Gomez 67’ Iago Aspas 8’(pen)

May 5, 2019
Getafe 2-0 Girona
Getafe – Jorge Molina 16’ Angel Rodriguez 77’

Eibar 1-0 Real Betis
Eibar – Jose Angel 45+1’

Real Madrid 3-2 Villarreal
Real Madrid – Mariano Diaz 2’ 49’ Jesus Vallejo 40’
Villarreal – Gerard Moreno 11’ Juame Costa 90+4’

Real Valladolid 1-0 Athletic Club
Real Valladolid – Waldo Rubio 21’

Huesca 2-6 Valencia
Huesca – Gonzalo Melero 66’ Alex Gallar 90+2(pen)
Valencia – Daniel Wass 2’ Rodrigo 16’ 51’ Santi Mina 20’ 32’ Xabier Etxeita 40’(og)

Huesca and Rayo Vallecano are relegated.

A back-up FC Barcelona side couldn’t handle a Celta Vigo team that is fighting to remain in the league for another season. Celta Vigo is unbeaten in their recent four matches.

A humiliating home defeat to Leganes might cost Sevilla a top-four finish in the league.

Levante helped themselves get further away from the threat of relegation by relegating Rayo Vallecano through a ‘4-1’ win.

Atletico Madrid suffered their biggest league defeat of the season at Espanyol.

A ‘2-0’ victory allowed Getafe tightened their grip on the final Champions League qualifying spot in the league whiling condemning Girona into the relegation zone.

Real Valladolid climbed out of the relegation zone through a ‘1-0’ win against Athletic Club. The results ended any dreams of Champions League football for Athletic Club in the coming year.

It was a ‘6-2’ hammering and a relegation for Huesca in front of their home supporters. Valencia is a win away from Champions League football.

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