Matches

Bayern retains the crown in Germany and Paris St. Germain party in front of home supporters in France.

Bundesliga

Bayern Munich wins their 7th consecutive league title in front of home support.

Bayern Munich keeps the title for another year as Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery leave as Bundesliga champions.
Despite not contributing a goal to Bayern Munich’s 5-1 victory against Eintracht Frankfurt, Robert Lewandowski finished as top scorer in the league with 22 goals.

Borussia Dortmund did their part in the title race by getting an away victory against Borussia Monchengladbach. The ‘2-0’ win for Dortmund wasn’t enough to get their hand on the league title but was enough to deny Monchengladbach from Champions League football.

Bayer Leverkusen benefited the most from Borussia Dortmund’s success on the final day of the season.
Bayer Leverkusen became the fourth German side to partake in the 2019/20 Champions League group-stage after hammering Hertha Berlin ‘5-1’ at the Olympiastadion.

Eintracht Frankfurt will be kicking themselves after poor results in recent matches has cost them Champions League football and direct qualification to next season’s Europa League competition.

May 18, 2019
Bayern Munich 5-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Bayern Munich – Kinglsey Coman 4′ David Alaba 53′ Renato Sanches 58′ Franck Ribery 72′ Arjen Robben 78′
Eintracht Frankfurt – Sebastein Haller 50′

Schalke 0-0 Stuttgart

Borussia Monchengladbach 0-2 Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund – Jadon Sancho 45′ Marco Reus 54′

Hertha Berlin 1-5 Bayer Leverkusen
Hertha Berlin – Valentino Lazaro 34′
Bayer Leverkusen – Kai Haverz 28′ Lucas Alario 38′ 72′ 88′ Julian Brandt 54′

Werder Bremen 2-1 RB Leipzig
Werder Bremen – Milot Rashica 35′(pen) Claudio Pizarro 88′
RB Leipzig – Nordi Mukiele 86′

Freiburg 5-1 Nurnberg
Freiburg – Marco Terrazzino 7′ Gian-Luca Waldschmidt 34′ Nils Petersen 54′ 56′ Vincenzo Grifo 61′
Nurnberg – Eduard Lowen 69′

Mainz 4-2 Hoffenheim
Mainz – Daniel Brosinski 66′(pen) Jean-Paul Boetius 83′ 90+1′ Jean-Philippe Mateta 90+4′
Hoffenheim – Ishak Belfodil 12′ Andrej Kramaric 34′

Wolfsburg 8-1 Augsburg
Wolfsburg – Wout Weghorst 21′ 37′ 55′  Robin Knoche 41′ Daniel Ginczek 57′ Elvis Rexhbecaj 60′ Josip Brekalo 85′ Kevin Danso 89′(og)
Augsburg – Julian Schieber 81′

Fortuna Dusseldorf 2-1 Hannover
Fortuna Dusseldord – Rouwen hennings 56′ Kenan Karaman 60′
Hannover – Nicolai Muller 78′

Ligue 1
May 18, 2019
Bordeaux 0-1 Reims
Reims -Hyun-Jun Suk 2’

Guingamp 2-2 Nimes
Guingamp – Marcus Thuram 7’ Alexandre Mendy 35’
Nimes – Renaud Ripart 53’ Denis Bouanga 56’

Lille 5-0 Angers
Lille – Jonathan Ikone 2’ Nicolas Pepe 14’ 77’ Jonathan Bamba 70’ Luiz Araujo 88’

Lyon 4-0 Caen
Lyon – Memphis Depay 49’ 74’ Maxwell Cornet 54’ Moussa Dembele 64’

Monaco 2-0 Amiens
Monaco – Radamel Falcao 26’ Aleksandr Golovin 82’

Montpellier 1-1 Nantes
Montpellier – Florent Mollet 76’
Nantes – Kalifa Coulibaly 24’

Paris St. Germain 4-0 Dijon
Paris St. Germain – Angel Di Maria 3’ Edinson Cavani 4’ Kylian Mbappe 36’ 56’

Saint-Etienne 3-0 Nice
Saint-Etienne -Robert Beric 26’ 64’ Romain Hamouma 81’

Strasbourg 0-2 Rennes
Rennes – Benjamin Bourigeaud 24’ Adrien Hunou 90+1’

Toulouse 2-5 Marseille
Toulouse – Aaron Leya Iseka 26’ Max-Alain Gradel 61’
Marseille – Morgan Sanson 29’ Hiroki Sakai 50’ Clinton N’Jie 76’ Florian Thauvin 90’ 90+2’

Paris St. Germain finally got to celebrate the league title win in front of their home supporters after a ‘4-0’ win over Dijon. Kylian Mbappe scored 2 goals and took his tally at the top of the goalscoring list in the league to 32 goals. The result has Dijon starring at the barrels of relegation.

Lille officially secures direct qualification to Champions League football after a ‘5-0’ win over Angers, while Lyon gripped on to third in the league with a ‘4-0’ win over Caen.

Saint-Etienne completed the top 4 in the league with a ‘3-0’ win over Nice.

Radamel Falcao and Aleksandr Golovin provided the goals for Monaco secures safety with a ‘2-0’ win over Amiens.

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