Match Results

Juventus and Paris St. Germain defended their League titles, Barcelona gets closer to another title, and Bundesliga and Premier League title race drags on.

Bundesliga – Round 30
April 20, 2019
Bayern Munich 1-0 Werder Bremen
Bayern Munich -Niklas Sule 75’

Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Nurnberg
Bayer Leverkusen – Lucas Alario 61’ Kevin Volland 86’

Augsburg 6-0 Stuttgart
Augsburg – Rani Khedira 11’ Andre Hahn 18’ Philipp Max 29’ 59’ Marco Ritchie 53’ 68’

Mainz 3-1 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Mainz – Jean-Philippe Mateta 1’ 87’ Karim Onisiwo 67’
Fortuna Dusseldorf – Dodi Lukebakio 19’

Borussia Monchengladbach 1-2 RB Leipzig
Borussia Monchengladbach – Alassane Plea 61’
RB Leipzig – Marcel Halstenberg 17’(pen) 53’

Schalke 2-5 Hoffenheim
Schalke – Daniel Caligiuri 59’(pen) Guido Burgstaller 90’
Hoffenheim – Ishak Belfodil 25’ 80’ Andrej Kramaric 45’ Adam Szalai 65’ Nadiem Amiri 73’

April 21, 2019
Freiburg 0-4 Borussia Dortmund
Freiburg – Jadon Sancho 12’ Marco Reus 54’ Mario Gotze 79’ Paco Alcacer 87’(pen)

Hertha Berlin 0-0 Hannover

April 22, 2019
Wolfsburg 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Wolfsburg – Jonathan de Guzman 78′
Eintracht Frankfurt – John Anthony Brooks

Bayern and Dortmund can’t afford anything but a win in their final four matches.

Niklas Sule was the difference maker when Bayern welcomed Werder Bremen. Sule scored the winning goal for Bayern Munich to keep top spot in the Bundesliga standings with just 4 matches left to go.

Borussia Dortmund kept up the pace with Bayern by getting 3 second-half goals to leave Freiburg with a 4-0 win.

A ‘2-1’ away victory gave way for RB Leipzig to tighten their grip on Champions League football after beating Monchengladbach.

There is virtually one more spot left in the league standings to clinch a place in the 2019/20 Champions League.

Frankfurt failed to get the extra 2 points to cushion their ‘Champions League’
Defender John Anthony Brooks was in the opponent’s box to score a 90th-minute goal that brought Wolfsburg from a losing position to avoid a defeat at home to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Schalke was hammered ‘5-2’ at home by Hoffenheim. Fortunately for Schalke, their defeat didn’t cost them much as Stuttgart was on the wrong end of a ‘6-0’ hammering from Augsburg.

Premier League – Round 35
April 20, 2019
Manchester City 1-0 Tottenham
Manchester City – Phil Foden 5’

Bournemouth 0-1 Fulham
Fulham – Aleksandar Mitrovic 53’(pen)

Huddersfield 1-2 Watford
Huddersfield – Karlan Grant 90+3’
Watford – Gerard Deulofeu 5’ 80’

West Ham 2-2 Leicester City
West Ham – Michail Antonio 37’ Lucas Perez 82’
Leicester City – Jamie Vardy 67’ Harvey Barnes 90+2’

Wolves 0-0 Brighton

Newcastle 3-1 Southampton
Newcastle – Ayoze Perez 27’ 31’ 86′
Southampton – Mario Lemina 59’

April 21, 2019
Everton 4-0 Manchester United
Everton -Richarlison13’ Gylifi Sigurdsson 28’ Lucas Digne 56’ Theo Walcott 64’

Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace
Arsenal – Mesut Ozil 47’ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 77’
Crystal Palace – Christian Benteke 17’ Wilfried Zaha 61’ James McArthur 69’

Cardiff 2-0 Liverpool
Liverpool – Goerginio Wijnaldum 57’James Milne 81’(pen)

April 22, 2019
Chelsea 2-2 Burnley
Chelsea – N’Golo Kante 12′ Gonzalo Higuain 14′
Burnley – Jeff Hendrick 8′ Ashley Barnes 24′

Phil Foden’s first premier league goal was also the winning goal for Manchester City to bounce back from mid-week disappointment with a win over Tottenham.

Ayoze Perez scored three as Newcastle made is a consecutive league victory after winning 3-1 against Southampton.

Poor defending and spectacular goals at Goodison Park saw Manchester United humiliated by a 4-0 defeat to Everton.

Arsenal loses at home to Crystal Palace.

Georgino Wijnaldum scored the winning goal for Liverpool.
Liverpool found the goals in the second half to return to the top of the league table.

Chelsea was involved in a ‘2-2’ draw at Stamford Bridge against Burnley after sharing 4 goals in the opening 25 minutes of the match.

Tottenham lost, Arsenal lost, Manchester United lost, and Chelsea drew. There isn’t a clear indication as to how the bottom half of the ‘Top 4’ in the league standings will look at the end of the season.

19 goals
Sergio Aguero(Manchester City) Mohamed Salah(Liverpool) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are leading the top scoring chart in the league with 19 goals each.

La Liga – Round 33
April 19, 2019
Alaves 2-2 Real Valladolid
Alaves – John Guidetti 4’ Jony 24’
Real Valladolid – Joaquin Fernandez 38’Enes Unal 76’(pen)

April 20, 2019
Celta Vigo 2-1 Girona
Celta Vigo – Iago Aspas 34’ Sofian Boufal 69’
Girona – Cristian Portu 48’

Eibar 0-1 Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid – Thomas Lemar 85’

Rayo Vallecano 0-0 Huesca

Barcelona 2-1 Real Sociedad
Barcelona – Clement Lenglet 45’ Jordi Alba 64’
Real Sociedad – Juanmi 62’

April 21, 2019
Levante 2-2 Espanyol
Levante – Ruben Vezo 62’Ruben Rochina 72’
Espanyol – Borja Iglesias 16’ Marc Roca 65’

Getafe 3-0 Sevilla
Getafe – Jamie Mata 35’(pen) Jorge Molina 45+5(pen) 53’

Real Madrid 3-0 Athletic Club
Real Madrid – Karim Benzema 47’ 76’ 90+1’

Villarreal 2-1 Leganes
Villarreal – Carlos Bacca 64’ Karl Toko Ekambi 80’
Leganes – Nabil El Zhar 87’(pen)

Real Betis 1-2 Valencia
Real Betis – Giovani Lo Celso 78’(pen)
Valencia – Goncalo Guedes 45’ 49’

In their battle to survive relegations, Real Valladolid came back from two goals down to get a point against Alaves.

Sofian Boufal 69th-minute winning goal for Celta Vigo against Girona helped his team to leap above Girona.in the standings and race to avoid the drop to Segunda.

Thomas Lemar’s 85th-minute winning goal allowed Atletico Madrid to officially clinch Champions League football for the 2019/20 season.

A goalless draw between Rayo Vallecano and Huesca didn’t offer both teams the needed points to aid their objective to avoid relegation.

The goals came from the defenders (Lenglet and Alba) for Barcelona to keep their 9-point lead at the top of the La Liga table.

A massive victory for Getafe.
Getafe beats Sevilla to tighten the grip on Champions League football for the coming season.
A big opportunity missed for a Sevilla side that was at some point in the season at the top of the table. Missing Champions League will be a big blow to Sevilla.

Karim Benzema took his goalscoring tally to 21 goals after a second-half hat-trick against Athletic Club. Benzema is now the second top scorer in the league.

A ‘2-1’ home win over Leganes gave Villarreal a massive boost to their odds of safety.

Ligue 1 – Round – 33
April 19, 2019
Dijon 3-2 Rennes
Dijon – Naif Aguerd 20’ Benjamin Jeannot 55’ Wesley Said 83’
Rennes – Adrien Hunou 52’ M’Baye Niang 61’

Lyon 2-1 Angers
Lyon – Memphis Depay 14’ Martin Terrier 39’
Angers – Lucas Tousart 89’ (og)

April 20, 2019
Guingamp 1-3 Marseille
Guingamp – Yeni N’Gbakoto 56’
Marseille – Luiz Gustavo 4’ Lucas Ocampos 40’ Valere Germain 90+2’

Nice 0-1 Caen
Caen – Alexander Djiku 74’

Nimes 2-1 Bordeaux
Nimes – Teji Savanier 16’ Renaud Ripart 63’
Bordeaux – Josh Maja 13’

Strasbourg 1-3 Montpellier
Strasbourg – Pablo Martinez 34’
Montpellier – Andy Delort 22’ 86’ Florent Mollet

April 21, 2019
Nantes 3-2 Amiens
Nantes – Kalifa Coulibaly 49’ 55’ Valentin Rongier 59’
Amiens – Juan Otero 62’ Cheick Timite 77’

Toulouse 0-0 Lille

Reims 0-2 Saint-Etienne
Saint-Etienne – Remy Cabella 25’ Bjorn Engles 51’(og)

Paris St. Germain 3-1 Monaco
Paris St. Germain – Kylian Mbappe 15’ 38’ 56’
Monaco – Aleksandr Golovin 80’

PSG wins the league title before playing against Monaco.
Lille failure to get a victory at Toulouse handed Paris St. Germain the league title before they took to the field.

Despite the title already sealed, Paris St. Germain and Kylian Mbappe did their part an got a win for the home supporters to celebrate their title success. Mbappe took his goal tally to 30.

Dijon fights their way closer to exiting relegation after beating Rennes.

Caen beats Nice to climb from the bottom of the table while Guingamp stuck at the bottom of the league table after a ‘3-1’ home defeat to Marseille. Guingamp was the only side in the bottom three that didn’t win their match.

Serie A – Round 33
April 20, 2019
Parma 1-1 AC Milan
Parma – Bruno Alves 87’
AC Milan – Samuel Castillejo 69’

Bologna 3-0 Sampdoria
Bologna – Lorenzo Tonelli 54’ Eick Pulgar 69’ Ricardo Orsolini 83’

Cagliari 1-0 Frosinone
Cagliari – Joao Pedro 27’

Empoli 2-4 SPAL
Empoli – Francesco Caputo 22’ Hamed Traorre 47’
SPAL – Adrea Petagna 38(pen) 61’ Sergio Floccari 44’ Mirtko Antenucci 88’

Genoa 0-1 Torino
Torino – Cristian Daniel Ansaldi 58’

Lazio 1-2 Chievo Verona
Lazio – Felipe Caicedo 67’
Chievo Verona – Emanuel Vignato 49’ Perparism Hetemaj 51’

Udinese 1-1 Sassuolo
Udinese – Pol Liralo 80’(og)
Sassuolo – Stefano Sensi 31’

Juventus 2-1 Fiorentina
Juventus – Alex Sandro 37’ German Pezzella 53’(og)
Fiorentina – Nikola Milenkovic 6’

Inter Milan 1-1 Roma
Inter Milan – Ivan Perisc 61’
Roma – Stephan El Shaarawy 14’

April 22, 2019
Napoli 1-2 Atalanta
Napoli – Dries Mertens 28′
Atalanta – Duvan Zapata 69′ Mario Pasalic 80′

Juventus didn’t need the flavor but the rest of Serie A were too generous.
Eight Serie A titles in a row. Juventus gets the win at home over Fiorentina to seal the title.

The two Milan teams are currently in ‘Champions League’ spot in the league standings with Atalanta and Roma threating.
Parma gets a late goal to deny AC Milan of a win. Inter Milan and Roma split the points evenly. Atalanta came from a goal behind be beat Napoli.

Relegated Chievo Verona shocked the league after beating Lazio in Rome. A massive blow to Lazio’s ambition for Champions League football.

Bologna got closer to safety after a second-half hammering of Sampdoria to a ‘3-0’ score.

Empoli and Frosinone made no progress at the bottom of the table after they both suffered defeat in their respective matches.

Top Scorers – Fabio Qualiarella (Sampdoria)- 22 goals, Krzysztof Piatek (AC Milan) -21 goals, Duvan Zapata (Atalanta) – 21 goals.

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