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Making the final decisions – Frankfurt maintains its chances in the Champions League – Leverkusen wins the dream season – Sports

Making the final decisions – Frankfurt maintains its chances in the Champions League – Leverkusen wins the dream season – Sports

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He is ranked among the top scorers

Hugo Ekitiki.

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  • A 2-2 draw against Leipzig is enough for Frankfurt to defend sixth place in the Bundesliga. This means that Eintracht will definitely play in the Europa League next season.
  • Leverkusen beat Augsburg 2-1 in the last round and are unbeaten this season.
  • Stuttgart took second place, ahead of Bayern Munich.
  • Cologne has landed, and Bochum has to land.

Eintracht Frankfurt will almost certainly play in the Europa League next season. In the best case scenario, even the “first class” tempts them. That's when Dortmund wins the Champions League. Eintracht achieved sixth place in the German League after drawing with Leipzig 2-2. Hugo Ekitiki (51st minute) and Omar Marmoush from a penalty kick (69th) secured a draw after the visitors took a two-goal lead shortly before and after the break.

Leverkusen became the first team in the history of the Bundesliga to finish the season without a single defeat. As a reward for the 2-1 win over Augsburg (scored by Victor Boniface and Robert Andrich) there was the ball. At 5:37 p.m., captain Lukas Hradecky lifted the trophy. Leverkusen once again enjoyed winning the first German championship in the club's history to the fullest – and a 'perfect' season was widely celebrated. “Werkself” earned 90 points from 34 matches.

Leverkusen players celebrate winning the 2024 football championship.

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Celebrate with a championship trophy

Granit Xhaka and colleagues.

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Granit Xhaka entered the match in only the 70th minute. The Nati captain was rested for Wednesday's Europa League final against Atalanta Bergamo and next Saturday's German Cup final against Kaiserslautern.

Bayern is only third

Behind the defending champions, who are unbeaten in 51 matches, Stuttgart beat Bayern Munich in the last round and finished in second place ahead of record holder Sebastian Hoeness who achieved a 4-0 win, among other things, with two Serho Geraci goals against Gladbach. .

For Thomas Tuchel, Bayern's last match ended in disappointment: despite an early 2-0 lead, there was a 2-4 defeat to Hoffenheim. The Kraichgauer team, where Andrej Kramaric impressed with an impeccable hat-trick, will play in Europe next season.