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Bundesliga: Standings and schedule after victory overtakes Dortmund in title fight

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This is how the Bundesliga table developed after Dortmund beat Augsburg and overtook Bayern with a game to go.

Dortmund defeated Augsburg 3-0 on Matchday 33 of the Bundesliga, overtaking Bayern and now have a game to go in the title race.

Borussia host the indifferent Mainz on the last day of the game, while Bayern travel to Dimitris Limnious Köln, hoping to win while waiting for Westphalia not to win (the game is on goal difference where they prevail).


The schedule of the title contenders

DORTMUND (70 POINTS, +39 GOAL DIFFERENCE)

  • 05/27 4:30 p.m Dortmund – Mainz

BAYERN (68 POINTS, +53 GOAL DIFFERENCE)

  • 05/27 4:30 p.m Cologne – Bavaria

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Stafylidis leaves Bochum after two years

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Kostas Stafylidis said goodbye to Bochum after two years with a post on Instagram and is looking for the next stage in his career.

Bochum ended up remaining in the Bundesliga, but Kostas Stafylidis will not feature at the club next season either, as the Greece international and left-back announced his departure with an Instagram post.

The Greek defender has not renewed his contract after two seasons at Bochum and will officially depart on July 1.

The message of Kostas Staphylidis in detail:

“What a season. Really difficult and intense, but in the end we all made it together and with the amazing support of our amazing fans. I want to thank Bochum for these two successful years and the trust they have shown in me.” And to our amazing fans for the support and love I have received. You are the strength of this team. Thanks very much.”



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Rummenigge returned to Bayern Munich as a board member. the Bavarians

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Karl Heinz Rummenigge has returned to FC Bayern Munich after two years as a board member – a first step for Bayern since the departure of Kahn-Salikhamdzic.

The return of Karl Heinz Rummenigge to FC Bayern is officially a fact. The veteran footballer, former vice-president and president of Bayern Munich, who has led the Munich side to many successes, has returned to the club’s board and will have a say in decisions about what’s going on with the team.

FC Bayern officially announced Rummenigge’s return to the team in a detailed statement on Tuesday afternoon (30 May).

Herbert Hainer, Chairman of the Bavarian Supervisory Board, said: “We’re glad to have him Karl Heinz Rummenigge as a member of our board of directors. He is one of the great personalities in the history of our club, everyone knows his merits. His experience, expertise and international network will help us enormously so that Bavaria can continue to be successful in the future.”

While K. himselfCount Heinz Rummenigge argued:

I would like to thank the supervisory board for their trust and look forward to supporting FC Bayern in this body in the future. I have had the great fortune and honor of being able to celebrate many successes with this club, and I am therefore pleased to be able to comply with the request of the board.”

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Bellingham was named player of the season in the Bundesliga and bows to Real

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Jude Bellingham has emerged as the Bundesliga’s best player this season and is now preparing for Real Madrid.

Dortmund is just a breath away from the title. However, he lost the last game against Mainz (2:2) and lost the championship. Jude Bellingham sat on the bench and was visibly disappointed after the end of the game.

On Monday (May 29), the Bundesliga announced the most valuable player of the season. MVP of the season is Bellingham, who played 31 games in the German league this year with eight goals and five assists.


The 19-year-old English footballer is preparing to wear white as the deal for his move to Real Madrid moves into the final stages. In fact, he will sign a contract with the Merengues until 2029.

According to the German media, Bellingham actually said goodbye to his employees and teammates at the training center on Sunday (May 28) and at the same time distributed gifts.



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