FC Bayern has postponed the designated championship title for Bayer Leverkusen for at least 26 hours. The Munich team won 2-0 (0-0) in the home game against relegation candidate 1. FC Köln, leaving them 13 points behind Leverkusen. However, the factory club can win its first title on matchday 29 with a win on Sunday (5.30 p.m./DAZN) against Werder Bremen.

Third-placed VfB Stuttgart is still level on points with Bayern, winning 3-0 (3-0) in the home game against Eintracht Frankfurt in the evening thanks to goals from Serhou Guirassy (11th), Deniz Undav (17th) and Jamie Leweling (37th). ) won. In the race for Champions League qualification, RB Leipzig defended its fourth place with a 3-0 (1-0) win against VfL Wolfsburg. But pursuers Borussia Dortmund also showed no weaknesses in the 2-1 (2-1) draw at Borussia Mönchengladbach and are still lurking in fifth place, level on points with Leipzig.

FSV Mainz 05 sent a warning signal in the relegation battle with a 4-1 (0-1) win against TSG Hoffenheim. VfL Bochum saved a 1-1 (0-0) draw against promoted team 1. FC Heidenheim with a late goal on interim coach Heiko Butscher’s debut.

Bayern’s joy over victory marred

The Munich team initially missed numerous chances against Cologne before Raphaël Guerreiro (65th minute) redeemed the record champions and Thomas Müller (90th 3) set the final point. Bitter: Kingsley Coman had to be replaced injured in the 50th minute and brought into the dressing room with support from two supervisors. According to FC Bayern, the Frenchman suffered a muscle bundle injury in his right adductor and will be out for several weeks. A game next Wednesday in the quarter-final second leg of the Champions League against Arsenal FC is therefore out of the question.

Marcel Sabitzer gave BVB a 2-0 lead with a technically demanding direct pass (22nd) and a confidently converted penalty kick (28th). But Maximilian Wöber (36th) scored the next goal for Gladbach, who pushed for the equalizer after Karim Adeyemi (55th) received a yellow-red card. BVB attacker Sébastien Haller, who scored the goals in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League against Atlético Madrid (1:2), had to be substituted injured after just nine minutes during his starting eleven comeback.

RB against Wolfsburg without any effort

The Leipzig team had little trouble with Wolfsburg and achieved the deserved success thanks to Dani Olmo (13th), Benjamin Sesko (68th) and Loïs Openda (82nd).

Hoffenheim had taken the lead through Pavel Kaderabek (19th), but Mainz turned things around in the second half with goals from Jonathan Burkardt (47th), Phillipp Mwene (51st), Brajan Gruda (63rd) and Karim Onisiwo (88.) the game.

In Bochum, one hit on both sides initially did not count according to video evidence. Keven Schlotterbeck then scored an own goal (81st), but in the 90th minute the Bochum player made up for the mistake with the celebrated equalizer.