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Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart: VfB rescue a point taking it to the last matchday to survive the relegation playoffs

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart
Allianz Arena

Stuttgart travelled to the Allianz Arena in desperate need of points to at least give them a shot at the relegation playoff fixture. Things started well for them as they opened the scoring in the 8th minute. The Bavarians, however, equalised and took the lead before half time.

Kalajdzic equalised once again for VfB in the 52nd minute. Both teams pushed for the winning goal but were unable to do so. Coman was sent off in the dying moments of the fixture that ended 2-2.

Bayern were crowned champions at the end of the fixture. Stuttgart meanwhile will have to win on matchday 34 and hope Hertha loses to avoid the relegation playoffs. Thanks to their superior goal difference, the club is extremely unlikely to go down directly even if they lose and Arminia get three points.

Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart: Match report

Full time score: Bayern Munich 2-2 Stuttgart

0-1 Tomás (8), 1-1 Mavropanos (35, og), 2-1 Müller (44), 2.2 Kalajdzic (52)

Yellow Cards
Nianzou / Karazor, Führich, Coulibaly

Red Cards
Coman (90)

FC Bayern
Neuer – Pavard (Tolisso 72), Upamecano, Nianzou (Süle 63), Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka (Roca 72) – Gnabry (Sabitzer 86), Müller (Choupo-Moting 86), Coman – Lewandowski

Ulreich – Roca, Nianzou, Stanišić

VfB Stuttgart
Müller – Mavropanos, Anton, Itō – Endō, Karazor, Sosa, Tomás (Förster 74), Führich (Coulibaly 63) – Kalajdzic (Thommy 80), Marmoush (Mangala 46)

Bredlow – Millot, Beyaz, Bazzoli, Tibidi

Managers’ reaction

FC Bayern München coach, FC Bayern München: “I’m happy that I was able to hold the trophy up. But still, of course, I’d have preferred to also win the game.”

VfB Stuttgart head coach, Pellegrino Matarazzo: “I’m very happy with my team’s performance. We created a lot of chances and could have won the game, but we’re happy with the point – Bayern also had a lot of opportunities. In the second half we wanted to be more courageous, be more comfortable on the ball and control the game more. Everything remains up in the air. The fans are just outstanding and are always there to support us at every away game. That helps us a lot.”

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