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FC Bayern Munich - Eintracht Frankfurt
Bundesliga - 18 May 2019
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FULL TIME: Bayern regain the title after a crushing 5-1 win. Coman, Alaba, Sanches and the departing Ribery and Robben are on the scoresheet for the Bavarians. Haller with the consolation. Thanks for following the game with us...
We are into stoppage time now, not long till party time in Bavaria.
Frankfurt could sneak into the European places with Hoffenheim drawing 2-2 with Mainz.
Bayern are six minutes away from their seventh straight Bundesliga title.
CLOSE! Robben nearly adds a second but is denied by a good save from Trapp.
Frankfurt look to have given up to be frank.
- GoalArjen RobbenFC Bayern Munich
GOAL FOR BAYERN! Robben also marks his final Bundesliga outing for Bayern with a goal. He scores a tap in after a low cross evades Trapp.
- Yellow cardFranck RibéryFC Bayern Munich
Ribery is then booked for taking his shirt off and holding it to the crowd.
- GoalFranck RibéryFC Bayern Munich
GOAL FOR BAYERN! It had to be. Ribery scores a maginificent solo goal, twisting through the defence and dinking the ball over Trapp.
- Yellow cardThiagoFC Bayern Munich
Thiago is booked. Frankfurt have offered little after being hit with those 2 goals.
- OffSerge GnabryFC Bayern Munich
- OnArjen RobbenFC Bayern Munich
Arjen Robben is also on for his final Bundesliga game for Bayern in place of Gnabry.
- OffAnte RebicEintracht Frankfurt
- OnLucas TorroEintracht Frankfurt
Torro is on for Rebic.
- OffKingsley ComanFC Bayern Munich
- OnFranck RibéryFC Bayern Munich
Franck Ribery is on for his final Bundesliga game for the club in place of Coman.
- GoalRenato SanchesFC Bayern Munich
GOAL FOR BAYERN! Sanches scores Bayern's third, he has plenty of space in the box, sella a dummy and drives a low shot into the net.
Reus has put Dortmund 2-0 ahead against Gladbach.
Bayern and Dortmund were level on points for 3 minutes before Alaba restored the lead for Kovac's side.
- GoalDavid AlabaFC Bayern Munich
GOAL FOR BAYERN! Muller's shot is parried by Trapp and Alaba swoops in to convert the rebound.
- Yellow cardMakoto HasebeEintracht Frankfurt
Hasebe is booked, Frankfurt's second of the game.
- GoalSébastien HallerEintracht Frankfurt
GOAL FOR FRANKFURT! Its Haller to the rescue with a tap in after Bayern's defence goes to sleep.
Kovac applauds the crowd who chant his name.
Heller replaces De Guzman and has scored 14 goals this season.
- OffJonathan de GuzmanEintracht Frankfurt
- OnSébastien HallerEintracht Frankfurt
Sebastien Haller is on for the visitors.
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KICK OFF: The second half is underway.
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In the other game, Dortmund lead Gladbach 1-0.
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HALF TIME: Coman's early goal has given Bayern the lead and put them on course for the title. They have been dominant with Gnabry having a goal chalked off by VAR.
There will be one added minute.
CHANCE! Nice move from the visitors. It ends with Rebic trying an ambitious lob which is high and wide.
Frankfurt have Trapp - and VAR - to thank if it remains 1-0 at the break, he has been in inspired from.
- OffLeon GoretzkaFC Bayern Munich
- OnRenato SanchesFC Bayern Munich
Goretzka has an injury and cannot continue. Ex-Swansea man Renato Sanches is on.
- Yellow cardMartin HintereggerEintracht Frankfurt
Hinteregger is booked for a foul on Lewandowski.
As results stand, Bayern will win the title and Frankfurt will miss out on European football with Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Hoffenheim all winning.
DOUBLE CHANCE! De Guzman deflects a Coman cross onto the crossbar. Seconds later, Trapp keeps out Lewandowski's shot from close range.
GNABRY'S GOAL DISALLOWED! Lewandowski is penalised for being initially off-side after a lengthy review.
GOAL FOR BAYERN! Gnabry makes it 2-0 after receiving Lewandowski's pass and producing a classy finish. VAR is taking a look.
The hosts are cranking up the pressure here. They look intent on giving Frankfurt a mullering.
SO CLOSE! Coman bursts past Abraham and finds Muller whose touch lets him down before he can shoot - a huge let off.
Lewandowski seems to be in an unselfish mood today, opting to head the ball across the box rather than go for goal and Frankfurt hack the ball away.
Frankfurt have weathered the storm since the early goal. Jovic seems to be playing on the flank though rather than in the penalty box on occasions.
As it stands its staying in Bavaria with Bayern winning and Dortmund 0-0 against Gladbach.
CLOSE! Bayern ping the ball into the box, it fortutiously falls to Lewandowski whose low shot is blocked by Trapp's leg. The keeper has had a busy afternoon so far.
FIRST CHANCE FOR FRANKFURT! Kostic and Rebic combine to set up De Guzman whose first touch is heavy and is shot is straight at the keeper.
CLOSE! Alaba's long-range shot is saved by Trapp. From the corner, Lewandowski powers a header over the bar. Frankfurt are under siege.
CHANCE! Lewandowski turns provider to square the ball across the box for Gnabry whose first time effort is saved although the flag goes up for off-side.
The atmosphere has completely changed in the stadium now with that early goal as the scoreline filters through to Dortmund.
Far too easy for the hosts. Coman was unmarked as he slotted the ball in. Dream start for the Bavarians.
- GoalKingsley ComanFC Bayern Munich
GOAL FOR BAYERN! Muller spots Coman's overlapping run and finds him with the pass and he tucks it into the bottom corner.
OUCH! Thiago is given a talking to over an elbow on Kostic, it did not appear to be deliberate.
Bayern are wearing their new home red home kit with a quilted pattern. Robben, Ribery and Rafinha are on the bench today and could get a final runout in the Bundesliga.
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KICK OFF: We are underway on the final day of the Bundesliga season.
COUNTDOWN: 5 minutes until kick-off!
James Rodriguez, club captain Manuel Neuer and Javi Martinez all miss out at the Allianz Arena due to injury.
Sebastien Haller is on the bench for the visitors after a stomach injury. Meanwhile, Real Madrid bound Luka Jovic is looking to end his Frankfurt career on a high having not found the net in his last five outings in the Bundesliga.
Niko Kovac is 90 minutes from securing his first league crown as a manager against his former club but Bayern have been forced to deny rumours this week the Croatian will be replaced.
Some stunning strikes here..
PERMUTATIONS: If Bayern win, they clinch the title. If Bayern draw and Dortmund win against Monchengladbach, Bayern will win the league on goal difference. In short, Dortmund need to win and hope Bayern drop points as the Bavarians have a superior goal difference over their title rivals of 17.
EINTRACHT FRANKFURT: Trapp, Rebic, Fernandes, De Guzman, Jovic, Kostic, Gacinovic, Hinteregger, Abraham, Hasebe, Da Costa…Subs: Rönnow, Falette, Halle, Torro, Toure, Pacienca.
BAYERN MUNICH: Ulreich, Sule, Hummels, Alaba, Coman, Kimmic, Alcantara, Goretzka, Gnabry, Muller, Lewandowski...Subs: Hoffman, RIbery, Robben, Rafinha, Boateng, Davies, Sanches.
Guten tag and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE commentary as Bayern Munich face Eintracht Frankfurt on the final day of the Bundesliga season. The Bavarians are two points ahead of Dortmund at the top of the table. Kick-off is at 14:30 BST.