Hamburg thought they had gone ahead in the 27th minute when Tatsuya Ito broke clear and buried the ball past Lukas Hradecky but, after Hamburg had celebrated the goal, it was disallowed for offside by the video assistant referee. Replays showed that the Japanese player was centimetres offside, if at all. To add insult to injury, Marius Wolf put Eintracht ahead four minutes later with a shot between Julian Pollersbeck's legs. Hamburg, one off the bottom in 17th place, were also denied an equaliser when a long-range Douglas Santos effort was tipped on to the post by Hradecky and Lewis Holtby's headed goal from the rebound was disallowed for offside. Omar Mascarell sealed Hamburg's fate with a deflected goal and Alexander Meier added a third in injury time. Ademola Lookman became the first English player to score two goals in a Bundesliga game since Tony Woodcock in 1987 when his brace helped Leipzig to beat Wolfsburg.
Mainz are safe, Freiburg have avoided the automatic drop, but aside from that, it's going down to the final matchday ? pic.twitter.com/iIb0mbYPmJ— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) May 5, 2018
Timo Werner and Jean-Kevin Augustin scored the other Leipzig goals and Daniel Didavi replied for Wolfsburg who are in 16th place with 30 points. Bayern's Suele became the first player to score three own goals in a season since Manfred Kaltz in 1977/78 when he flicked a cross into the net after half an hour at Cologne. James Rodriguez and Robert Lewandowski scored twice in three minutes in the second half to put Bayern ahead, both goals set up by Thomas Mueller, and Corentin Tolisso turned in a Rodriguez cross for the third. Two goals by Thilo Kehrer gave Schalke a 2-1 win at Augsburg as they made sure of second place with 60 points. Dortmund remained third on 55 after their defeat, three ahead of Hoffenheim, who were beaten by two Mario Gomez goals in a 2-0 defeat at VfB Stuttgart, and Bayer Leverkusen, who drew 0-0 at Werder Bremen. Leipzig, sixth with 50 points, also have an outside chance of a top-four finish and a Champions League place next season.
Robert Lewandowski ?& Co. pic.twitter.com/66sRWqupIt — Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) May 5, 2018
RESULTS Dortmund 1 (Philipp 16) Mainz 2 (Baku 4, Muto 13) Leipzig 4 (Lookman 24, 52, Werner 33, Augustin 63) Wolfsburg 1 (Didavi 47) Cologne 1 (Suele 30-og) Bayern 3 (Rodriguez 59, Lewandowski 61, Tolisso 78) Bremen 0 Leverkusen 0 Gladbach 3 (Hazard 18, Elvedi 57, Drmic 64) Freiburg 1 (Kleindienst 59) Frankfurt 3 (Wolf 31, Mascarell 77, Meier 90+1) Hamburg 0 Augsburg 1 (Max 27) Schalke 2 (Kehrer 23, 34) Hanover 3 (Harnik 4, Sane 40, Fuellkrug 42) Hertha 1 (Selke 73) Stuttgart 2 (Gomez 25, 74) Hoffenheim 0
One game to go... ? pic.twitter.com/hddQXOoJ6E— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) May 5, 2018