Bayern Munich lifted the Bundesliga Meisterschale after Robert Lewandowski set a new scoring record, while Werder Bremen were relegated and Cologne survived - for now at least.
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Robert Lewandowski set a new single-season scoring record, sticking away his 41st goal of the campaign in the last minute of a gala Bayern Munich performance against Augsburg.
Erling Haaland scored his 39th and 40th Bundesliga goals of the season as Borussia Dortmund sealed third place with victory over Bayer Leverkusen on the final day of 2020/21.
Max Kruse scored a stoppage-time winner to seal a 2-1 victory for Union Berlin over RB Leipzig on Matchday 34, thereby sealing a place in the UEFA Europa Conference League next season and spoiling Julian Nagelsmann’s last game in charge of Die Roten Bullen
Gladbach thrashed Bremen 4-2, sending their hosts down to Bundesliga 2 for the first time since 1980/81.
Cologne live to fight another day after Sebastiaan Bornauw headed them to a narrow 1-0 victory over already-relegated Schalke on the final day of the 2020/21 season.
Ritsu Doan was on the scoresheet again as Arminia Bielefeld secured their place in the Bundesliga next season with victory away to Stuttgart.
Goals from Portugal striker Andre Silva, Almany Toure and Ragnar Ache gave Eintracht Frankfurt victory over Freiburg at the Deutsche Bank Park, with Woo-yeong Jeong's effort for the visitors scant consolation as they missed out on a place in Europe next season.
Jean-Paul Boetius, Robin Quaison and Stefan Bell earned Mainz a 3-2 win at Wolfsburg on the final day of the season, with Maximilian Philipp and Joao Victor equalisers not enough for the Wolves, who had already qualified for the UEFA Champions League next season.
FIFA World Cup winner Sami Khedira was on the losing side in the final game of his career after Andrej Kramaric got a late winner for Hoffenheim against Hertha Berlin.