Munich - The title race might be done and dusted for another year, but there's still plenty to play for from the bottom up in the Bundesliga.
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As ever, bundesliga.com brings you all the reaction as and when it comes in to the events of the weekend that was.
The key events of Matchday 28
- FC Bayern München were held to a 3-3 draw by 1899 Hoffenheim, ending their run of 19 straight league wins.
- Bayern midfielder Thiago faces up to two months on the sidelines after picking up a knee injury against Hoffenheim.
- Borussia Dortmund reclaimed second place from FC Schalke 04 after coming from behind to beat VfB Stuttgart 3-2 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
- In Sunday's games, Borussia Mönchengladbach came from behind to beat Hamburger SV 3-1, while SV Werder Bremen scored in the last minute to beat Hannover 96 2-1.
Bastian Schweinsteiger and Manuel Neuer attended Monday's press conference ahead of FC Bayern München's clash with Manchester United. Neither player is expecting an easy ride at Old Trafford tomorrow...
Not many people will dispute that you can't watch enough of this goal from Wolfsburg’s to beat Frankfurt on Saturday. "The last time I had a shot from that far out, the coach told me to stay back and not shoot anymore," said the defender at the final whistle. "I'm excited to hear what he thought of the goal!"
Watch the top five goals and pick your favourite on the official Bundesliga YouTube channel:
Augsburg were dealt a comprehensive 3-0 defeat to Mainz in the Coface Arena, but considering the Bavarians' position in the table, the fans shouldn't be too disappointed by the result. They might also spare a thought for their goalkeeper Marwin Hitz, who ended up as the scorer of one of the most unfortunate, and comical, own goals you're likely to see. Watch it below, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel:
Monday 31 March
That's it for another weekend of competitive, dramatic and exhilarating top-flight action, but do join us tomorrow for the Matchday 28 fall-out, as well as build-up to the coming week's UEFA Champions League action. Bis morgen!
Saturday 29 March
Friday 28 March
Here's Borussia Dortmund arriving safely in Stuttgart ahead of tomorrow's match at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
Borussia Mönchengladbach forward Raffael turns 29 today!
As you will have gathered by now, FC Bayern München sealed their 23rd Bundesliga crown on Tuesday with a 3-1 victory over Hertha. Remind yourself of how the title was won, courtesy of this video exclusive to the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel: