WATCH: LEWANDOWSKI: "IT'S AMAZING TO BE TOP SCORER AGAIN!"
THAT'S ALL, FOLKS!
Wolfsburg finish 12th after coming from 2-0 down to draw with Bayern, who end the season winless in a three - a first under Julian Nagelsmann.
John Anthony Brooks
WHAT A CHANCE!
Sane's through on goal with only Casteels to beat. He has the time to pick his spot, but misses the target. That was the chance!
KNOCKING AT THE DOOR
Tidy football from Bayern in the final third. Musiala sends in a low cross, but Lacroix hooks it clear.
TWO WOLFSBURG SHOTS ON TARGET, TWO GOALS
Micky van de Ven
Bayern have upped the ante since conceding. Gnabry cuts inside, but a deflection takes his shot over and the ensuing corner comes to nothing. It's such an open game in Wolfsburg!
Lovely football from Bayern as Kimmich lays a ball off to Lewandowski on the edge of the area. He hits it well enough, but it's too close to Casteels.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Bayern have been dozing since the start of the second half, and are made to pay. Micky van de Ven arrows a cross into the six-yard box for Max Kruse, stealing in between the Bayern centre-backs, to slide in for 2-2.
ゴール！2 : 2
Lacroix lets out an almight yelp as he goes to ground following a challenge with Lewandowski. He twisted his standing foot, but appears to be OK to continue.
And deservedly so, but that Wind strike opens the door for the Wolves.
BAYERN IN FRONT
WOLFSBURG PULL ONE BACK!
Well, well! Jonas Wind controls a fierce Kruse cross into the box. Davies expects him to spin onto his right foot, but instead the Dane turns the other way to slam a left-footed volley between the Bayern defenders in front of Neuer and into the back of the net.
ゴール！1 : 2
Bayern double their lead in Wolfsburg! Müller curls a cross towards the six-yard box. Lewandowski outjumps Lacroix and flicks a superb header past Casteels for his 35th Bundesliga goal of the season. Cool as you like.
ゴール！0 : 2
TOUCHY ON THE TOUCHLINE
Kohfeldt's still griping about a Hernandez challenge on Baku. He doesn't let it lie, and is booked.
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Bayern on the attack again with Gnabry. If he finds Musiala, the tennager's in with only Casteels to beat - but he doesn't.
Brilliant defending from Stanisic, the Croatian getting up to head Schlager's back-post cross away from Kruse.
Such a shame for Bayern. Musiala drives forward and finds Lewandowski, before continuing his run. The teenager sweeps in Müller's low cross, but it won't count. Davies was obstructing Casteels.
Nmecha goes in on Hernandez with a raised boot. The Bayern man goes to ground, but the Wolfsburg striker avoids a booking.
That was Bayern's 48th away goal of the season - a Bundesliga record. Just five more for the record for most team goals...
THE QUALITY OF THAT HEADER...
Bayern take the lead from a set-piece of their own. Kimmich pings an outswinger towards the corner of the six-yard box. Stanisic goes ups and sends a superb header into the far corner. That's his first Bundesliga goal, and it was a beauty!
ゴール！0 : 1
OFF THE POST!
Wolfsburg almost take the lead out of nowhere as Lacroix directs an inswinging Arnold corner against the right-hand post. Neuer was unmoved.
It's sutely only a matter of time for Bayern as Lewandowski spins and draws a smart save from Casteels.
Müller with a perfectly weighted chipped pass over the top of the Wolfsburg defence. Goretzka toes it goalwards, but Casteels is able to fend it behind.
Very neat passing from Bayern. They work it from right to left with Gnabry. Musiala controls on the edge of the box, before firing straight at Casteels.
BAYERN UP FOR IT
Casteels takes too long controlling a back-pass. He doesn't see Musiala coming as he goes to clear. It hits the Bayern teenager in front of goal, but goes wide.
Bayern on the attack immediately. Kimmich splits the Wolfsburg defence and finds Gnabry, whose low cross is blocked before an offside flag goes up. Warning for Wolfsburg...
AWAY WE GO!
After a slight delay, we are under way at the Volkswagen Arena. Bayern have won 12 of the last 13 meetings between the clubs...
Outbound trio Brooks, Lukebakio and William are presented with commemorative photo frames ahead of kick-off. Brooks gets a particularly warm applause - he's been at the club since 2017.
Bayern need to score six goals to equal the Bundesliga record, which they hold, for most single-season team goals. The record champions begin the day on 95 Bundesliga strikes. If they score once, they'll set a record for single-season away goals (48).
MORE ON THOSE TEAMS
John Brooks makes his final appearance as a Wolfsburg player. There's also a rare start for young Dutchman Micky van de Ven. Josip Stanisic beings on the right-hand side of the Bayern defence, meanwhile. Jamal Musiala replaces the suspended Kingsley Coman on the left of the attack
Neuer (c) - Stanisic, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Gnabry, Müller, Musiala - Lewandowski
Früchtl, Richards, Pavard, Sane, Choupo-Moting, Nianzou, Vidovic, Tillman
Casteels (c) - Baku, Lacroix, Brooks, Van de Ven - Schlager, Arnold, Gerhardt - Wind, L. Nmecha, Kruse
Pervan, Bornauw, Vranckx, Steffen, Roussillon, Philipp, Mbabu, Bialek, Lukebakio
KIMMICH TO HIT 300?
If he features today, Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich will mark his 300th competitive game for Bayern.
KRUSE THE TALISMAN
Max Kruse inspired Union Berlin in the first half of the season, getting five goals and four assists in 16 appearances. Since his return to Wolfsburg in January, he's been doing much the same for them. With six goals in 13 starts, he is already the club's second top goalscorer - and helped fire them well clear of relegation trouble. Today the veteran attacker will hope to improve his career record against Bayern, which stands at one goal and just two wins in 18 appearances.
Kruse hit a hat-trick last time at home
KOHFELDT WARY BUT HOPEFUL
Naturally enough, Wolfsburg boss Florian Kohfeldt was asked how his players could stop Lewandowski - who has a league-leading 34 goals this season. "One of his oustanding attributes is getting his shot off a split second quicker than other strikers - sometimes from positions where you wouldn't expect him to shoot," Kohfeldt said. "We need to be aware of that." The Wolves coach says his team have noticed "one or two ways of creating chances against Bayern", however, and wants them to strike the right balance between defence and attack.
LEWANDOWSKI THE LEADING LIGHT
Wolfsburg fans won't want reminding of what happened when their side met Bayern in September 2015. Robert Lewandowski came off the bench at half-time that night in Munich with his side 1-0 down, then produced one of the best performances in history to get five goals. This season the Pole got a calendar-year record 43rd Bundesliga goal on Matchday 17 in Bayern's 4-0 home win - one of 24 league strikes he has managed against the Wolves in his career.
Wolfsburg will fancy their chances of signing off with a positive result. They're now unbeaten in three outings, and have scored an impressive nine goals without reply in their last two home games against Arminia Bielefeld (4-0) and Mainz (5-0).
When the sides last met...
NAGELSMANN WANTS MORE
Bayern have eased off after wrapping up the title, losing 3-1 in Mainz and drawing 2-2 at home to VfB Stuttgart. Their coach Julian Nagelsmann thinks some aspects of the second half of the season could have been better, but overall he's been pleased with his first Bundesliga campaign in Munich. "We're better than last season in all the stats, except for converting chances," he said ahead of his side's attempt to record a 25th win from 34 league matches this term. "We've scored more goals, conceded fewer, we've become a bit more variable. But we have to consolidate everything."
A FAVOURITE FIXTURE FOR BAYERN
Wolfsburg are an opponent that seem to bring the best out of Bayern. The champions have won 39 of the 49 Bundesliga meetings of the two teams, losing just four times against the Wolves. Bayern have won their last eight matches against the home side, and have scored in the last 27.
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