The two main Bundesliga strikers seem to be leaving, as “Stuttgart” ensured dramatic survival

It seemed that Erling Haaland and Robert Lewandowski said goodbye to German football fans when a pandemic struck in Stuttgart, when they won the relegation victory in the 92nd minute.

On the last day of the Bundesliga season, Haaland played his last game for Borussia Dortmund, which sold it for £ 51 million ($ 62.5 million) this week after Manchester City Premier League leaders activated. his paragraph on release.

The Norwegian goal machine was taken into honor by his teammates and a bouquet of flowers along with other departing stars, including Brazilian Vizkid Renier, who is returning to Real Madrid, and Axel Witzel.

Leaving them with a penalty in the 68th minute, which was his 62nd shot in 67 matches in the German Premier League, Haaland said goodbye to the Yellow Wall in the stands of Westfalenstadion, and thanked them on Twitter with his now former club.

“It was just an honor to wear this shirt,” the 21-year-old wrote.

“On [Dortmund]I spent unforgettable moments [and] met special people, not to mention the fans who have always been our extra people on the field. The yellow wall is truly incredible. I will never forget any of this! Thank you all! ” Haaland signed.

The future of Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich is less certain at this point.

On Saturday morning, “Sport in Catalonia” reported that the Polish national team has refused to extend its current contract, which expires next June, and told his club that he wants to leave amid interest from Barcelona.

Before the Bavarians met with “Wolfsburg”, the sports director of “Bavaria” Hassan Salihamidzic confirmed this, but denied that “Barca” made an offer for the veteran.

Having scored a 2-2 draw in the 40th minute, making him his 50th goal of the season, Lewandowski moved on to Bayern fans completely and gave them what some perceived as a possible farewell.

Putting his hand on his heart, “Lion” even shed a few tears.

“It is very possible that this was my last game for Bayern,” admitted frontman Robert Via Play Sport after the match at home.

“I can’t say 100%, but maybe it was [my last game]. We want to find the best solution for me and for the club, “he added.

Skye Lewandowski insisted: “I will not sign a new contract. We must find the best solution for both parties. I told the club that if there is an offer, we should think about it – also for the club.”

Five hours south in Stuttgart, a pandemic broke out when a local team won a relegation immediately after death.

After drawing 1-1 with Cologne, who are in seventh place before the injury time, the team of the hometown secured three points with the winner in the 92nd minute, who kept the goal difference and awarded the Berlin “Hertha” to second-tier football.

Wataru Endo became the hero of the hour and admitted that he “never felt such a moment” after the fans stormed the field at the “Mercedes-Benz Arena”.

“I think it’s because Dortmund has scored in the last five minutes,” he said explained. “Dortmund scored in the last five minutes and won. We scored in the last two minutes – I scored.”

“I can’t believe it,” the Japanese midfielder finished.

(RT.com)

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