Bundesliga title race going to the wire as Bayern Munich draw at Leipzig while Dortmund defeat Dusseldorf – The Sun

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THE BUNDESLIGA title race will go down to the wire after Bayern Munich were held at RB Leipzig. Niko Kovac’s side could have secured a seventh-straight championship with victory on Saturday. Reuters Bayern Munich failed to claim a seventh-straight Bundesliga title after they were held at Leipzig Reuters Mario Gotze’s winner for Dortmund ensured they took the title race to the final day But they were unable to overcame a tough Leipzig outfit as the pair fought-out a goalless draw – although VAR did rule out a strike for the table-toppers. And that stalemate kept alive Borussia Dortmund’s hopes of breaking Bayern’s grip on the German top-flight. The Yellow and Blacks had to do it the hard way though as they struggled to overcome midtable Fortuna Dusseldorf. The soon-to-be Chelsea winger headed Christian Pulisic them ahead moments before the break – breaking down in tears afterwards in his final home match for the club. But Oliver Fink pounced just seconds after the restart to level. Thomas Delaney quickly restored order with 53 minutes on the clock until a heartstopping moment occurred on the hour mark as the visitors were awarded a penalty. Luckily for Dortmund Fortuna failed to capitalise from the spot before his team were reduced to ten men when Adam Bodzek was given his marching orders in the closing stages. Mario Gotze then secured victory by adding a third in injury time, but Dawid Kownacki set up a nervy finish by pulling one back for Fortuna as it finished 3-2. Dortmund trail Munich, who host Frankfurt next week, by two points ahead of their trip to Monchengladbach next Saturday. Robert Lewandowski and Kingsley Coman trade punches during Bayern Munich training ground bust-up
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