ACEHFOOTBALL.net — FSV Mainz forced Bayern Munich to postpone the German League champions' party after beating their guests with a score 2-1 in matchday 31 at the Opel Arena Stadium, Saturday.
The goals of Jonathan Burkardt and Robin Quaison in the first half of the game were only able to be answered by Robert Lewandowski for Bayern at the end of the second half injury time, according to the records of the official German League page.
as a result, Bayern must postpone the certainty of their title, ln failed to gain a score 71 points at the top of the standings. Bayern can win tomorrow, when RB Leipzig clung on 10 points below them against VfB Stuttgart on Sunday (25/4) tomorrow.
Conversely for Mainz (34), the victory left them on the verge of certainty being saved from the threat of relegation. Because Mainz moved up to 12th and had a safe distance 18 points from Hertha Berlin who still have six games remaining.
Only three minutes of the game running, The hosts were able to open the scoring through Burkart's volley that grabbed a wild ball from Jerome Boateng's imperfect header..
The goal gave Mainz confidence, Unfortunately their two chances from Danny Latza and Danny da Costa were still pushed over by goalkeeper Manuel Neuer who twice brushed the ball and hit it against the goalpost.
However, in the 37th minute, Neuer was moved when Robin Quaison calmly headed home a Philipp Mwene free-kick to double Mainz's lead.
Hansi Flick's team are trying hard to catch up with a two-goal draw but, domination 72 their possession percent of the ball hardly yielded any results.
In the fourth minute of injury time, Lewandowski, who just returned from a knee injury, was able to find Mainz's goal, but it ended up being a consolation goal for losing Bayern 1-2 from the host.
In the next match, Bayern host Borussia Moenchengladbach at the Allianz Arena on Saturday (8/5) next week, while Mainz a day later visited Eintracht Frankfurt headquarters.