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Borussia Dortmund’s Mats Hummels said the ‘next few days will be brutal’ after his side gifted Bayern Munich an 11th straight Bundesliga title.Dortmund led by two points going into the final day but a 2-2 draw at home to Mainz, allowed Bayern, who won 2-1 at Cologne, to win on goal difference.

Dortmund were hoping to win their first league title for 11 years.It’s going to be difficult to digest. It will take more than a few days,” said captain Hummels.

A tearful Dortmund manager Edin Terzic was seen in front of the club’s famous yellow wall after the final whistle, as the fans chanted the Dortmund-born coach’s name.

You can see how hard and how tough this sport that we fell in love with can be,” Terzic said, adding “it hurts extremely – will be no happy ending for us this year.”‘Electric & unbelievable’ – Bayern Munich win title on thrilling day
Dortmund led the table four times this season, but each time dropped points and allowed Bayern to return to the summit.

The expectant home fans, who had turned up for a party, were stunned as Mainz raced into a 2-0 lead at half-time, with Sebastian Haller having a penalty saved for the hosts.

After pulling a goal back through Raphael Guerreiro, Dortmund thought they had been handed a reprieve when Cologne levelled against Bayern Munich with nine minutes left.

But, with the title heading for Dortmund and the home fans starting to celebrate, Jamal Musiala’s 89th-minute winner secured the title for Bayern – despite a late equaliser for Terzic’s side.

England midfielder Jude Bellingham, an unused substitute due to a knee injury, was filmed pushing a camera away from his face as he left the field in tears.

It could be the 19-year-old’s last game for Dortmund, with Real Madrid in advanced talks for his signature this summer.Midfielder Emre Can added: “We gave everything as a team but it wasn’t to be.”We wanted it but in the end we didn’t make it

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou says Kyogo Furuhashi’s injury “doesn’t seem too serious” after the striker limped off on the back of netting a double in Celtic’s Scottish Premiership rout of Aberdeen.

The Japanese struck twice in the first half before being caught by Aberdeen goalkeeper Kelle Roos with the Scottish Cup final against Inverness Caledonian Thistle looming next Saturday.

A powerful Carl Starfelt header made it three before an Oh Hyeon-gyu double put the finishing touches on a relentless trophy-day display for the hosts.It’s a big game next week and he’ll give himself every chance to be available,” Postecoglou added.

It was a great day, we do trophy day well.The games before trophy day not so much but the boys were fantastic today, they played the football that was representative of the kind of team we’ve been this year.”

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Celtic came close to opening the scoring within 30 seconds as Kyogo latched onto the end of Alistair Johnston’s threaded pass but his shot back across goal trickled wide of the far post.

That early chance, however, set the tone for a dominant display from the hosts with Kyogo taking a starring role in the opening 45.

Attack after attack followed for Postecoglou’s side but the final pass often failed to materialise into a goalscoring opportunity.Greg Taylor’s pass then found Kyogo on the edge of the area who let it run across his body before checking back with a smart flick, leaving two trailing Aberdeen defenders in his wake. A smart, composed finish was then fired past Kelle Roos.

The league’s current top goalscorer’s quick-fire double was completed when Roos inexplicably palmed a fairly tame Callum McGregor strike into the path of the awaiting Kyogo, who was rewarded for not standing still as he lifted his strike over the dejected keeper.

After the interval Kyogo almost pounced on another error as Jack MacKenzie’s back pass required Roos to rush out and slide in to clear the ball. In the process, the onrushing Celtic forward took a sore one and hobbled off.

A whipped Celtic corner was powered in by Starfelt off the underside of the bar after Jota’s striker was ruled out for offside.

Oh followed Kyogo’s first-half display as he contributed with a late second-half double in the final 10 minutes.He nodded in on the end of Jota’s dinked delivery into the six-yard box and he then slammed home after Jota’s free-kick cracked off the bar, with Roos left stranded having dived for the initial set piece


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