Latest club goals for Haaland and possibly Lewy

Wataru Endo scored in stoppage time to ensure VfB Stuttgart’s survival in the Bundesliga.

Meanwhile, the league’s two best strikers, Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland, appeared to have scored their last goals for their clubs in Saturday’s final round of fixtures.

Endo struck in injury time to give Stuttgart a dramatic 2-1 win over Cologne and instead send Hertha Berlin into the play-off.

Felix Magath’s Hertha lost 2-1 to Borussia Dortmund, with Haaland on target for the hosts in their last game there before a summer move to Manchester City, as they slipped behind Stuttgart in the third last on goal difference.

Champions Bayern Munich blew a two-goal lead over Josip Stanisic and Lewandowski in a 2-2 draw at Wolfsburg, amid the likelihood that it will also be the Pole’s last strike for them in the league.

Bayern board member Hasan Salihamidzic previously confirmed that World Footballer of the Year Lewandowski will not renew his contract beyond 2023.

Salihamidzic has ruled out a summer transfer but there is reported interest from Barcelona and elsewhere in the prolific goalscorer.

Arminia Bielefeld was relegated for the eighth time with Greuther Furth after a 1-1 draw with RB Leipzig, who secured the last Champions League spot in fourth with the point.

Union Berlin won 3-2 against Bochum to finish fifth and advance to the next Europa League, alongside Freiburg, losing 2-1 to sixth-placed Bayer Leverkusen.

Cologne, seventh, will play in the next Europa Conference League.

In their match in Stuttgart, Sasa Kalajdzic led the hosts 1-0 against Cologne in the 11th minute, just seconds after having his penalty saved in sensational fashion by goalkeeper Marvin Schwabe.

Anthony Modeste headed the equalizer for Cologne in the 59th minute after a blunder by goalkeeper Florian Muller, but Endo’s diving header two minutes into stoppage time saved them from the play-off.

Things had looked bleak for Stuttgart because Hertha had led Dortmund since Ishak Belfodil’s first-half penalty, but Haaland netted his 86th and final Dortmund goal in 88 away games.

Then Dortmund sub Youssoufa Moukoko netted his winner with his first touch five minutes from time.

Champions Bayern, meanwhile, have ended a disappointing three-game winless streak and face plenty of turmoil over Lewandowski’s future.

They were leading 2-0 from headers from Josip Stanisic and Lewandowski, who again finished top scorer in the league with 35 goals for a total of 312 Bundesliga goals in 12 years for Dortmund and Munich. Only the late and great Gerd Muller scored more.

But Jonas Wind and Max Kruse scored for Wolfsburg.

Elsewhere, Borussia Mönchengladbach routed Hoffenheim 5-1 but Gladbach manager Adi Hutter subsequently resigned.

Mainz and Europa League finalists Eintracht Frankfurt drew 2-2, while Augsburg beat Furth 2-1.

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