Bayern Munich stumbled and couldn’t get past a 1-1 draw at home to third-placed Bayer Leverkusen on Matchday 25 of the Bundesliga.
In the 18th minute, defender Niklas Sule brought the Bavarians forward but the Pharmacists’ equalizer would come in the first half, with an unfortunate 36th-minute strike from Thomas Muller to score in his own goal.
In the second half, Bayern, which receives Salzburg on Tuesday to decide on qualification for the quarter-finals of the Champions League, forced the winning goal, which ended up not arriving.
Thus, Julian Nagelsmann’s team has 59 points and can see Borussia Dortmund (50) reduce the distances. Leverkusen are at the bottom of the podium and have 45.
RB Leipzig, with the entry of André Silva in the second half (55th), lost 0-1 when receiving against Freiburg.
Round 25 results:
Bielefeld v Augsburg, 0-1
Bayern Munich v Leverkusen, 1-1
Bochum – Greuter Furth, 2-1
Hertha BSC – Frankfurt, 1-4
RB Leipzig v Freiburg, 1-1
Wolfsburg v Union Berlin, 1-0