Barcelona’s hopes of staying in front of Real Madrid took a hit after another stumble in La Liga.
Barcelona were held at Celta Vigo to 2-2 after conceding in the 88th minute on Saturday, opening the way for Madrid to take sole possession of the lead.
Iago Aspas scored from a clever low free-kick that went outside the wall to steal the win from Barcelona, who moved only one point in front of Madrid ahead of their rival’s visit to bottom-placed Espanyol on Sunday.
Luis Suárez twice gave Barcelona the lead, with Vigo’s first equaliser coming from Fyodor Smolov.
Werder Bremen extended their 39-year stay in the Bundesliga for at least another 10 days when they thumped Cologne 6-1 to avoid automatic relegation.
The four-times Bundesliga champions climbed out of the drop zone and leapfrogged Fortuna Düsseldorf to finish 16th in the table. They now face a play-off against the team who finish third in the second division. Fortuna lost 3-0 at Union Berlin and were relegated.
Werder began the day as the favourites to go down. They were two points behind Fortuna with a worse goal difference but raced to a 3-0 lead when Yuya Osako, Milot Rashica and Niclas Füllkrug scored in a six-minute spell in the first half. Davy Klaassen added a fourth after half-time, Osako made it 5-0, Dominick Drexler pulled one back and Josh Sargent scored a sixth to leave Werder with 31 points, one more than Fortuna.
Bayern Munich, already crowned champions last week, lifted the league trophy in an empty stadium after crushing hosts Wolfsburg 4-0. The Bavarians went ahead in the fourth minute with Kingsley Coman scored from Thomas Müller’s 21st assist, a league record. Mickael Cuisance then rifled in from 25 metres for a sensational goal in the 37th and the 20-year-old Frenchman earned a penalty, which resulted in Joshua Guilavogui being sent off for a second booking.
Robert Lewandowski converted the penalty for his 34th goal of the season to earn his fifth Bundesliga top-scorer award and his third in a row. Müller made it 4-0 in the 79th minute as Bayern took their goal tally to 100, one less than the league record set by them in the 1971-72 season.
Borussia Mönchengladbach capped a successful season with a spot in next season’s Champions League group stage by beating Hertha Berlin 2-1 to finish fourth.
Timo Werner marked his RB Leipzig swansong with two well-taken goals in a 2-1 victory at Augsburg. Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund experienced a miserable end to the season, beaten 4-0 at home by Hoffenheim, with Andrej Kramaric scoring all the goals for the visitors.