Köln 0-1 Bayern München (Lewandowski 10)
Robert Lewandowski’s 25th Bundesliga goal of 2015/16, one more than his previous best total for a league campaign, earned Josep Guardiola’s men the spoils against their mid-table opponents. The Poland forward beat Köln keeper Timo Horn with a well-struck effort, surpassing Luca Toni as the scorer of the most top-flight goals by a foreign player in a single season for the Bavarians.
Wolfsburg 1-1 Darmstadt (Schürrle 90+3; Wagner 82)
Wolfsburg lost ground in their bid to secure a top-four Bundesliga finish, Andre Schürrle’s last-gasp goal salvaging a draw for Dieter Hecking’s team. The German international drilled in from the edge of the penalty area in the third minute of added time, taking his tally in March to five. Wolfsburg are six points shy of fourth-placed Schalke with seven games remaining.
Sporting Gijón 2-1 Atlético Madrid (Sanabria 79, Castro 89; Griezmann 29)
Relegation-threatened Sporting – who had lost their last four matches – condemned Atlético to their second Liga defeat of 2016. An expertly-taken free-kick by Antoine Griezmann had put the visitors on course for their fifth successive league win. Pacesetters Barcelona will extend their lead to 11 points on Sunday if they overcome UEFA Europa League quarter-finalists Villarreal.
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) March 19, 2016
Villarreal v Barcelona (16.00CET)
Manchester City v Manchester United (17.00)
Bovista v Benfica (17.00)
Real Madrid v Sevilla (17.00)
Paris Saint-Germain v Monaco (21.00)
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