Chelsea-bound U.S. global Christian Pulisic bid an emotional farewell to the Dortmund fans before his last home game and then opened the scoring on 41 minutes.
In his final appearance at Signal Iduna Park, Christian Pulisic thanked Borussia Dortmund fans with a goal as BVB faced Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday.
A howler from stand-in goalkeeper Marwin Hitz allowed Oliver Fink to equalize, but Thomas Delaney restored the lead for Dortmund.
Bayern scored a goal through Leon Goretzka in the 50th minute, but VAR proved it was an offside play by Robert Lewandowski in the previous play.
With two games to go in the 2.Bundesliga, that could be any one of Paderborn, Union Berlin, Hamburg, Heidenheim or St. Pauli.
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Hitz, replacing injured Roman Buerki, also brought down Dodi Lukebakio for a second-half penalty which the forward fired wide.
The United States worldwide marked his final home appearance for Dortmund with a goal as they sent the Bundesliga title race to the last day with a 3-2 win over Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Hanover 96 and Nuremberg were relegated due to VfB Stuttgart's 3-0 win against Wolfsburg, which ensured them a 16th-place finish and a relegation/promotion playoff with the third-placed team from the second tier.
The thumping win sees Gladbach go fourth overnight, leapfrogging both Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen, who were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Schalke, Guido Burgstaller cancelling out Kai Havertz's opener. "We still have a chance to win the title".
Johannes Eggestein's first-half goal condemned RB Leipzig-bound coach Julian Nagelsmann to defeat in his last home game in charge of Hoffenheim.