Bundesliga: Ehizibue, Collins, Sarenren-Bazee In Action As Cologne, Paderborn, Augsburg Suffer Defeats In Final Day Fixtures 

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Jamilu Collins featured in Paderborn’s final fixture of the 2019/2020 Bundesliga season which they lost 3-2 away to Eintracht Frankfurt, Completesports.com reports.

Collins played for 90 minutes in the game which was his 30th Bundesliga appearance for relegated Paderborn.

It was Paderborn’s fourth straight defeat which saw them winless in their last 15 games of the season (10 defeats, five draws).

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They finish bottom on 20 points in the 18-team league table.

Super Eagles new invitee Kingsley Ehizibue saw action for 90 minutes but could not prevent FC Cologne from getting hammered 6-1 away to Werder Bremen.

The game was Ehizibue’s 31st league outing for Cologne who ended in 14th on 36 points in the final standing and did not win any of their last 10 games (four draws and six defeats).

And in another final day fixture, Noah-Joel Sarenren-Bazee was on the losing side as Augsburg lost 2-1 at home to RB Leipzig.

Sarenren-Bazee was brought on with five minutes left in the game which was his ninth appearance in the Bundesliga scoring one goal.

Augsburg will feature in the German top flight next season after finishing 15th on 36 points despite failing to win their last three games.

Meanwhile, the final Champions League qualification spot – fourth position – went to Borussia Mönchengladbach who beat Hertha Berlin 2-1 to edge Bayer Leverkusen and end on 65 points.

Despite their 1-0 away against Mainz, Leverkusen ended in fifth on  63 points and will be play in the Europa League next season.

Bayern Munich ended the campaign on 82 points and are followed by Borussia Dortmund on 69 points and Leipzig in third place on 66 points.

By James Agberebi 

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