Bayern secure historic Treble
A Bayern Munich fan outlines his hopes before their DFB-Pokal showdown with Stuttgart
Bayern and Stuttgart were led out in Berlin final by World Kickboxing champion Christine Theiss.
Philipp Lahm was brought down under the challenge of Ibrahima Traore as Bayern were awarded a first-half penalty.
Thomas Muller kept his cool to score from the spot to put Bayern 1-0 up.
Mario Gomez doubles Bayern Munich's lead with a simple tap-in their 3-2 win.
Mario Gomez was on target again to extend the lead over his former club to a seemingly unassailable 3-0.
Martin Harnik did his best to drag Stuttgart back into the game with a pair of late goals.
But Jupp Heynckes' side held on to win 3-2 and become only the seventh European team to win a Treble of league, cup and Champions League.
Bayern Munich celebrate winning the Treble with their 16th DFB-Pokal trophy.
Jose Mourinho oversaw his last Real Madrid game against Osasuna at the Bernabeu.
While Mourinho was celebrated by some, others were not so keen on the outgoing boss. This banner reads 'good riddance'.
Madrid ran out 4-2 winners with Michael Essien, who could be reunited with Mourinho at Chelsea, among the scorers.
Victor Valdes was kept on the bench for what could be his final game for Barcelona, at home to Malaga.
David Villa set Barcelona on their way to a comfortable 4-0 victory at Camp Nou.
Cesc Fabregas scored a fine solo effort as Barcelona racked up 100 La Liga points to equal Real Madrid's record.
Sevilla player Alvaro Negredo's four-goal haul buried Valencia's Champions League hopes.
Antoine Griezmann's goal sent Real Sociedad into the UCL, while relegating Deportivo