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Bayern Munich could wrap up a third straight Bundesliga title next weekend after second-placed Wolfsburg needed a late Kevin de Bruyne equaliser to seal Sunday's 1-1 draw against Schalke.FIFA Coins.

Pep Guardiola's Bayern finished the weekend 12 points clear after their 2-0 win at Hoffenheim and with five games left they could have their title confirmed with a home win over Hertha Berlin on Saturday if other results go their way.

At Wolfsburg's Volkswagen Arena, defender Ricardo Rodriguez hit the crossbar early in the second-half from a free-kick in the hosts' best clear chance. But Schalke took a spectacular lead against the run of play as Germany U-19 left winger Leroy Sane won the ball on the edge of his own area, then sprinted away before beating two Wolves defenders to fire home on 53 minutes.

Having also earlier gone close with a free-kick, Belgium international De Bruyne rescued the hosts when he hit the bottom right-hand corner from 20 metres out to claim his tenth Bundesliga goal of the season on 78 minutes. Wolfsburg could have snatched the three points at the death as France midfielder Joshua Guilavogui blasted a late volley over the bar.Buy FIFA Coins.

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