Jude Bellingham in tears after Borussia Dortmund miss out on the title on final day
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Borussia Dortmund had the fate of the season in their hands, and squandered their golden opportunity to get one over their Munich-based rivals.
Borussia Dortmund went into the final day of the season needing a win at home against Mainz, who had nothing to play for, to win the title regardless of Bayern Munich's result as they were two points clear.
Haller missed an early penalty, and Mainz scored two first-half goals through Andreas Hanche-Olsen and Karim Onisiwo to take the lead.
Dortmund fought back, with Guerreiro getting the first, but they only managed to score an equaliser when it was too late, as Bayern had won their game, winning the league on goal difference - their eleventh in a row.
Dortmund were knocking on the door all game, but couldn't seem to get the ball in the back of the net when it mattered.
Bellingham was ruled out for the game, as he has been nursing a knee injury which also kept him out of last week's 3-0 win over Augsburg.
The 19-year-old was seen on the sidelines handing water bottles out to his team-mates during the game, but was on the pitch grieving with team-mates at full-time.
Bellingham was in tears, as were several Dortmund fans, as the side threw away the chance to win the league for the first time since 2012.
The midfielder then was not in the mood for a camera to be shoved in his face, as he shoved away a camera that was filming him, clearly showing his frustration.
Football fans were quick to make fun of him on social media, with one saying: "He memorised the Gerrard script" - in reference to Steven Gerrard pushing the camera away in 2014 when Liverpool lost the Premier League title having been in pole position.
Continuing with the Liverpool comparisons, a fan tweeted: "Losing the title to your closet rival by one point on the last day of the season followed by crying and pushing the camera? This man was made for Liverpool."
Another said: "Brother taking practise to continue the gene at Madrid. You aren't winning anything in Spain either"
One fan simply said: "The lights were too bright."