Andy Gogia completed his second 90 minutes since returning from injury as Dynamo Dresden fell to a fourth defeat in five 2.Bundesliga matches on Friday night. Dynamo have seen their promotion hopes extinguished in recent weeks and they were consigned to another defeat at home to 1860 Munich this weekend thanks to two goals in three minutes either side of half-time. Danish striker Christian Gytkjær fired 1860 into the lead just before the break with a low shot from 12 yards and Levent Ayçiçek broke clear to double the visitors advantage a minute after the restart. Marco Hartmann pulled one back in injury-time for Dresden who remain fifth ahead of Sunday's trip to Karlsruher SC.
Also in Germany, Jan Holldack played 85 minutes as SV Wuppertaler ended a run of eight straight defeats after a goalless draw at SC Wiedenbrück on Saturday. SVW had the better of the game, Jan in particular coming close on a couple of occasions, but couldn't find a path to goal. The point means SVW stay in 11th place with Bonner SC the visitors to the Stadium Am Zoo on Saturday for their final home game of the season.
With safety secured, Emmanuel Onariase was left out by Gary Johnson for the first time during his time at Cheltenham Town as The Robins were beaten 6-1 away at Portsmouth to hand Pompey the Sky Bet League Two title on Saturday evening. Former Bee Daniel O'Shaughnessy put into his own net as the hosts led 1-0 at the break. Kyle Bennett, Kal Naismith, Jamal Lowe, and Gary Roberts all netted in a 13-minute second-half spell before James Dayton salvaged some pride for The Robins. However, Naismith had the final say adding a sixth, six minutes from time, to confirm the title for Portsmouth and a 21st placed finish for Cheltenham. In total, Manny made 23 appearances while with The Robins, scoring his first professional goal against Notts County in February.