Andy Gogia helped Dynamo Dresden record their best league finish in more than 20 years after they rounded off their 2.Bundesliga season with a 1-1 draw at home to Arminia Bielefeld on Sunday.
In front of more than 30,000 fans, a season record, the hosts took the lead as Jannik Muller headed home on the hour. However, Julian Börner levelled for the relegation threatened visitors with six minutes to play and that was how it finished. The point saw Dynamo break the 50 point barrier in finishing fifth and ensured that Bielefeld beat the drop. Despite missing nine games with an ankle injury, Andy finished as Dynamo’s second top scorer with ten goals from 22 league appearances, also adding two assists.
Jan Holldack missed out through suspension as Wuppertaler SV were beaten 4-2 away at Borussia Monchengladbach II as their season also came to an end this weekend. Without a win in nine, SVW took an early lead through Ali Can Ilbay but the hosts struck twice midway through the half to lead at the break. Kevin Hagemann made it 2-2 just after the restart but two goals in four minutes late on consigned SVW to an eighth defeat in ten matches to end the season in 11th. Following his switch in January, Jan made 12 appearances in the Regionalliga West, scoring three goals and contributing three assists in total.