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Bayern Munich snatched their 11th consecutive Bundesliga title in dramatic fashion with a final-day 2-1 win at Cologne courtesy of Jamal Musiala’s 89th-minute goal, prising the trophy from the hands of their rivals Borussia Dortmund. The success was followed by the almost immediate announcement that Oliver Kahn, the club’s CEO, who was not in Cologne, and Hasan Salihamidzic, their sporting director, would leave the club.

Dortmund had gone into the last game of the season in top spot but stumbled to a 2-2 draw against Mainz, allowing Bayern to squeeze past them in the tightest league race in years.

In a climactic season finale, Bayern were celebrating what ended up being an unexpected title win while Dortmund’s dreams of their first league trophy since 2012 were left in tatters as they found themselves trailing Mainz 2-0 early on before battling back – but they needed victory to become champions. Bayern finished on 71 points, ahead on goal difference. Leipzig and Union Berlin finished third and fourth respectively and will also compete in the Champions League next season. Hertha Berlin and Schalke were relegated, while Stuttgart will go into the relegation playoff.

“It is unbelievable that I experience such a title race,” said Thomas Müller, who celebrated a record 12th Bundesliga title. “We conceded an equaliser just as we have done the entire season and then Musiala drills in the winner. That makes you crazy.

“People interested in football have the feeling that we do not deserve this and I clearly say I understand that because of the second half of the season being so chaotic for us. But it is still an unbelievable moment. Crazy, electric. I hoped it would happen but did not think it would.”

While the title win rescues some silverware in what has been a frustrating season for Bayern, news emerged shortly after the final whistle that Jan-Christian Dreesen, the current CFO and vice-chairman, is set to become the new CEO. The search for Salihamidzic’s replacement has begun. “This was decided by the club’s supervisory board,” read a club statement.

Jamal Musiala celebrates the decisive goal against Cologne. Photograph: Thilo Schmülgen/Reuters

Thomas Tuchel, the club’s manager, said in a post-match interview with Sky Germany of the backroom changes: “I have been informed yesterday. They convinced me to join Bayern. We have won the title. Now we have the next political topic.”

A tweet from Kahn’s account read: “I would like to celebrate with you, but unfortunately I can’t be with you today because I was forbidden.”

The surprise sacking of Julian Nagelsmann in late March and the arrival of Tuchel did not bring success, with the team crashing out of the German Cup and the Champions League last eight.

The Bavarians needed a win against Cologne and Kingsley Coman settled their nerves early on, putting them into the lead with a superbly curled shot into the top corner. With Dortmund behind in the first half, Bayern knew they were now in front and controlled the first half without risking too much. Leroy Sané did slot in just before the break but his effort did not count following a VAR review for handball.

With Bayern club bosses, including Salihamidzic, nervously checking their phones for the score in Dortmund, Cologne earned an 80th-minute penalty and Dejan Ljubicic sent the keeper the wrong way to level.

Sané thought he had missed the chance to hand his team the title when he failed to beat the Cologne keeper in the 88th minute, but Musiala did it perfectly a minute later, curling in a low drive to end a rollercoaster season.