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Leverkusen moved second in the Bundesliga standings following a 4-2 victory over Hamburg, while Bayern hammered St Pauli.

Hamburg 2-4 Bayer Leverkusen

Former Hamburg winger Sidney Sam came back to haunt his old club as he scored the opening goal in a thrilling 4-2 win for Bayer Leverkusen at the Imtech Arena. Despite Arturo Vidal equalising with an own goal, the Chilean restored Bayer's lead before Renato Augusto's excellent double strike killed die Rothosen off. Eljero Elia netted a late consolation goal but there was to be no denying Jupp Heynckes' side the three points.


Bayern Munich 3-0 St Pauli

Bayern maintained their excellent home form with a 3-0 victory against St Pauli. Hamit Altintop produced a sensational finish on 16 minutes to put the hosts ahead, but the second goal did not come until late in the game. After both sides spurned a number of good opportunities, Philipp Lahm netted a 72nd minute penalty after St Pauli goalkeeper Thomas Kessler was sent off for a foul on Thomas Mueller. Franck Ribery made it 3-0 in the 79th with a breakaway goal,

Kaiserslautern 0-0 Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg were held to a fifth consecutive draw in the hostile Fritz-Walter-Stadion. The visitors were better in possession, but Kaiserslautern created chance after chance, and were very unlucky not to take all three points. For all their opportunities, the hosts only forced two saves from Diego Benaglio, and had to settle for a draw.

Hoffenheim 1-1 Nuernberg

Hoffenheim and Nuernberg shared the spoils in a rather evenly played match. Marvin Compper's 55th minute header put the hosts ahead, but Nuernberg drew level three minutes from full time as Christian Eigler finished following an intricate passing sequence.

Koeln 1-0 Eintracht Frankfurt

Koeln earned a rare victory over Ricardo Clrak's Eintracht Frankfurt side despite seeing very little of the ball. The hosts earned three points through youngster Christian Clemens, who finished well on 56 minutes. Frankfurt pressed for a late equaliser, but were unable to draw level before the final whistle.

Borussia Dortmund - Werder Bremen

Match to kick off at 18:30 CET.

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