Bundesliga Results: 7th-9th March 2014

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Schalke blew their chance to close the gap on leaders Dortmund, going down to a solitary first-half strike from Christian Vander, meaning that BVB’s 3-1 win over Hamburg on Friday night gives them an eight-point gap at the top of the table.

Bayern Munich have stretched their unbeaten run to 10 Bundesliga matches, despite being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Borussia Mönchengladbach who scrambled home a late equaliser after being on the back-foot most of the evening. Mainz and Werder Bremen are on 6-match unbeaten runs after positive results on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Freiburg recorded their first win in five with a 1-0 victory at struggling Fürth, while Nürnberg haven’t won in five matches after they went down 0-2 at VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday afternoon. Stefan Kießling scored his 22nd and 23rd goals of the season in Bayer Leverkusen’s 3-1 win over Hannover.

There are no midweek fixtures, but every top-flight side is in action next weekend with the stand-out match being Schalke v. Wolfsburg on Saturday evening.

FRIDAY 7TH MARCH

         DORTMUND 3-1 HAMBURG
          Reus 27     Rudnevs 19
       Santana 40
   Lewandowski 82
   (Praet s/o 64)

SATURDAY 8TH MARCH

    BAYERN MUNICH 1-1 MONCHENGLADBACH
        Müller 79     Dominguez 88

           BOCHUM 2-4 STUTTGART
     Toski 26 pen     Tasci 5, 36
         Aydin 35     Kuzmanovic 14 pen
                      Ibisevic 31

       DUSSELDORF 2-4 MAINZ
 Bellinghausen 22     Szalai 29
         Nuhiu 60     Sliskovi 33, 74
          Bell 49

        FRANKFURT 1-0 SCHALKE
        Vander 30

            FURTH 0-1 FREIBURG
                      Freis 13

    WERDER BREMEN 1-1 KOLN
      Hartherz 83     Tae-Se 69

SUNDAY 9TH MARCH

       LEVERKUSEN 3-1 HANNOVER
  Kießling 11, 22     Sobiech 58

        WOLFSBURG 2-0 NURNBERG
      Olic 56, 84

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