Bundesliga Review: Matchday Ten

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The champions took a battering at Düsseldorf, who were rampant in a six-nil win over Dortmund at the Esprit Arena on Saturday. Nando Rafael was one of three players to hit a hat-trick over the weekend as the hosts extend their unbeaten start into the fourth month of the season.

Pierre-Michel Lasogga hit a seven-minute hat-trick to fire Hertha three-up at home to Bayern, before last season’s runners-up pulled it back to 3-2. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has scores 23 goals for club and country so far this season, and he added three in Schalke’s 4-0 win over Hamburg who stay top on goal difference.

Werder Bremen outplayed their visitors, but it was Augsburg who stole the points with an Edu brace late in the second-half condemning Leo Beenhakker to the job centre. In a press-conference, Augsburg manager Marco Kurz inadvertently suggested he’d be interested in the vacancy, with predictable reactions from his club’s fanbase.

  EINTRACHT FRANKFURT  2-3  TSG HOFFENHEIM
               Inui 2       Eren Derdiyok 71, 79, 90+1

   FORTUNA DÜSSELDORF  6-0  BORUSSIA DORTMUND
    Rafael 11, 38, 72
             Risse 15
     van den Bergh 34
      Hummels (og) 77

             HANNOVER  3-0  NÜRNBERG
           Sobiech 28
         Bancé 44, 69

        HERTHA BERLIN  3-2  BAYERN MUNICH
    Lasogga 7, 10, 14       Boateng 19
                            Piszczek 66

          SC FREIBURG  1-1  FSV MAINZ
         Sorg (og) 83       Malli 88
                            (Baumgartlinger s/o 66)

              SCHALKE  4-0  HAMBURGER SV
             Farfán 8
 Huntelaar 34, 64, 65

            STUTTGART  1-2  BAYER LEVERKUSEN
            Harnik 34       Kießling 8
                            Renato Augusto 62

        WERDER BREMEN  0-2  AUGSBURG
                            Edu 69, 83

            WOLFSBURG  1-1  BORUSSIA MONCHENGLADBACH
               Sio 24       Petersen 2

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