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Newz Forum: SOCCER: German Bundesliga results 29/01/05

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posted on Jan, 29 2005 @ 01:17 PM
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Schalke missed the chance to go top of the Bundesliga table as they slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Kaiserslautern.
 

The title challengers failed to take their chances and were punished by second half goals from Ioannis Amanatidis and Stefan Blank - the latter from the penalty spot.


Late goals from Marek Mintal and Markus Schroth gave Nurnberg a surprise win against third-placed Stuttgart. Sven Muller and Schroth had put Nurnberg 2-0 up early on but Stuttgart equalised through Fernando Meira and Imre Szabics before the visitors' late flurry.


In-form Bayer Leverkusen reinforced their European intentions with a 4-0 demolition of Bochum. Jacek Krzynowek, Andrej Voronin, Robson Ponte and Paul Freier were the goal scorers.


A goal either side of half-time was enough to seal three points for Hamburg at home to Mainz. Sergej Barbarez put the hosts ahead in the 32nd minute before Mainz levelled eight minutes later through a Benjamin Auer header. Hamburg made sure of victory 10 minutes from time through substitute Benny Lauth.


Daniel Stendel scored the only goal of the game on the half-hour mark to give Hannover all three points at struggling Arminia Bielefeld.


It was honours even in the battle of the Borussias, although a point did little to help either Dortmund or Monchengladbach in their respective battles against the drop. Jan Koller grabbed the opening goal after 29 minutes but Peer Kluge scored a deserved equaliser for Gladbach four minutes after half-time.


Freiburg registered only their third win of the season to lift them off the foot of the table as Wolfsburg suffered a setback in their title challenge. Zlatan Bajramovic grabbed the only goal of the game shortly after the interval while Wolfsburg's Kevin Hofland was sent off seven minutes from time.

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