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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Mario Gomez equaliser saves Bayern Munich against Werder Bremen

Bayern Munich needed a second-half goal from the Bundesliga's most expensive signing, Mario Gomez, to salvage a 1–1 draw at home to Werder Bremen. After falling behind six minutes before the break when Mesut Ozil fired home a cross from Aaron Hunt in the box, Gomez came to the rescue with less than 20 minutes remaining.

However, Werder then struck against the run of play. Ozil gave keeper Michael Rensing no chance when he notched his second goal in as many matches. But with Ribery on for his first appearance of theseason dGomez levelled in the 72nd minute, beating Wiese from five metres.

Former Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins scored his first Bundesliga goal as Wolfsburg continued their impressive start to the new campaign. The defending champions came back from being a goal behind to beat Cologne 3-1 with last season's 26-goal hitman Edin Dzeko also on target.

If scoring goals was not a problem last season, it appears to be even easier this term with Martins strengthening what was already a record-breaking attack. Wolfsburg now have maximum points from their opening two fixtures and have won 16 of their past 18 Bundesliga matches.

Borussia Moenchengladbach moved up to third thanks to victory against Hertha Berlin in their first home game of the season. Roel Brouwers put Gladbach ahead against the run of play in the 23rd minute before Karim Matmour added a second in the 52nd. Gojko Kacar reduced the arrears immediately, but he then missed a golden opportunity to equalise as he struck the woodwork in the dying seconds.

In the opening 12 minutes, Hamburg SV struck three times and conceded one against Borussia Dortmund, before grabbing another in the second half to win 4–1. Defender Guy Demel gave the hosts the lead in the third minute with a tap-in before Dortmund levelled through Nelson Valdez only 62 seconds later.

Brazilian Ze Roberto put Hamburg ahead on the rebound after his first effort rattled the post seven minutes later and striker Paolo Guerrero made it 3–1 from just inside the box in the 12th. Swede Marcus Berg completed the rout 18 minutes from time.

VfB Stuttgart also scored four times as they beat Freiburg 4–2 with new signing Pavel Pogrebnyak scoring the first goal and winning the penalty that led to the secon

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