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Dortmund in command, Schalke shocked

Published: Saturday 27 November 2010, 22.00CET
There were goals galore in the Bundesliga where Borussia Dortmund restored their seven-point league lead as one of three sides to score four, while FC Schalke 04 were routed 5-0.
Dortmund in command, Schalke shocked
Shinji Kagawa is mobbed after giving Borussia Dortmund the lead against Borussia Mönchengladbach ©Getty Images
Published: Saturday 27 November 2010, 22.00CET

Dortmund in command, Schalke shocked

There were goals galore in the Bundesliga where Borussia Dortmund restored their seven-point league lead as one of three sides to score four, while FC Schalke 04 were routed 5-0.

Borussia Dortmund completed a 4-1 victory against VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach to restore their seven-point lead atop the Bundesliga in some style.

Though Marco Reus's opener (33) gave Jürgen Klopp's men food for thought, Neven Subotić (45), Shinji Kagawa (52), Kevin Grosskreutz (76) and Marco Barrios (88) sealed their side's 12th win in 13 matches. There were also four goals in Munich as FC Bayern München ran out 4-1 winners against Eintracht Frankfurt to move fifth thanks to goals by Anatoliy Timoshchuk (29, 88), Thomas Müller (59) and Mario Gomez (61).

Bayern are two points behind Hannover 96, who completed a 3-0 success against SC Freiburg, and three adrift of Bayer 04 Leverkusen, who were denied a win against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim by Gylfi Thor Sigurdsson's added-time penalty. Leverkusen lie four points adrift of second-placed Mainz, who won 3-0 against 1. FC Nürnberg on Friday.

FC Schalke 04's league woes continued with an emphatic 5-0 humbling by 1. FC Kaiserslautern. Srdjan Lakić (8, 56), Martin Amedick (39), Ivo Iličević (76) and Jan Moravek left Felix Magath's men hovering two points above third-bottom VfB Stuttgart, who lost 4-2 against Hamburger SV, after goalscorer Ciprian Marica received a 16th-minute dismissal.

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German Bundesliga 2010/11

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Last updated: 27/11/2012 07:35 CET

24/11/2012

BayernBayern5-0HannoverHannover

Javi Martínez 3, Kroos 24, Ribéry 37, Dante 63, Gomez 67

Venue: München

24/11/2012

SchalkeSchalke1-1EintrachtEintracht

Huntelaar 11

Aigner 13

Venue: Gelsenkirchen

24/11/2012

WolfsburgWolfsburg1-1BremenBremen

Dost 64

Arnautović 35

Venue: Wolfsburg

24/11/2012

MainzMainz1-2DortmundDortmund

Caligiuri 4

Reus 11, Lewandowski 11, 43

Venue: Mainz

24/11/2012

FürthFürth0-0NürnbergNürnberg

Venue: Furth

23/11/2012

DüsseldorfDüsseldorf2-0HamburgHamburg

Kruse 45+2, Reisinger 63

Venue: Dusseldorf

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