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Petrić hits hat-trick as Hamburg crush Köln

Published: Saturday 19 March 2011, 18.43CET
Mladen Petrić scored a hat-trick as Hamburger SV hit 1. FC Köln for six, while Borussia Dortmund dropped points after missing a penalty and conceding late to draw with 1. FSV Mainz 05.
Petrić hits hat-trick as Hamburg crush Köln
Mladen Petrić completed a first-half hat-trick for Hamburg ©Getty Images
Published: Saturday 19 March 2011, 18.43CET

Petrić hits hat-trick as Hamburg crush Köln

Mladen Petrić scored a hat-trick as Hamburger SV hit 1. FC Köln for six, while Borussia Dortmund dropped points after missing a penalty and conceding late to draw with 1. FSV Mainz 05.

Hamburger SV may have been on the wrong end of a 6-0 scoreline last weekend but the Rothosen recovered from that humbling at FC Bayern München with six goals of their own against 1. FC Köln.

Mladen Petrić's first-half hat-trick and strikes by Änis Ben-Hatira (32), Gojko Kačar (52) and Zé Roberto (58) completed a resounding 6-2 success in Michael Oenning's first game in temporary charge. It takes Hamburg to within two points of sixth-placed 1. FC Nürnberg, beaten 3-1 by SV Werder Bremen.

Borussia Dortmund dropped points for the second successive match as Petar Slišković's equaliser (89) for 1. FSV Mainz 05 stunned the hosts, who lost to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim last weekend. To compound matters for the leaders Nuri Şahin had a penalty saved shortly after Mats Hummels's opener (8). Victory against FC Schalke 04 on Sunday will take Bayer 04 Leverkusen to within seven points of Dortmund.

After suffering UEFA Champions League heartbreak in midweek, Bayern returned to winning ways, but Louis van Gaal's men left it late to overcome SC Freiburg 2-1. Franck Ribéry hit the decisive goal (88) after Papiss Demba Cissé (17) had cancelled out Mario Gomez's 19th Bundesliga strike this term.

Hannover 96 are two points clear of the champions after Didier Ya Konan (38) and Mohammed Abdellaoue (53) helped the hosts overcome Hoffenheim 2-0, while FC St Paul's fifth successive league defeat – a 2-1 reverse at Eintracht Frankfurt – sucked the Hamburg-based outfit into the bottom three.

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DortmundDortmund1-1MainzMainz

Hummels 8

Slišković 89

Venue: Dortmund

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HamburgHamburg6-2KölnKöln

Ben-Hatira 32, Petrić 12, 38, 43, Kačar 52, Zé Roberto 58 (p)

Jajalo 50, Podolski 62

Venue: Hamburg

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NürnbergNürnberg1-3BremenBremen

Gündogan 30

Pizarro 50, Wagner 27 (p), 89 (p)

Venue: Nürnberg

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EintrachtEintracht2-1St PauliSt Pauli

Gekas 34 (p), 77

Takyi 42

Venue: Frankfurt am Main

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HannoverHannover2-0HoffenheimHoffenheim

Konan Ya 38, Abdellaoue 53

Venue: Hannover

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FreiburgFreiburg1-2BayernBayern

Cissé 17

Gomez 9, Ribéry 88

Venue: Freiburg

18/03/2011

MönchengladbachMönchengladbach0-1KaiserslauternKaiserslautern

Bailly 61 (o.g.)

Venue: Monchengladbach

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