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Stuttgart sink struggling Braunschweig

Published: Sunday 29 September 2013, 20.13CET
VfB Stuttgart moved up to sixth in the Bundesliga with a 4-0 success at bottom club TSV Eintracht Braunschweig, after SV Werder Bremen and 1. FC Nürnberg shared six goals.
Stuttgart sink struggling Braunschweig
Alexandru Maxim and Vedad Ibišević both scored for Stuttgart ©Getty Images
Published: Sunday 29 September 2013, 20.13CET

Stuttgart sink struggling Braunschweig

VfB Stuttgart moved up to sixth in the Bundesliga with a 4-0 success at bottom club TSV Eintracht Braunschweig, after SV Werder Bremen and 1. FC Nürnberg shared six goals.

VfB Stuttgart lifted themselves up to sixth in the Bundesliga with their third win of the season by triumphing 4-0 at TSV Eintracht Braunschweig, after SV Werder Bremen and 1. FC Nürnberg shared out six goals.

Beaten in their first three Bundesliga fixtures and knocked out of the German Cup by SC Freiburg in midweek, Stuttgart went in 1-0 up at half-time against bottom side Braunschweig following Vedad Ibišević's opener. Alexandru Maxim doubled the advantage five minutes into the second half and the visitors added gloss to the win with late efforts from Ibrahima Traoré and Martin Harnik.

Stuttgart now sit ahead of Bremen on goal difference, after Robin Dutt's side let 2-0 and 3-2 leads slip at home to 1. FC Nürnberg. Berkay Dabanli's own goal put the hosts in front after eight minutes and Eljero Elia added a second, only for Hiroshi Kiyotake and Josip Drmic to pull Nürnberg level early in the second period. Elia promptly restored Bremen's lead, but Adam Hloušek mustered another equaliser with 20 minutes remaining.

Last updated: 29/09/13 20.14CET

Results

German Bundesliga 2013/14

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 01/10/2013 20:59 CET

29/09/2013

BraunschweigBraunschweig0-4StuttgartStuttgart

Ibišević 40, Maxim 50, Traoré 76, Harnik 86

Venue: Braunschweig

29/09/2013

BremenBremen3-3NürnbergNürnberg

Dabanli 8 (og), Elia 34, 66

Kiyotake 44, Drmic 53, Hloušek 70

Venue: Bremen

28/09/2013

Eintracht FrankfurtEintracht Frankfurt2-2HamburgHamburg

Flum 31, Russ 54

Lasogga 45+3, Jansen 86

Venue: Frankfurt am Main

28/09/2013

HoffenheimHoffenheim3-3SchalkeSchalke

Modeste 16, Barbosa de Oliveira 48 (P), Abraham 61

Boateng 3, Matip 13, Höger 40

Venue: Sinsheim

28/09/2013

LeverkusenLeverkusen2-0HannoverHannover

Rolfes 23, Sam 37

Venue: Leverkusen

28/09/2013

DortmundDortmund5-0FreiburgFreiburg

Reus 35, 45+2 (P), Lewandowski 58, 70, Błaszczykowski 79

Venue: Dortmund

28/09/2013

BayernBayern1-0WolfsburgWolfsburg

T. Müller 63

Venue: München

28/09/2013

HerthaHertha3-1MainzMainz

Allagui 48, 73, Ben-Hatira 74

N. Müller 7

Venue: Berlin

27/09/2013

AugsburgAugsburg2-2MönchengladbachMönchengladbach

Hahn 27, Milik 88

Kruse 33, Hrgota 71

Venue: Augsburg

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