Javairo Dilrosun and Krzysztof Piatek each scored as Hertha Berlin continued their unbeaten run under new coach Bruno Labbadia, beating FC Augsburg 2-0 at an empty Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
Dilrosun scored midway through the first half and Piatek added a second in stoppage time at the end of the game to see Hertha pick up a 10th point out of a possible 12 since the resumption of the German league after the coronavirus lockdown.
Augsburg and bottom club Paderborn played out a 0-0 draw in their Bundesliga relegation battle on Wednesday despite a string of good chances for both sides, with six games left in the season.
In Augsburg's 300th Bundesliga game, the hosts secured a valuable point that kept them 12th on 31 points but Paderborn, who hit the woodwork, remained anchored in last place on 19 despite a strong first half.
They are now without...