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Wolfsburg rescue late draw; Salomon Kalou penalty grabs point for Hertha

Felix Uduokhai celebrates his dramatic leveller for Wolfsburg.

Wolfsburg grabbed an injury-time equaliser as they drew 1-1 at home to Hoffenheim.

Felix Uduokhai headed home to give his side a fifth straight draw under manager Martin Schmidt after visiting keeper Oliver Baumann had stopped a Maximilian Arnold penalty, awarded for a foul on Liverpool loanee Divock Origi, before the break.

Hoffenheim made their breakthrough from the spot after half-time, Kerem Demirbay converting -- but they were unable to hold on for three points as Uduokhai headed home from a corner.

Salomon Kalou scored one penalty and missed another as Hertha Berlin drew 1-1 at Freiburg.

Kalou converted 10 minutes from time after Davie Selke had been brought down, having fired another penalty over the bar just three minutes earlier.

The struggling hosts, searching for just a second win of the season, had led in the 52nd minute with a penalty of their own, Janik Haberer scoring after Niklas Stark's foul on Christian Gunter.

Cologne and Werder Bremen, the bottom two sides in the Bundesliga, fought out a 0-0 draw.

The home side suffered a setback before kick-off when Claudio Pizarro, once a Bremen star, suffered an injury and was replaced by Sehrou Guirassy.

Guirassy went close with a header and a strike from distance before Zlatko Junuzovic headed wide for Bremen, who almost snatched a last-minute winner when a Thomas Delaney effort was cleared off the line.

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