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Whittaker: Deserved win at Man City

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Feb 12, 2012

Guerrero late show fires Hamburg

Paolo Guerrero grabbed a late winner as Hamburg pulled further clear of relegation trouble with a 1-0 victory at Cologne.

• Skibbe sacked by Hertha

Guerrero finished neatly, clipping the ball over home goalkeeper Michael Rensing with two minutes to go after latching on to Mladen Petric's pass.

Tenth-placed Hamburg remain upwardly mobile under new coach Thorsten Fink, moving above Cologne who are six points above the bottom three.

Augsburg and Nurnberg played out a goalless draw in a Bavarian derby - a result which hardly helps either side in their respective battles against the drop.

The fear of losing appeared to outweigh the ambition of winning as both sides settled for a point in a cagey encounter, despite a late flurry of chances.

Augsburg created the better opportunities, but were unable to warm up their fans with an all-important goal as the point leaves them inside the bottom two.

Nurnberg managed to pull a point further clear of Hertha Berlin, but the relegation zone lurks just four points below them.

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