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Bayern Munich have continued their unbeaten run in the Bundesliga with a comfortable 5-0 win over Fortuna Dusseldorf.

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Mario Mandzukic and Luis Gustavo Dias gave Bayern a 2-0 lead at half time and the league leaders made it eight from eight with Thomas Muller netting a brace and Rafinha sealing the 5-0 romp.

Eintracht Frankfurt continue to put pressure on Bayern with a 3-1 win at home to Hannover.

Karim Matmour and Sebastian Jung gave Eintracht a 2-0 lead inside 18 minutes before Mohammed Abdellaoue pulled one back for Hannover before the break. But an 81st minute strike from Alexander Meier sealed the victory for the hosts who remain five points behind Bayern.

Schalke gave themselves breathing space in third place, holding off a fast-finishing Borussia Dortmund side and sealing the match with a 2-1 win.

Ibrahim Afellay and Marco Hoger scored early on in both halves, making Robert Lewandowski's 55th minute strike a consolation.

Bayer Leverkusen stole a point from the visiting Mainz with a late Gonzalo Castro goal giving the home side a hard-fought 2-2 draw.

Stefan Kiessling opened the scoring for Leverkusen before half-time, but Adam Szalai and Marcel Risse gave Mainz a 2-1 lead. They looked certain to grab three points before Castro ensure Bayer remain in fifth place.

Elsewhere, Freiburg were the big movers of the day with a 2-0 defeat of Wolfsburg moving them up to seventh place.

Julian Schuster sealed the result for Freiburg after Daniel Caligiuri slotted home a first half penalty.

In the late game, Werder Bremen won the battle of the current under-achievers, defeating Borussia Monchengladbach 4-0 at the Weser Stadion.

Nils Petersen and Marko Arnautovic put Thomas Schaaf's men on the way to three points with goals just before half-time and Niclas Fullkrug and Zlatko Junuzovic wrapped up the win late in the second half. Gladbach were unable to find any answers as they fell to their third defeat of the season to remain 12th in the table.


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