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Robert Lewandowski helps Dortmund win

Robert Lewandowski scored a brace as Borussia Dortmund bounced back from its midweek cup loss to Bayern Munich with a 3-1 Bundesliga victory over Hannover.

The Polish striker, who turned down the offer of a new contract earlier this week, struck twice in the opening 21 minutes to put the home side in charge.

Lewandowski was not supposed to play Saturday until the last game of his three-game ban was overturned on appeal a day earlier.

Mohammed Abdellaoue pulled a goal back for Hannover in the 40th minute, but Julian Schieber made it 3-1 midway through the second half as Dortmund got back to winning ways.

Second-placed Dortmund remains a point ahead of Bayer Leverkusen, which snatched a late 2-1 win over Stuttgart.

Vedad Ibisevic's penalty had put the Swabians ahead in the 12th minute, but a penalty from Stefan Kiessling brought Leverkusen back on level terms 10 minutes from the end, before Lars Bender completed the turnaround.

Basement side Greuther Furth shared a 1-1 draw with Hamburg, though the point does little to help its desperate fight against relegation.

Furth took the lead in the 14th minute through Nikola Djurdjic, but Maximilian Beister equalized for Hamburg in the 22nd minute.

Augsburg moved within six points of safety following a 1-0 win at Werder Bremen, courtesy of Tobias Werner's 29th-minute strike.

Julian Draxler scored two goals and set up a third as Schalke beat Wolfsburg 4-1.

Draxler's first goal in the 33rd minute was canceled out by Ivica Olic early in the second half, but American midfielder Jermaine Jones fed Draxler to score the go-ahead goal after 63 minutes, with Jefferson Farfan and Klaas Jan Huntelaar adding gloss to the scoreline.

Jonathan Schmid's late goal gave Freiburg a 1-1 draw at Nurnberg, which had taken the lead through Timmy Simons' first-half penalty.

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