Bayern reinforce lead as Robben, Ribery return

BERLIN: Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben came back to activity on Saturday as Bayern Munich stacked weight on Bundesliga title rivals Borussia Dortmund with a 3-1 prevail upon Hannover.

The veteran wingers, both of whom are set to leave Bayern toward the finish of the period, came back from damage as Bayern made overwhelming climate of a pivotal triumph over the Bundesliga's base club.

Robben showed up since November while Ribery scored what might be his last ever objective at the Allianz Field to seal a 3-1 win and put Bayern five clear of title rivals Borussia Dortmund with a diversion close by.

Hannover kept Bayern under control for about 30 minutes before Lewandowski headed the hosts ahead from short proximity and Leon Goretzka twisted the second in off the post.

The guests hit back after half-time with a Jonathas punishment, the consequence of a profoundly dubious handball choice from VAR against Jerome Boateng.

Ribery verified the success a little ways from time, and the home fans had more motivation to cheer a couple of minutes from time when Robben was expedited minutes after the fact.

Borussia Moenchengladbach and Hoffenheim both faltered in the race for the main four, as they shared the focuses in a 2-2 draw.

Matthias Ginter counterbalanced Pavel Kaderabek's opener, before Nadiem Amiri reestablished the lead with a fine volley. However Josip Drmic spared Gladbach's Heroes Class trusts with a late equalizer.

At the base of the table, assignment lingers ever bigger for Nuremberg, after objectives from Felix Klaus and Marcel Tisserand saw them lose 2-0 in Wolfsburg.

They and Hannover were saved transfer for in any event one more week, be that as it may, as Hertha Berlin won 3-1 at home to Stuttgart, who stay in the assignment play-off spot.

Vedad Ibisevic finished a 395-minute objective dry spell for Hertha when he pushed them ahead on 40 minutes. Objectives from Ondrej Duda and Salomon Kalou fixed the success for Hertha, in spite of a late encouragement header from Mario Gomez.

On Friday, RB Leipzig let a two-objective lead disappear in the second half to draw 3-3 at Mainz.

Jean-Philippe Mateta adjusted late for Mainz, who battled back after Timo Werner made it 3-1 with his 50th class objective for Leipzig in the 49th moment.

Werner helped on both first-half objectives by Lukas Klostermann before Karim Onisiwo pulled one, harking back to the 43rd moment for Mainz.

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