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Kiessling ends goal drought

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Bayer Leverkusen climbed above Hannover and up to fourth in the Bundesliga with a 3-1 win at the Niedersachsenstadion.

Stefan Kiessling ended his goal drought by scoring the opener before Son Heung-min doubled Leverkusen's lead.

Ceyhun Gulselam pulled a goal back for the Reds, but Karim Bellarabi ensured Roger Schmidt's men claimed all three points and a confidence boost ahead of their Champions League clash with Monaco in midweek.

Buoyed by three consecutive wins without conceding, and by a strong...

6 days ago

Pierre Hojbjerg considering Bayern Munich future, linked with Hannover

Former Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes believes the German champions are primed for a period of dominance in both domestic, and European football.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has made two Bundesliga starts this season.

Hannover have confirmed their interest in Bayern Munich midfielder Pierre Hojbjerg.

Hojbjerg, 19, has also hinted at a winter transfer away from Bayern in order to finally kick off his Bundesliga career.

Despite being rated by head coach Pep Guardiola, the Denmark international has struggled for regular first-team football since the appointment of the former Barcelona coach.

Last season, Hojbjerg made nine appearances for Bayern, including a solid performance as a starter in the DFB Pokal final...

Nov 7, 2014

Hannover punish Hertha Berlin to rise to fifth in Bundesliga

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Jimmy Briand (L) of Hannover scores the first goal
Jimmy Briand (L) of Hannover scores the first goal

Hertha Berlin fell to their third straight defeat as Hannover rose to fifth with a 2-0 win in the capital.

Jimmy Briand and Hiroshi Kiyotake scored the goals as Tayfun Korkut's men won for the third game in a row to go into the international break assured of their place in the top six of the Bundesliga.

Berlin, on the other hand, could drop into the bottom three if results elsewhere do not go their way this weekend.

Hannover began with the confidence of a side who have won their last two games with...

Nov 1, 2014

Late own goal lifts Hannover

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Hannover needed a late own goal from Alexander Madlung to see off Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 at the Niedersachsenstadion and move into the top six of the Bundesliga on Saturday night.

Despite dominating possession from the outset, Hannover were unable to make their domination count.

Jimmy Briand was unfortunate to see his goal disallowed in the first half, but it did not matter in the end as Madlung obliged with an own-goal which gifted the Reds their second straight 1-0 win.

Hannover though they had crowned...

Oct 25, 2014

Dortmund's Bundesliga slump turns embarrassing in defeat to Hannover

Jurgen Klopp will surely find a way to pull Dortmund out of their misery, but how long will it take?

Slowly but surely it's starting to get embarrassing for Borussia Dortmund. They lost 1-0 to Hannover, a team that hardly ever scores points on the road, only won one game out of the last five and lost two wing-backs to injuries right before the game in a defence that was already troubled personnel-wise.

It was a game that BVB simply couldn't lose, or so you would think. Now the black and yellows have lost four Bundesliga games in a row and have cemented their image as a team that slumping opponents...