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Bayern march on, Hamburg win

Mario Mandzukic scored one and set up another as runaway leaders Bayern Munich increased their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 11 points with a 2-0 victory at Stuttgart.

Mandzukic gave Bayern the lead in the 50th minute before Thomas Muller (72) made it two.

Stuttgart played the final 10 minutes a man light after Martin Harnik was shown a second yellow card.

Bayern now have 48 points to lead comfortably from second-placed Bayer Leverkusen, who could only draw against Freiburg yesterday. Stuttgart stay on 25 points, four behind sixth-placed Schalke.

Dennis Aogo scored one and set up another as Hamburg beat nine-man Werder Bremen 3-2 to collect their first victory of 2013.

Assani Lukimya gave Bremen the lead after nine minutes before Heung-Min Son equalised in the 22nd minute.

Aogo pushed Hamburg ahead in the 46th and Artjoms Rudnevs made it 3-1 after 52 minutes.

Sokratis Papastathopoulos pulled a goal back for Bremen in the 54th minute before captain Clemens Fritz was sent off after receiving a second yellow in the 80th minute.

The visitors' numbers were further reduced in injury time as Marko Arnautovic also saw red.