Bundesliga Bundesliga 2


VfB Stuttgart are out to make it a unique clean sweep for the Bundesliga - seven clubs through to the knockout stages in Europe! FK Molde are the opponents... ...and the Norwegian side are here to make a game of it - VfB keeper Sven Ulreich clearing his lines on this occasion... ...but he is powerless to prevent Davy Claude Angan (r., against Maza) putting Molde in front just before the break As the contest progresses, it's turning out to be a frustrating evening for Martin Harnik and Co... ...and 1-0 to the visitors it finishes. But all's well that ends well, as Kobenhavn stumble against Steaua Bucuresti - and Stuttgart scrape through after all Borussia Mönchengladbach want to atone for a 4-2 home loss to Fenerbahce and Lucien Favre's <br> experimental line-up impress from the off, Peniel Mlapa going close here Youngster Toga Cigerci (l.) rises to the occasion admirably, curling in a great effort to put the Foals in front Veteran Mike Hanke doubles that advantage from the spot five minutes later and it's looking good for Gladbach Late in the second half, Luuk de Jong returns from injury with a bang, coming off the bench to round out an impressive 3-0 victory against the group winners Top place in Group L is at stake when Hannover 96 take on Levante on their Valencian home turf - and Lars Stindl gets the visitors off to just the right start... ...before Didier Ya Konan puts the men from Lower Saxony seemingly well in control with a classy lobbed finish Levante are not going to go down without a fight though and second-half goals from Angel (r., against Manuel Schmiedebach) <br> and Iborra - that one in added time- earn them a share of the spoils, but top place is Hannover's all the same Leverkusen are through and can't overtake Group K leaders Kharkikv, but that does nothing to <br> lessen the commitment - of either side - in the home meeting with Rosenborg BK Bayer's youngsters batte to finish the group stage on a winning note against the Euro-veterans from the far north... ...and they duly do so, courtesy of a 65th-minute goal from up-and-coming full back Julian Riedel
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