Berlin - SpVgg Greuther Fürth came from behind to beat 1. FC Union Berlin in a six-goal thriller, reclaiming top spot in Bundesliga 2 with a 4-2 win in the German capital.

Benjamin Köhler capitalised on some haphazard defending to give Union the lead before the break, but after Goran Sukalo equalised seven minutes into the second half Fürth soon began to get into their groove. The visitors took the lead for the first time in the match on the hour mark when Tom Weilandt escaped the attention of the home defence to fire home Florian Trink's through ball.

Zoltán Stieber made it 3-1 just five minutes later, before Simon Terodde pulled a goal back for Union with minutes left on the clock. However, Stieber then grabbed his second of the game in injury time to avoid any late drama, sending Fürth back to the top of the Bundesliga 2 table.