Relegation-threatened Eintracht Frankfurt and VfB Stuttgart met at the Commerzbank Arena in Matchday 23's final game
Martin Harnik's (r.) fifth goal of the season gave the visitors a deserved lead after half an hour...
...leaving Eagles' coach Armin Veh with much to ponder as his side went into the break 1-0 behind
Frankfurt improved in the second half, however, and Jan Rosenthal's 80th-minute goal restored parity...
...before Alexander Meier's (2nd l.) late strike earned the Eagles all three points and extended Stuttgart's losing run to eight Bundesliga matches
Anthony Modeste (c.) was Hoffenheim's hero with two goals and an assist in a comfortable 6-2 win over Wolfsburg on Sunday evening
It was the Frenchman's first start since the end of November (Matchday 13), and he took his chance in style
Niklas Süle (l.) and Sejad Salihovic (r.) were also on target. The latter set up two goals before scoring his 25th Bundesliga penalty
Bas Dost (2nd r.) was on target for Wolfsburg, making it 1-1 in the 15th minute. That proved
Markis Gisdol celebrated a win which was also revenge for defeat to Wolfsburg in the DFB Cup, taking his side ten points clear of the relegation zone
Arjen Robben (l.) helped himself to a hat-trick as Bayern swept Schalke aside 5-1 at the Allianz Arena on Saturday evening.
David Alaba (2nd l.) got the Reds up and running after only three minutes with a deflected free-kick...
Robben (l.) then struck in typical fashion to double Bayern's lead before Schalke had even managed to cross the halfway line
Mario Mandzukic (c.) headed in a third for the dominant hosts...
...celebrating in his now traditional style
Robben (r.) then made it four in the 28th minute, leaving Schalke fearing yet another humiliating result after their midweek defeat to Real Madrid
It was not to be another 6-1, but Robben did make it five with a penalty. Kyriakos Papadopoulos (c.) was no longer on the field
It was a productive day for Borussia Dortmund's Nuri Sahin (front) as he sent in dangerous crosses
A free-kick from just six yards out saw the Nürnberg team packed on their own line, and they succeeded in blocking Robert Lewandowski's effort
Hiroshi Kiyotake (l.) and Marcel Schmelzer (r.) are seen here battling for the ball at the Signal Iduna Park
The ball is in the back of the net, and so are Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mats Hummels (r.) after the Dortmund defender put the hosts ahead
Lewandowski (c.), whose header led to the Hummels goal, got his own name on the scoresheet to make it 2-0...
...before Mkhitaryan (2nd r.) made it three for Dortmund, helping them rise to second in the Bundesliga after Matchday 23
Bayer 04 Leverkusen were looking to put an end to their losing streak against 1. FSV Mainz 05
However, Maxim Choupo-Moting's (r.) clever flick gave the visitors a first-half lead...
...giving Leverkusen coach Sami Hyypiä food for thought going into the break
It was a frustrating afternoon for the
...to the delight of the Mainz fans, who had travelled to the BayArena in their numbers on for the carnival
SV Werder Bremen hosted Hamburger SV in the 100th northern derby on Matchday 23
Mirko Slomka was looking to build on an impressive first game in charge, which saw HSV beat Borussia Dortmund 3-0
However, Zlatko Junuzovic (c.) gave the hosts a first-half lead at the Weser-Stadion
Tolgay Arslan (r.) and Co. fought hard to find a way back into the game, but the hosts continued to have the better of the chances
Although Bremen failed to add to Junuzovic's goal, Robin Dutt's men will be delighted with the narrow victory against their rivals
Eintracht Braunschweig hosted Borussia Mönchengladbach, who were without a win in 2014 going into this game
Torsten Lieberknecht, who signed a new contract with the Bundesliga strugglers on Friday, was keen for his team to make the most of Gladbach's fragile confidence
However, Raffael's (r.) corner deflected off home keeper Daniel Davari and into the net to give the Foals a deserved lead
Marc-Andre ter Stegen (2nd l.) let Filip Daems' (2nd r.) backpass slip under his right foot in the second half to gift Braunschweig an equaliser
Max Kruse hit the post late on, but both teams were forced to settle for a draw at the Eintracht-Stadion
FC Augsburg were up against Tayfun Korkut's Hannover 96 at the SGL Arena
Andre Hahn (r.), who received his first call-up to the Germany squad on Friday, was determined to add to his tally of ten league goals in 2013/14
However, Mame Diouf (l.) grabbed his eighth goal of the campaign to give the visitors the lead
Augsburg recovered, though, and Ragnar Klavan (r.) equalised for
Both teams worked hard in search of a winner, but Hannover will be happy to have put an end to their three-game losing run in the league
There was no separating Hertha Berlin and SC Freiburg on Friday evening as the two sides played out a hard-fought goalless draw that failed to produce a winner
With the hosts on top for the majority of the match, Thomas Kraft (l.) had very little to do, though the capital city did suffer a blow when Tolga Cigerci was forced of with a knee injury
Christian Streich had set his side up to pose a threat on the counter, but with time and space at a premium, often saw his charges foiled with Admir Mehmedi wasting two golden opportunities in front of goal (© Imago)
Berlin head coach Jos Luhukay (r.) did his best to mastermind a Hertha victory, yet his team couldn't produce the crucial pass in the final third...
...and though Oliver Baumann (r.) was forced into three strong saves with Adrian Ramos and Co. chancing their arm from distance, it wasn't enough for the hosts to collect their first home win of 2014