Borussia Dortmund went down 2-0 to Eintracht Frankfurt to conclude Matchday 13, their eighth defeat of the season.
...the league's top scorer Alexander Meier (r.) put the Eagles a goal to the good in the fifth minute after a long ball wasn't cleared properly...
...and although BVB were dominant, their attempt to hit back took a turn for the worse when Lukasz Piszczek (r.) was taken off injured in the 38th minute
Aubameyang (l.) enjoyed plenty of second-half chances to equalise...
...but it was Frankfurt's Haris Seferovic who made the most of his opportunity in the 78th minute to make it 2-0 and keep Dortmund bottom of the table
Sunday's action began at the Volkswagen Arena and it was VfL Wolfsburg that wore the smiles after Robin Knoche's winner against Borussia Mönchengladbach
The defender (l.), recently called up to the Germany squad, bundled home his second goal of the season after 12 minutes
Borussia threatened sporadically in the game and Patrick Herrmann (l.) spurned a golden chance to level in the first half
Wolfsburg were by far the more dominant side though, and Ivica Olic (l.) was one of many that came close to extending their lead
One goal proved to be enough to win it for the Wolves, who are now six points ahead of Gladbach and seven behind leaders Bayern
In Saturday's late game, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim ended a run of three straight league defeats with an entertaining 4-3 win over Hannover 96. Pirmin Schwegler opened the scoring for the hosts with a clever free-kick
Germany international Kevin Volland (pictured) doubled the hosts' advantage following an excellent cross from South Korean defender Jin-Su Kim
Hiroki Sakai (r.) and Co. didn't let their heads drop, however, and fought back well after going two goals down
Lars Stindl reduced the arrears, before former Hoffenheim striker Joselu (c.) levelled matters with a composed finish
Goals from Eugen Polanski and Niklas Süle put the hosts 4-2 ahead, before an error from keeper Oliver Baumann (pictured) allowed Stindl to double his personal tally. The mistake didn't prove crucial, though, as Hoffenheim held on for a valuable win
Arjen Robben's (r.) first-half goal earned league leaders FC Bayern München a narrow 1-0 victory over Hertha Berlin at the Olympiastadion
FC Bayern's Jerome Boateng had gone 51 Bundesliga matches without tasting defeat going into the Matchday 13 clash in the capital - that record now stands at 52
Hertha managed to keep the runaway leaders at bay for just over 25 minutes in Berlin, but the hosts' resistance soon buckled...
...when Mario Götze laid the ball off to Robben on the edge of the area, the 30-year-old winger curled a trademark effort into the far corner to give Pep Guardiola's side the lead
The Bavarians failed to add to the scoreline in the second half, but Guardiola will be pleased enough with the victory that cements his side's place at the Bundesliga summit
Hakan Calhanoglu (l.) and Karim Bellarabi (r.) were both on target as Bayer 04 Leverkusen came from behind to record a 5-1 victory over Rhineland rivals 1. FC Köln
Matthias Lehmann's early penalty gave the visitors a surprise lead at the BayArena after Leverkusen keeper Bernd Leno had brought down the midfielder inside the box
Köln striker Anthony Ujah (l.) then went down under another challenge from the Bayer stopper but, on that occasion, the referee chose to wave play on
Mid-way through the first half, Köln custodian Timo Horn failed to keep hold of Calhanoglu's long-range set-piece, allowing Bellarabi to pounce on the loose ball and bring
Another Calhanoglu free-kick put Bayer further ahead, before further goals from Josip Drmic (r.) and Bellarabi completed a comprehensive win for the hosts
A Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (l.) hat-trick helped FC Schalke 04 bounce back from their mid-week defeat to Chelsea with a 4-1 victory over 1. FSV Mainz 05 at the Veltins Arena
Huntelaar's (c.) perfectly-executed lob over Loris Karius put Schalke ahead inside ten minutes...
...before the Dutchman (c.) doubled his personal tally with a close-range tap-in
Shinji Okazaki (2nd r.) reduced the arrears before half-time with an instinctive finish, but a Tranquillo Barnetta strike and Huntelaar's third put the result beyond all doubt after the break
SV Werder Bremen continued their fine form under new head coach Viktor Skripnik with a 4-0 win over SC Paderborn 07
A sublime free-kick from Werder's Zlatko Junuzovic broke the deadlock at the Weser-Stadion after just ten minutes
Germany youth international Davie Selke (foreground) doubled the visitors' lead after the break
Fin Bartels capitalised on Lukas Kruse's poor clearance to make it 3-0, with Levent Aycicek completing the scoring late on
FC Augsburg came from behind to beat Hamburger SV 3-1 at the SGL Arena
There was little to choose between the two sides in the first half, with few clear-cut scoring opportunities to speak of at either end
Rafael van der Vaart (r.) gave the visitors a first-half lead, but Halil Altintop (l.) equalised for
Raul Bobadilla put Augsburg in front shortly afterwards, before Paul Verhaegh's seventh penalty of the season made it 3-1 as Augsburg climbed into the Bundesliga's European places
VfB Stuttgart ended a three-match losing streak in emphatic fashion on Friday, coasting to a 4-1 win in the Baden-Württemberg derby with SC Freiburg
Huub Stevens was back in the Stuttgart dugout following Armin Veh's unexpected resignation. The Dutchman steered the club to safety last season, before heading off on sabbatical
Austria international Martin Harnik opened the scoring for the visitors (c.), but the lead was not to last...
… as Vladmir Darida (r.) arrowed a stunning long-range effort out of the reach of the unsighted Sven Ulreich to level
After Carlos Gruezo restored the visitors' lead, simultaneously becoming the first ever Ecuadorian to
Freiburg's night went from bad to worse when Stefan Mitrovic (2r.) picked up a straight red card for a foul on Harnik, who later completed his brace as Stuttgart moved off the foot of the table