Munich - League leaders Eintracht Braunschweig had to settle for a point for the first time this season after drawing away at 1860 Munich. Elsewhere, FC Ingolstadt 04 moved up to sixth in the Bundesliga 2 standings with victory at Dynamo Dresden, but MSV Duisburg remain rooted to the bottom, meanwhile, after a goalless draw at home to VfL Bochum.

1860 Munich 1-1 Eintracht Braunschweig

Amidst the annual Oktoberfest celebrations in the Bavarian capital, 1860 started the brighter as Daniel Halfar rifled an effort wide from 18 yards out. Die Löwen were pushing forward at every available opportunity, but it was Braunschweig who took the lead when Doninck Kumbela rose highest to head home after 19 minutes. Gabor Kiraly was the busier of the two keepers, although Daniel Davari made the pick of the saves to deny Halfar shortly before half time.

Kumbela nearly doubled his tally for the afternoon 12 minutes after the restart, before 1860's Necat Aygün stabbed home a poorly defended corner to level. As both sides pressed for the winner, Deniz Dogan had a goal chalked off for offside, while Benjamin Lauth came within centimetres of turning home Moritz Stoppelkamp's teasing cross.

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Dynamo Dresden 0-1 FC Ingolstadt 04

Three points better off than their hosts at the start of play, Ingolstadt were unable to make anything of the occasional counter-attack, with Dynamo Dresden instead carrying the greater attacking threat for much of the first half. Mikael Pote made his presence felt every time Dynamo came forward and forced the very best out of Ingolstadt goalkeeper Ramazan Özcan with a neat turn and shot in the 24th minute.

Ingolstadt's first meaningful foray into the Dresden half produced the opening goal on the hour-mark as Francisco da Silva Caiuby bundled in from close range after a determined run from Christian Eigler. Dynamo skipper Robert Koch passed up a glorious chance to restore parity with 16 minutes remaining, before Caiuby went within a whisker of notching his second late on.

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MSV Duisburg 0-0 VfL Bochum

Bottom club Duisburg enjoyed some decent possession early on, yet it was the visitors who went closest to opening the scoring as Yusuke Tasaka forced a full-stretch save from Felix Wiedwald. Set pieces appeared to be the Zebras' most likely route to goal, with Andre Hoffman twice finding himself on the end of quick-fire corners midway through a stale first half.

Duisburg opted for a shoot-on-sight policy after the restart as Hoffman once again found himself in the thick of things in the Bochum half, before Adli Lacheb sent a gilt-edged header past the post with the goal at his mercy. Both sides had to rely on some desperate defending as the game wound down, with Marc Rzatkowski very nearly winning it for the visitors at the death.

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