Berlin - FC Ingolstadt 04 have one foot in the Bundesliga after picking up a point in a 2-2 draw away to FC Union Berlin on Sunday afternoon.

Marvin Matip gave the visitors the perfect start as early as the fifth minute with a smart finish and Ingolstadt proceeded to dominate the opening period, keeping possession well and denying their hosts any sight of goal.

The game was turned on its head in the second half, however, with Björn Jopek netting twice within the space of four minutes - his second strike a delightful direct free-kick - to put Union in front. Ingolstadt's quality showed through in the end, though, as just minutes later Tobias Levels scored an equaliser to leave the Bavarians five points clear at the top with just four games left to play.

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