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BERLIN -- Bayern Munich stretched its Bundesliga lead to 16 points with a comfortable 4-0 win over Freiburg on Saturday, while Hamburger SV fired its coach after losing 4-2 at bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig. Nike Free Run 2 Rouge . Dante headed Bayern into a 19th-minute lead and Xherdan Shaqiri scored with deflected shots in the 34th and 42nd. Claudio Pizarro completed the rout in the 88th as Bayern stretched its league record unbeaten run to 46 games. "Its always hard when the whole world says you have to win," said Bayern coach Pep Guardiola after his sides 13th consecutive Bundesliga victory. Guardiola rested several players with an eye on Wednesdays Champions League round-of-16 first leg at Arsenal. But Shaqiri will miss the game after tearing a muscle at the back of his right thigh in the second half. French winger Franck Ribery was already out after undergoing surgery on a burst blood vessel in his buttock. Second-place Bayer Leverkusen lost 2-1 at home to Schalke, which was on a four-game winning streak. Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka won the ball from Lars Bender, lifted it over an incoming defenders challenge and chipped the goalkeeper in the 28th. Leverkusen equalized in the 66th after Schalke defender Felipe Santana cleared off the line but conceded an own goal from the resulting corner. The home side was left to rue several missed chances when Klaas Jan Huntelaar headed a free kick inside the far post in the 74th. Leverkusen was knocked out of the German Cup by second-division Kaiserslautern on Wednesday and next faces Paris Saint-Germain at home in the Champions League on Tuesday. "We played the better football, I feel for the team," Leverkusen coach Sami Hyypia said. "If we play like this on Tuesday Ill be happy. We showed a lot of character." Hamburg slipped into full crisis mode after slumping to its seventh consecutive league defeat and fired Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk and his assistant Roel Coumans late Saturday. "My job is not important right now," Van Marwijk had said after Domi Kumbela scored a hat trick for Braunschweig to move within a point of Hamburg, which is facing the prospect of its first relegation from the Bundesliga. Also, third-place Borussia Dortmund defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 4-0, Werder Bremen drew 1-1 with Borussia Moenchengladbach, and Hoffenheim beat 10-man Stuttgart 4-1 for the visiting sides sixth consecutive defeat. Hamburg goalkeeper Rene Adlers two mistakes proved costly for his side in Braunschweig. Pierre-Michel Lasogga marked his return for the visitors by scoring Hamburgs first goal of the year in the 23rd, with a hopeful header back that looped over the goalie. Adler spilled a shot from Karim Bellarabi and Kumbela swept the rebound home in the 51st, 10 minutes before he scored again. Ivo Ilicevic equalized in the 76th, but Adler could only parry a free kick in the 85th, allowing Kumbela to scoop the ball over two defenders. Bellarabi eluded two Hamburg defenders and crossed for Jan Hochscheidt to seal the result in injury time. "It was so unnecessary. But if you give away goals like that it makes it very difficult," Van Marwijk said. Dortmund was playing Frankfurt for the second time in a week after its 1-0 German Cup quarterfinal win on Tuesday. Henrikh Mkhitaryan dispossessed Frankfurt defender Sebastian Jung and waited before playing the perfect pass between four Frankfurt defenders for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to open the scoring in the 10th. Aubameyang got his second goal 11 minutes later after a corner, and Robert Lewandowski converted a penalty to make it 3-0 two minutes after the break. It was the Polish strikers first goal against Frankfurt and his 14th of the season. Milos Jojic scored just seconds after going on for his Bundesliga debut to complete the scoring in the 68th. Another winter signing, Ludovic Obraniak, salvaged Bremens hard-earned draw by scoring in the 88th minute against Moenchengladbach. The visitors had been leading since the sixth, when Assani Lukimyas poor pass out of defence invited Raffael to score. "Its a little point in the table but hopefully a big one for morale," Bremen coach Robin Dutt said. Nike Free Flyknit Solde . PETERSBURG, Russia -- Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Borussia Dortmund took a big step toward the Champions League quarterfinals with a 4-2 victory at Zenit St. Nike Free Flyknit Femme Pas Cher . -- Nick Bjugstad snapped out of his scoring slump and spoiled Drew MacIntyres first NHL start.MONTREAL -- There was something familiar about the way coach Mike Babcocks Detroit Red Wings checking smothered the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night. It was almost exactly like the way Babcocks Team Canada won gold at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The result was a 2-1 Red Wings victory on Swedish Olympian Gustav Nyquists rebound goal with 28 seconds left in overtime. "(Babcock) always stressed that we play this way," said Johan Franzen, who returned from a concussion to assist on both Detroit goals. "This is how you win games. "Especially coming down the stretch here and going into the playoffs, this is how you have to play hockey. Youve got to track like never before, and always be above their guys and make it small for them so you can create turnovers. Then you give your team a lot of opportunities." Franzen set up a power-play goal 14:01 into the first period by Todd Bertuzzi for Detroit (27-20-12). Captain Brian Gionta scored for Montreal (32-21-7) with 29 seconds left in regulation time after goalie Peter Budaj was pulled for an extra attacker. Babcocks defence-first style helped Canada go 6-0 at the Olympics, surrendering only three goals along the way. Giontas goal was the first against a Babcock-coached team since Lauris Darzins got one at 15:41 of the first period of Canadas 2-1 quarter-final win over Latvia. Canada shut out the United States 1-0 in the semifinals and then topped Sweden 3-0 in the final on Sunday. "Its tough to compare," said Nyquist. "Its a different style of game on a smaller rink here. "It was an adjustment for a few guys out there. But it was nice to get the win." There were a handful of Olympians of both sides who had trickled back over the past week as their teams were eliminated. It made for slow, scrambling hockey with few good scoring chances on either side. Detroit had a 30-20 shot advantage, and fans booed as Montreal tested Jimmy Howard only twice in the second frame. "Im sure guys noticed the time differencce a bit," said Nyquist. Nike Free 5.0 Soldes. "You have to battle through it. "It was the middle of the night in Sochi, but weve been back for three days and were starting to get it back. Well get some sleep before we play in Ottawa (on Thursday night)." The Canadiens salvaged a point when Gionta collected a puck at the side of the net in a scramble and backhanded the tying goal into a top corner. "The execution was not there tonight for both teams," said Montreal coach Michel Therrien. "Both teams played solid defensively. "There wasnt much space on the ice. But we put ourselves in position to get a point. Its disappointing that we didnt score in overtime or get to the shootout." Franzen fed Bertuzzi at the edge of the crease for a power-play goal 14:01 into the game after Canadian Olympian P.K. Subban was called for roughing. Bertuzzi returned to the lineup after missing eight games with an upper-body problem. Franzen had sat out six in a row and 21 of the last 22 with his concussion, but said he felt fine after the game. In overtime, Franzen tipped a Danny DeKeyser shot and the rebound went to Nyquist for a shot into an open side. Budaj had been slated to start in goal for Montreal even before Canadian Olympian Carey Price suffered a lower-body injury during the teams game-day skate. He is to start again when Montreal visits Pittsburgh on Thursday night. The 21,273 at the Bell Centre gave a rousing ovation to 12 members of Canadian mens and womens hockey gold medallist teams from the Sochi Olympics in a pre-game ceremony. The biggest cheers went to Marie-Philip Poulin, who had two goals in the womens final, and to Babcock and Canadiens players Price and Subban. Notes: Canadiens Alex Galchenyuk and Travis Moen returned from injuries, but Michael Bournival and Brandon Prust remain sidelined. Goaltender Dustin Tokarski was recalled from AHL Hamilton. . . The Red Wings played the 3,000th road game of their history. They are 1,086-1,439-475 away from Detroit. 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