By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Werder Bremen came from two goals behind to claim victory at Wolfsburg.German champions Werder Bremen came from two goals behind to claim victory at Wolfsburg.
Werder's hopes of reclaiming the title still look distant, but they made sure they kept in touch with a 3-2 success.
Thomas Brdaric had given the hosts the lead after 26 minutes and when Pablo Thiam (50) made it 2-0, Wolfsburg look set for victory.
However, just a minute after Thiam struck - Werder pulled one back through Miroslav Klose.
Then before the hour Werder levelled when Ludovic Magnin pounced.
With just three minutes remaining it was left to substitute Nelson Valdez (pictured) and the Paraguyan made no mistake as he fired home.
The win sees Werder move into fourth, still some seven points behind leaders Bayern Munich.
Freiburg remain entrenched in relegation trouble after going down 3-2 at Borussia Monchengladbach.
Relegation threatened Freiburg took the lead early on when Ismail Coulibaly scored after 13 minutes.
However, Borussia struck back and were ahead before the half-hour mark as Vaclav Sverkos (25) and Wesley Sonck (29) scored.
Sonck scored again just after the interval, before Freiburg pulled it back to 3-2 with Sascha Reither's (60) goal - but it was not enough at Borussia held on for all three points, which lifts them away further away from trouble at the bottom.