Hamburg SV's Nicolai Mueller (L) celebrates with team mate Zoltan Stieber after he scored a goal against Karlsruhe during their German Bundesliga second leg relegation playoff soccer match in Karlsruhe, Germany June 1, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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Hamburg avoided a first relegation from Germany's top flight with a dramatic 2-1 extra-time win at Karlsruhe in Monday's relegation playoff, second-leg, to seal a 3-2 aggregate win.Replacement Nicolai Muller scored Hamburg's winner in the 115th minute, but Germany goalkeeper Rene Adler was Hamburg's hero by saving a penalty by Karlsruhe's Rouwen Hennings in the 123rd minute.Hamburg are the only club to have been in the top flight in every season since the Bundesliga began in 1963, but needed to beat Greuther Fuerth on away goals in a playoff to stay up last season.
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