Wolfsburg's Julian Draxler celebrates his opening goal during the German Bundesliga soccer match between VfL Wolfsburg and FC Ingolstadt in Wolfsburg, Germany, Saturday Feb. 13, 2016. ( Peter Steffen/dpa via AP)
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VfL Wolfsburg are hoping a morale-boosting Bundesliga win that ended a poor run of results will help their confidence for the Champions League last 16 first-leg game at Gent Wednesday.Gent, in the Champions League for the first time after being crowned Belgian champions in 2015, were the surprise runners-up in Group H, beating Valencia and Zenit St. Petersburg at home as well as Olympique Lyonnais away.They became the first Belgian side to reach the round of 16 in the Champions League since Anderlecht 15 years ago.Gent also needed 85 minutes to struggle past bottom side Mouscron Friday with a powerful strike by Mbark Boussoufa, who is not on their Champions League squad, and another goal from Danijel Milicevic.
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