Mueller and Lewandowski react during the match against FSV Mainz 05.
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Bayern Munich suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Mainz Wednesday, losing their 100 percent home record this season, as their lead in the Bundesliga was cut to five points.Dortmund's 2-0 win at Darmstadt Wednesday cut Bayern's lead from eight points as another Colombia striker, Adrian Ramos, and defender Erik Durm netted.Hertha Berlin cemented third place, but remain 15 points adrift of Dortmund, with a 2-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the capital.March 1 is a lucky day for Schuerrle who also scored a hat-trick for ex-club Chelsea against Fulham in the Premier League exactly two years ago.The win leaves Wolfsburg eighth while Hanover are bottom, four points from their nearest rival and seven points from safety.
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