BERLIN, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- Hamburg capitalized on Oliver Baumann's blackouts to grab a 3-0 away win while Monchengladbach stunned Frankfurt 4-1 to close the 10th round of Bundesliga on Sunday.
Freiburg were still wait for their first win of the season, as goalkeeper Oliver Baumann helped Hamburg with three costly blackouts to provoke the fifth loss. Meanwhile, Hamburg reaped their third triumph.
Freiburg staged a courageous opening period but things changed drastically, as Hamburg took the lead with 37 minutes on the clock. Goalkeeper Oliver Baumann raced off his line, underestimating a long ball, to clear the way for Maximilian Beister, who scored from sharp angle into the open goal.
Things changed from bad to worse when Baumann invited Hamburg with his second blunder. Pierre Michel Lasogga utilized a fumble by Baumann to tap into the open goal at the 47th minute.
However, Baumann ensured another moment of madness when he spilled a ball into path of Rafael van der Vaart, who had no problems to poke home the final 3-0 score.
The fifth loss of the season leave Freiburg on 17th place with five points while Hamburg improved on 12th position with 12 points.
Elsewhere, Monchengladbach recorded their fifth win to enter the top four in the standings, following a powerful 4-1 victory on home soil over Frankfurt.
Both sides started highly motivated and offensively minded to delight the 53,481 spectators in the "Stadion im Borussia-Park" with three goals within 18 minutes.
Monchengladbach's Juan Arango broke the deadlock with a free kick goal from 22 meters into the top right, eleven minutes into the game. But, the visitors responded four minutes later when Stefan Aigner restored parity following an assist by Vaclav Kadlec.
Frankfurt's joy lasted three minutes as Oscar Wendt slotted home from the edge of the box into the near post corner to make it 2-1 on the scoreboards.
The second strike took the wind out of Frankfurt's sail since Patrick Herrmann and Rafael were able to add another two goals for the 4-1 final score line.
"We staged a confident and good performance. It was OK," Monchengladbach coach Lucien Favre said.