Javairo Dilrosun and Krzysztof Piatek each scored as Hertha Berlin continued their unbeaten run under new coach Bruno Labbadia, beating FC Augsburg 2-0 at an empty Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
Hertha climbed to ninth in the Bundesliga table after Dilrosun scored midway through the first half and Piatek added a second in stoppage time at the end of the game.
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Hertha have now picked up a 10th point out of a possible 12 since the resumption of the German league after the coronavirus lockdown.
Defeat left Augsburg precariously placed just four points above the relegation places.
Hertha were in 13th place when the season resumed in mid-May but have hit a purple patch since the much-travelled Labbadia took over as their fourth coach of a topsy-turvy season.