Teber leads Kaiserslautern to victory

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

Selim Teber scored twice and led Kaiserslautern to a 2-1 victory over Arminia Bielefeld in the German Bundesliga.

Teber leads Kaiserslautern to victory

Kaiserslautern:

Selim Teber scored twice and led Kaiserslautern to a 2-1 victory over Arminia Bielefeld in the German Bundesliga on Sunday. Delron Buckley had given Bielefeld the lead with just 11 minutes remaining - but Teber equalised 60 seconds later and then got the winner a minute from time. Bottom-of-the-table Kaiserslautern hosted 10th-placed Arminia Bielefeld at their Fritz-Walter-Stadion, knowing that the club's management had told coach Kurt Jara that only a victory would save his job. Kaiserslautern came closer to scoring a minute before half-time - but Carsten Jancker's close-range header from a corner came back off the post. However, after the break, it was Bielefeld who looked most likely to score - hitting the post once and forcing Tim Wiese into reflex saves twice to deny Ervin Skela. But in the 79th minute, Wiese was beaten by the speedy Delron Buckley, who picked up a long Skela pass on the left and drove the ball past the Kaiserslautern goalkeeper for his seventh goal of the season. Kaiserslautern levelled when substitute Selim Teber took advantage of some indecision in the Bielefeld defence to bundle the ball into the net. Then, with time running out, Jancker headed a long ball back to the unmarked Teber and his shot from the edge of the area deflected off Petr Gabriel to wrong-foot Hain, win the match for Kaiserslautern. (AP)

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