Three goals, no win as Bender twins fail to peak
Identical twins Sven and Lars Bender failed to pick up a Bundesliga win for their respective clubs despite scoring three goals between them on Saturday.
Sven, 24, scored Borussia Dortmund's opening goal in the 2-2 draw against Augsburg with a sixth-minute header, only to net a second-half own goal to gift the guests an equaliser.
Dortmund took the lead through Nuri Sahin's curled free-kick before South Korea's Ji Dong-Won, on loan from Sunderland, slipped his marker, Bender, to head home the equaliser.
There was also little for Bender's twin, Lars, to cheer about, even after scoring the first goal in Bayer Leverkusen's shock 3-2 defeat at strugglers Freiburg.
Bayer were floored by a 90th minute-winner from Freiburg's Felix Klaus.
The result means Bayer stay 10 points adrift of league leaders Bayern Munich.
Between them, the Bender twins have made 18 appearances for Germany with Lars scoring the winner in the 2-1 group stage victory over Denmark at Euro 2012.