Hertha Berlin moved into the top six, at least for the moment, with a 3-2 win at home against Werder Bremen on Friday evening.
Both teams scored twice in an open first half before Hertha scored the winner via Ronny early in the second half. With the result, Hertha moved into sixth place on 25 points, one ahead of Schalke, who host Freiburg on Sunday.
Werder Bremen remained 14th with 16 points, five clear of the relegation places.
The visitors, fresh off a 7-0 loss to Bayern Munich last weekend, went ahead through Nils Petersen in the 15th minute. Hertha equalized two minutes later through Adrian Ramos' penalty, after Theodor Gebre Selassie tripped Per Skjelbred in the box.
The hosts then went ahead in the 26th minute on Ramos' second strike of the evening, only to be pegged back six minutes later by Aaron Hunt.
Ronny scored the winner in the 47th minute, tapping in from close range after Werder keeper Raphael Wolf had kept out Peter Pekarik's initial header.
On target: 4-4