Cologne snaps skid at Kaiserslautern

Cologne snapped a three-game losing 0 Bundesliga win man Kaiserslautern at Fritz-Walter-Stadion.

Cologne had lost its last three matches by combined scores of 8-1, and striker Lukas Podolski - who leads the squad 15 goals - was lost to injury, but Ariel Borysiuk was sent off after 39 minutes for Kaiserslautern and Cologne pounced.

Roshi bagged his first goal of the season 18 minutes from time, shortly after coming on as a substitute, as he latched onto a Christian Clemens cross off a corner and headed home past Kaiserslautern goalie Kevin Trapp.

The goal came just over 1 1/2 minutes after Roshi entered the game and Cologne held on over the final 20 minutes to snatch its third road win this season.

Cologne climbed to ninth in the table on 24 points, ahead of Wolfsburg on goal differential. Kaiserslautern is winless in 10 straight and just one point off the foot of the table.

Freiburg 2, Werder Bremen 2

Freiburg, Germany - Jonathan Schmid notched the tying goal in 70th minute to spoil a brace from Claudio Pizarro and Freiburg tied Werder Bremen 2-2 at MAGE SOLAR Stadion on Sunday in the Bundesliga.

Pizarro put Bremen ahead just before the half hour, but Cedric Makiadi had the hosts level in the 31st. Pizarro handed Bremen its second lead in the opening minute of the second half, but Schmid equalized midway through the session.

Schmid's goal came off a well-struck shot that skipped off the hands of Bremen goalkeeper Tim Wiese, off the right post and in to answer Pizarro for a second time. Pizarro has 15 goals this season, just two behind leader Mario Gomez of Bayern Munich.

Freiburg remained at the bottom of the table, but climbed level on points with 17th-place Augsburg. Bremen sits fifth, but eight points out of fourth and the final Champions League berth.