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BERLIN -- Hamburger SV striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga scored an eight-minute hat-trick to lead his side to a 5-0 rout at Nuremberg in the Bundesliga on Sunday. Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring in the 17th minute by meeting Heiko Westermanns cross with a left-footed volley that Raphael Schaefer couldnt keep out. Van der Vaart sent Lasogga through to shoot to the far corner in the 59th, three minutes before the Dutch midfielder sent in a corner for Lasogga to score again from close range at the far post. "You can tell even if its only one game that we can play well," Van der Vaart said. Lasogga intercepted a poor pass from Per Nilsson and shot in off the post to complete his hat-trick in the 67th. "Im happy with the hat-trick, but I think the most important thing was the team performance," said the 21-year-old Lasogga after scoring the quickest away hat-trick in 50 years in the Bundesliga. With the home fans already leaving, Tolgay Arslan rubbed salt in their wounds by returning an attempted clearance from Schaefer for Hamburgs fifth in the 74th. "We didnt play well at the start, we gave the ball away, but then we got the goal and thats how football is -- then we started to play," said Hamburg sporting director Oliver Kreuzer. It was Bert van Marwijks first victory as Hamburg coach since taking over from the sacked Thorsten Fink. "Im only there a week. Ive always said I like offensive football, but there are tactics involved too," the Dutchman said. Hamburg had started the season with four points from six games. Van Marwijk has as many from his two games in charge. "Five-nil. It doesnt happen every week, but for us its incredibly important so the confidence comes back. With a victory it happens quicker," Van Marwijk said. The result piles the pressure on Nuremberg coach Michael Wiesinger, whose side is in the relegation zone without a win this season. Freiburg is level with Eintracht Braunschweig at the bottom after a 1-1 draw with visiting Eintracht Frankfurt in Sundays late game. Nicolas Hoefler scored with five minutes remaining to rescue the draw for the home side, which conceded through Christian Guenters own goal in the 64th, when an attempted clearance from Oliver Baumann rebounded off the defender. "If you look at our last games you can see were always pushing forward, were playing well. Were just conceding stupid goals," Hoefler said. Both goalkeepers made crucial saves. Baumann was the busier early on, blocking two shots from Vaclav Kadlec and then thwarting Constant Djakpa. Kevin Trapp denied Sebastian Freis in the second half but was powerless to stop Hoefler from close range after a corner. Frankfurts Johannes Flum was sent off for a second booking in the last minute on his first return since switching between the sides. "Freiburg did it really well," Flum said of his former side. "They deserved the point. 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Wolff: Nico not title favourite Mercedes boss expects Lewis Hamilton to quickly close the gap Hamilton managed to overcome a 29-point deficit to Rosberg in 2014 to win the title, but feels more downtrodden than he did then.It doesnt feel any nicer than it did back then, the reigning champion added.If anything, it probably feels worse because its just gone one negative after the other. Lewis Hamilton finished seventh after starting from the back of the grid, but his chances of a stronger result were compromised by a broken front wing However, despite that viewpoint, Hamilton insists he is not about to hit a slump which has affected him during other parts of his career.ddddddddddddI definitely dont feel the dark cloud Ive had over me in the past right now, he said.Of course its a trying time. There are lots of different emotions and thoughts going through my mind as you see the season start the wrong way. But this is a part of motor racing. 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