FRANKFURT, Germany -- Hamburger SV rallied to beat Hannover 3-1 on Sunday and plunge its northern Bundesliga rival deeper into crisis. Michael Doleac Jersey . In the late match, Shinji Okazaki scored two goals to pace Mainz to a 3-2 victory at Werder Bremen. Goals from Milan Badelj, Maximilian Beister and Hakan Calhanoglu ended Hamburgs two-match losing run and kept Hannover winless in seven games. Szabolcs Huszti had put the visitors ahead in the 28th but Hamburg fought back and quickly established control after Badeljs equalizer three minutes later. Hannover finished with 10 men following Salif Sanes second yellow card in stoppage time. The win helped Hamburg climb up to 11th, leading Werder on goal difference. Hamburg is one point and two places above Hannover, which is three points from the relegation zone. "We all have to understand finally that we are in a dangerous situation," Hannover goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler said. "We dont have to play beautifully but we have to get some points." Hannover got off to a promising start when Huszti punished mistakes by Hamburgs goalkeeper Rene Adler and Tomas Rincon. Adler kicked the ball to Rincon, who was surrounded by three Hannover players and could not control it. Huszti took advantage to steal the ball and slot past Adler. Badelj replied quickly. Zieler punched a free kick from Calhanoglu outside the box, but Badelj fired a perfectly timed volley over the goalkeeper into the net. Beister put the home side ahead for good less than a minute into the second half with a diving header from Heiko Westermanns long cross. "We fought back well and deserved to win," Beister said. Beister turned provider for Calhanoglus goal in the 84th. Mainz profited from two bizarre mistakes by Werder goalkeeper Sebastian Mielitz early in the match. Mielitz came out far away from his goal in the seventh minute but did not go for Sebastian Polters long ball which Nicolai Mueller looped over the keeper into the net. Ten minutes later, Mielitz misjudged a high ball from Zdenek Pospech, let it bounce off the crossbar and Okazaki pounced to score from close range. Okazakis clinical finishing from a counterattack made it 3-0 in the 70th, before Eljero Elia and Franco Di Santo scored in the last five minutes to make the finish interesting. Bremen fell to its second straight loss, while Mainz won its second straight. Mike Miller Jersey . Quarterback Drew Willy appeared to injure his throwing hand on the third last play of practice Thursday. Magic Jerseys 2020 . The Brewers finalized a US$36 million, three-year contract with free agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez on Wednesday, adding a much-needed bat to their lineup.BATHURST, N.B. -- The Baie-Comeau Drakkar took over sole possession of first place atop the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Thursday with their sixth straight win. Jeremy Gregoire scored 4:30 into overtime to lift the Drakkar past the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 1-0. The win moved the Drakkar (31-12-4) two points ahead of the idle Blainville-Boisbriand Armada in the overall standings. Philippe Cadorette stopped just 18 shots for Baie-Comeau, while Miguel Sullivan was far busier for Acadie-Bathurst (17-26-5) with 42 saves. --- WILDCATS 7 SAGUENEENS 4 MONCTON, N.B. — Vladimir Tkachev scored twice as the Wildcats mauled Chicoutimi. Conor Garland, Mathieu Olivier, JC Campagna, Ivan Barbashev and Christophe Lalonde also scored for Moncton (24-23-2). Dominic Beauchemin had a pair off goals for the Sagueneens (24-23-1), with singles coming from William Gignac and Laurent Dauphin. Khem Birch Jersey. Monctons Alex Dubeau and Chicoutimis Domenic Graham each finished with 31 saves. --- REMPARTS 6 OLYMPIQUES 2 GATINEAU, Que. — Anthony Duclair scored a hat trick to lead Quebec to a win and take over the goal-scoring lead in the QMJHL. Duclairs three goals moved him to 40 through 45 games, one better than Val-dOrs Anthony Mantha who leads the league in points and has played eight fewer games than Duclair. Kurt Etchegary, Francois Godin and Olivier Archambault also scored for the Remparts (27-12-8), while Francois Brassard stopped 29 shots. Emile Poirier and Vincent Dunn each had a goal for the Olympiques (28-17-2), with Anthony Brodeur making 29 saves. ' ' '