Wolfsburg completed the match with ten players after substituting Flex Klaus for a mistake on Swiss defender Manuel Akanji (82), confirmed by the referee after returning to the mouse.
With this victory, the yellow team balance became 57 points, waiting for what Bayern Munich leaders (58 points) will do during their match with Eintracht Frankfurt today as well.
As for Wolfsburg, it freezes its score at point 39 in sixth place.
Guerrero raised his score to 8 goals this season, knowing that he scored a double against Schalke 04 last week.
A new dual for Haverts
Bayer Leverkusen jumped two places and became third, four points behind Dortmund, after beating Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1, in the shadow of the great brilliance of international midfielder Kay Haverts.
Leverkusen offers impressive levels, and has scored its sixth victory in the last seven games.
It was remarkable in the match that Mönchengladbach placed approximately 13,000 paper figures for its fans in the empty stands, in an attempt to compensate for playing behind closed doors, while the request reached about 20,000 figures.
Haverts (20 years) received a decent pass by an Arab in the depth, so he played a smart floor with his right from inside the region (7).
Mönchengladbach was close to the equation, after a dangerous opportunity from a shot by Florian Neuhaus that was blocked by Finnish goalkeeper Lucas Hradeczky, and he was unable to follow it in the left-back net of Algerian international Rami Ben Sabaini (41).
Soon after, Leverkusen wasted a second goal when Haferts’s shot rebounded off the crossbar, then the Swiss defender Niko Vidi miraculously saved Karim Demirby’s ball at the door (45), ending the first half with a worthy progress for Leverkusen.
The host equalized early in the second, after a pass from the fine Frenchman Bela to his compatriot Marcus Thuram, fired by his right hand (52), hitting his eighth goal this season.
But Haferts regained his team’s lead from the penalty spot after a controversial obstruction from Vidi against Belarbi (58), registering his tenth goal this season and fourth in two games after his double during the recent victory over Werder Bremen.
From a free kick to Derby followed by Bender’s shoulder with his shoulder at close range, Leverkusen scored the third goal and logically secured the match points (81).
Werder Bremen and bottom bottom shook dust seven matches in which he did not win, and returned with points from the European club Freiburg with a single goal.
From a beautiful long-distance pass from Dutch club Dave Klassen, Leonardo Betancourt translated it with a powerful shot from the edge of the area (19).
Hoffenheim, the ninth, followed his faltering results and was unable to win for the seventh time in a row, after he tied at last 1-1 in Paderborn.
Hoffenheim opened the scoring after a peeled cross from Czech fullback Pavel Kadirbak and a missile shot by Dane Robert Skov from inside the area on the roof of the net (4).
Dennis Serbini quickly, with a very nice long shot, after a fatal error by Bosnian defender Ermin Picakcic (9).
Paderborn is last with 18 points.