Bayer Leverkusen dropped out of the Bundesliga's top four as Maximilian Arnold outshone Kai Havertz in Wolfsburg's 4-1 win at BayArena.

Elsewhere, a toothless Borussia Monchengladbach missed the chance to go third in the Bundesliga as it was held to a goalless draw at relegation-threatened Werder Bremen.

-Arnold shines for Wolfsburg -

Having whipped in a free-kick from which Marin Pongracic headed home the opener before the break, Arnold doubled Wolfsburg's lead from a low free-kick that deflected in off Havertz's foot.

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Renato Steffen's back-post header made it 3-0 before Arnold provided another free-kick from which Pongracic headed in his second.

Julian Baumgartlinger grabbed a late consolation for Leverkusen, which dropped below Monchengladbach in the table on goal difference, having beaten it last weekend courtesy of a second successive Havertz double.

- Bremen earns a crucial point -

Gladbach dropped out of the top-four when it was beaten by Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday and it was unable to respond with three precious points behind closed doors at the Weserstadion three days later.

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Florian Neuhaus was Gladbach's biggest threat, but Werder deserved at least a point and Davie Selke ought to have won it late on as it ended a seven-match home losing streak in the top flight.

A point for Marco Rose's visitors moved them above Leverkusen into fourth with six games to play, while Werder - which beat Freiburg at the weekend - remains second-bottom with seven to play.