Greece striker Fanis Gekas, the German Bundesliga’s top scorer, continued with his merry scoring spree over the weekend with two goals in Bochum’s impressive 4-1 away win over Leverkusen. The result lifted the Greek soccer player’s uncelebrated German club three points above the relegation zone. Gekas, who has now scored a total of 16 goals with Bochum this season, a large proportion coming in recent rounds, helped his side to secure victory over Leverkusen by adding Bochum’s third and fourth goals in the 4-1 triumph. Bochum shot ahead to an early 2-0 lead with goals in the eighth and 16th minutes before Gekas added his club’s third just six minutes later. Leverkusen narrowed to 3-1 in the 62nd minute, but Gekas ruined any sense of hope for the home team by making it 4-1 for Bochum two minutes before the end of regular playing time. Gekas moved to Bochum last season, on loan from Athens club Panathinaikos, despite his scoring ability in domestic competition.