Lucerne enjoyed a 3-2 home win over FC Zurich in the Swiss Super League with Oliver Bozanic netting twice.
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29 Jul 2013 - 2:44 AM  UPDATED 29 Jul 2013 - 10:07 AM

Bozanic and Dario Lezcano put the host two goals up at the interval and, although Mario Gavranovic pulled one back in the 59th minute, Bozanic's second of the game swiftly re-established the two-goal cushion before substitute Pedro Henrique's last-gasp consolation.

Lucerne climbed to fourth spot as a result. It was Bozanic's second double in as many weeks, after he netted twice in a 4-2 loss against Aarau last weekend.

Young Boys continued its perfect start - but had to come from two goals down to see off FC Thun 3-2.

The host headed into the game with two wins from its first two games but looked to be on the way to losing its 100 per cent record when first-half goals from
Josef Martinez and Marco Schneuwly saw it trail 2-0 at the break.

But half-time substitute
Yuya Kubo had the desired effect, his brace getting his team back on level terms within 20 minutes of the restart before
Moreno Costanzo sealed the comeback with the winner 13 minutes from time.

The win moved
Young Boys two points clear of Grasshoppers and Basel at the summit.

In the day's other game,
Philippe Montandon's ninth-minute strike was enough to earn St Gallen its first points of the campaign with a 1-0 triumph at FC Sion.