Neureuther came from behind to pass first-run leader Marcel Hirscher of Austria and notch his second World Cup win of the season in a combined time of 1 minute, 50.53 seconds, 0.21 seconds ahead of Hirscher.
Hirscher, the overall men's points leader, was riding a streak of three consecutive slalom victories coming into Sunday's competition at Wengen. He looked like he was on his way to a victory but seemed to push too hard toward the end and wound up with a flaw that caused him to lose valuable time. He turned in a combined time of 1:50.74.
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