Cologne - There have been late goals, red cards and excitement galore in the Bundesliga so far this weekend, not to mention the fastest goal ever scored in the league's 52-year history.
bundesliga.com has collated some of the best social media posts of the weekend so far...
Volland makes history
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Kevin Volland has written his name into the record books by scoring the fastest goal in the Bundesliga's history. His effort - clocked at 9 seconds - beat a goal by Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Karim Bellarabi by from August 2014 by 0.3 seconds.
The Late Show with FC Bayern München
The Bavarians left it late to win at Hoffenheim - coming from behind after conceding the fastest goal in Bundesliga history after and conceding a penalty, as well as losing Jerome Boateng to a red card - but the relief on the Reds' faces is plain to see judging from this Instagram post by Douglas Costa.
Mario Götze also looked decidedly happy with the result:
Bayer's tribute to Aranguiz
After their 1-0 win away to Hannover 96, Leverkusen dedicated the victory to midfielder Charles Aranguiz, the Chilean international who signed for the club just last week but was cruelly ruled out for several months after suffering a torn Achilles. The Werkself won a second game of the season thanks to a free-kick from Hakan Calhanoglu, after which Aranguiz thanked his team-mates.
"3 points, congratulations and thanks for the gesture team-mates!"
Felicitaciones por los 3 puntos y gracias por el gesto compañeros!!! 💪💪💪💪⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️ pic.twitter.com/gSSa3JV84p— Charles Aranguiz (@CharlesAranguiz) August 22, 2015
BVB en route
Here are Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus mid-flight for Borussia Dortmund's match at newly promoted FC Ingolstadt 04 on Sunday. Dortmund will be looking to build on last week's 4-0 thrashing of namesake Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Bendtner to the rescue
Nicklas Bendtner's good start to the season continued on Saturday when he came off the bench to score the equalising goal in VfL Wolfsburg's 1-1 draw at 1. FC Köln.
Ujah off the mark
This war cry from SV Werder Bremen's Anthony Ujah says it all, the Nigerian having opened his Bundesliga account for the northerners by scoring in Friday's 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin:
Caicara savours his debut
FC Schalke 04's Bulgarian defender Junior Caicara undoubtedly enjoyed taking his Bundesliga bow against SV Darmstadt 98 on Saturday afternoon, even if the Royal Blues could only manage a frustrating 1-1 draw.
Huntelaar looks to the future
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar was guilty of profligacy in front of goal in Schalke's draw, but the Dutchman has already put it behind him.
Caldirola on cloud 9
Darmstadt's Luca Caldirola had nothing but praise for his team-mates after the Lillies held Schalke 04 to a 1-1 draw:
"We'll take the point from Gelsenkirchen. Am proud of our team, that was a great performance!"
Den Punkt aus Gelsenkirchen nehmen wir gerne mit! Bin stolz auf unsere Mannschaft, das war eine tolle Leistung! 🔵⚪️ pic.twitter.com/CmDKkcQ85c— Luca Caldirola (@caldiluca3) August 22, 2015
Schürrle supporting from the sidelines
Germany international Andre Schürrle was not in the matchday squad for the trip to Köln on Saturday, but judging from this tweet, he'll be back in action before long: