Mario Mandzukic (c.) set up Franck Ribery (l.) for FC Bayern Munich's opening goal in a 4-0 win over SSV Jahn Regensburg
Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri then took matters into his own hands to score one and set up two as Bayern ran riot
It was the perfect competitive debut for Bayern's new man from FC Basel
Theodor Gebre Selassie of SV Werder Bremen reflects on his side's 4-2 loss in extra time away at SC Preu�en M�nster
Elated M�nster players celebrate wildly after coming from behind to knock giants Bremen out of the cup
Karlsruher SC players embrace at the final whistle after their 4-2 win
Marcus Berg's face portrays the disappointment of his side's 4-2 loss.
At the double: Julian Draxler (r.) helped himself to a brace as 2011 winners FC Schalke 04 eased past 1. FC Saabr�cken
getting ahead: Fortuna D�sseldorf produced a professional performance to edge past SV Wacker Burghausen thanks to Stefan Reisinger's header
Armin Veh's Eintracht Frankfurt, finalists in 2006, were sent packing by Erzgebirge Aue
Bundesliga newcomers Greuther F�rth suspected they might be in for quite a battle at third-flight Kickers Offenbach...
...and they were right. as a first-half penalty from Thomas Rathgeber set the hosts on the road to a 2-0 victory
Christian Tr�sch (r.) and co. headed east to take on rank outsiders FC Sch�nberg, and there were no surprises in this one...
...Ivica Olic (r.) marking his competitive debut for the Wolves with a hattrick in a 5-0 win
Kevin Volland (r.) was also making his debut for 1899 Hoffenheim earlier the same day, but it was one to forget for the 20-year-old as his side slumped to a 4-0 defeat at Berliner AK 07
It was the biggest-ever win for a fourth-flight side in the competition against Bundesliga opposition - for 1899 coach Markus Babbel, that says it all
No surprises in Bremen though, where Dortmund saw off hometown underdogs Oberneuland with something to spare.
... the German Player of the Year's (l., with Robert Lewandowski) first competitive goal for his new club
Jakub Blaszczykowski made it 2-0 to the Yellow-Blacks seven minutes before half time...
...and Ivan Perisic slotted home another goal after the break to round out a 3-0 victory
Borussia M�nchengladbach were given a real run for their money at Alemannia Aachen
Gladbach's Venezuelan international Juan Arango finally broke the stubborn Aachen resistance on 70 minutes, paving the way to a 2-0 win
Bayer 04 Leverkusen captain Simon Rolfes scored the first goal in his side's 4-0 win at FC Carl Zeiss Jena
VfB Stuttgart's Martin Harnik netted a brace in a comfortable victory away to SV Falkensee-Finkenkrug
Max Kruse (l.) battles for the ball in SC Freiburg's 1-2 victory away at SC Victoria Hamburg
Eintracht Braunschweig's Dennis Kruppke (r.) goes man-on-man with Vasileios Vallianos of L�beck during their first round tie, from which Braunschweig emerged 3-0 victors
Aristide Bance (left foreground) began his first competitive game for FC Augsburg, as the focal point of a revamped attack under new coach Markus Weinzierl
Fellow new signing Knowledge Musona joined him in the starting eleven and looked lively right from the off
...but it was Bance (m.) who made the breakthrough, leaping highest to nod home from close range after 28 minutes
The Burkina Faso international went on to set up team-mate Musona for his first goal for the club after superbly chesting the ball down in the area as Augsburg won 2-0
Routine win: a rampant 1. FSV Mainz 05 hit four goals without reply against fifth division club SV Ro�bach/Verscheid on Sunday night