Tops and flops
Perfect record: Germany's record champions Bayern Munich top the Bundesliga rankings after Matchday 2 with six points and a goal difference of plus-eight
Newly-promoted Eintracht Frankfurt have been the Bundesliga's surprise package. A 2-1 win against Bayer Leverkusen preceded a 4-0 success at 1899 Hoffenheim
Hannover 96 have maintained last season's good form in both Germany's top flight and the UEFA Europa League
Flying high: Kyriakos Papadopoulos (pictured) headed the opener in Schalke's 3-1 win over FC Augsburg. Head coach Huub Stevens has left last season's starting eleven largely unchanged, with former Borussia Moenchengladbach midfielder Roman Neustaedter the only new addition on Matchday 1 and 2
Dani Schahin's brace helped promoted side Fortuna Duesseldorf to a successful start at Augsburg. Fortuna then held
Mixed feelings: champions Borussia Dortmund failed to make the most of several opportunities in the 1-1 draw at
Many expected Nuremberg to have a difficult start to the campaign, but a win at Hamburg and a draw against Dortmund has catapulted the Franconians into seventh place
Gladbach are still waiting for new recruit Luuk de Jong to score. Four points make for a decent Bundesliga start, but
Philipp Wollscheid (r.) and Gonzalo Castro fired Bayer Leverkusen to a 2-0 win against SC Freiburg, after giving away a 1-0 lead on Matchday 1 against Eintracht Frankfurt
SV Werder Bremen were unlucky to lose at Dortmund in their first match, but got the better of Hamburger SV in the Northern Derby
Historical: Felix Klaus scored SpVgg Greuther Fuerth's first-ever Bundesliga goal to gain all three points at 1. FSV Mainz 05.
VfL Wolfsburg lost 4-0 in the Lower Saxony derby against Hannover in which Robin Knoche (l.) was sent off in only his second Bundesliga outing. The last-gasp win at Stuttgart makes it three points from a possible six for the 2009 champions
Mainz 05 have not managed a win so far and Eric-Choupo-Moting has yet to score this term, with one point gained on Matchday 1...
...against SC Freiburg, who were outplayed on Matchday 2 against Leverkusen, going down 2-0.
Hamburger SV are the only team yet to score and one of four teams without a single point. Much pressure will be on transfer deadline signature
Tricky second year: many teams have had more difficulties in the year after promotion to the Bundesliga, although
So frustrating: Daniel Williams (l.), Fabian Johnson and Takashi Usami (r.) react to 1899 Hoffenheim's 0-4 home defeat against Frankfurt. The ambitious club have lost both Bundesliga games, and that after the German Cup first-round defeat to lower league side Berliner AK
A 6-1 defeat against Bayern Munich leaves VfB Stuttgart bottom of the table. Vedad Ibisevic had also paid the