Sven Ulreich's forlorn look said it all as Augsburg celebrated their first goal of the season. Halil Altintop (background) was
The Stuttgart defence then left Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker (c.) too much room to nod Augsburg two up
He reeled away in celebration of a goal which put Augsburg firmly in the driving seat and heading for their first win of the season
Vedad Ibisevic (2.r.) gave Stuttgart some hope before half time with this penalty. The Bosnian
Stuttgart coach Bruno Labbadia tried to think up a way for his side to get an equaliser...
...and the Swabians threw everything at Augsburg, typified by this flying intervention from Arthur Boka, but an equaliser did not arrive
Eintracht Frankfurt finally had reason to celebrate as they came away with a 2-0 win at Eintracht Braunschweig, their first points of the season
The visitors had the better of the game, particularly in the first half, when they had more shots on goal than in either of their previous two games this season
Takashi Inui (r.) hit the post and had several efforts blocked or deflected wide as he led the Eagles' assault on the points
Karim Bellarabi (l.) came on in the second half to make his second Braunschweig debut, but he was unable to turn around their fortunes.
To compound matters for the home team, who remain at the foot of the table without a single point yet, they lost Marcel Correia to injury
The Hertha Berlin squad salute the fans in the Olympiastadion after their late 1-0 victory over Hamburger SV.
The problems pile up for Hamburg coach Thorsten Fink, however. Here he points in frustration during his side's loss.
Maximilain Beister (l.) of Hamburg challenges Hertha's Peter Pekarik (r.). The game was closely-fought
Adrian Ramos (r.) celebrates his third goal in as many games for Hertha, following Nico Schulz' lung-busting run
Arjen Robben celebrated the goal which sealed a 2-0 win for FC Bayern Munich over 1. FC Nürnberg on Saturday
Daniel Ginczek went close to silencing the Allianz Arena with a powerful
David Alaba then wasted this chance to put Bayern in front, Raphael Schäfer guessing right to deny him from the spot
Mario Götze's first start for Bayern ended midway through the second half...
...and not long after, Franck Ribery put the hosts ahead after a spell of prolonged pressure. For Ribery,
Robben then scored a fine individual effort, leaving three defenders for dead before threading his shot in through Schäfer's legs
Schalke's poor start to the campaign continued with a 2-1 defeat at Hannover
Hannover 96's Mame Biram Diouf (r.) and FC Schalke 04's Tim Hoogland (l.) compete for the ball. Diouf scored Hannover's second goal in their 2-1 win...
...soon after midfielder Szabolcs Huszti (l.) was sent off, making him one of three players to be dismissed, after Schalke
Adam Szalai scored Schalke's consolation, and missed an open goal with the chance to equalise.
It was an uphill struggle for Borussia Mönchengladbach in Leverkusen as they conceded a penalty early on.
...and Stefan Kießling converted from the spot for what was a particularly special goal on a personal level
It was the German striker's 100th goal for Bayer Leverkusen
He then provided an assist to set up Sidney Sam to make it 2-0 for the hosts, who appeared to be in control of the game
Gladbach had other ideas, though, and Martin Stranzl brought them back into the game early in the second half...
...and they were on terms not long after when Juan Arango capitalised on a mistake by Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno
Sam (l.) restored Leverkusen's advantage shortly after...
...and Gonzalo Castro finished Gladbach off with this shot from ten yards out
Sejad Salihovic got Hoffenheim off to a flyer in their home game against SC Freiburg, scoring from the penalty spot after just ten minutes
However, he got a bit too carried away with his celebrations and was shown the red card...
...in spite of his protests, Salihovic's game ended with 80 minutes still on the clock
This is how you celebrate your first goal in over 50 Bundesliga appearances. Freiburg's Oliver Sorg
1. FSV Mainz 05's players celebrate their third win on the trot which sent them fourth in the Bundesliga.
Wolfsburg's Christian Träsch (l.) and Shinji Okazaki (r.) battle for the ball during a tense first-half,
Choupo-Moting (r.) celebrates with centre-half Bo Svensson (l.) after the former's goal on the hour mark
...Wolfsburg's Luiz Gustavo (c.) was dismissed in the 64th minute. The Brazilian new boy enjoyed a good
Matchday 3 in the Bundesliga got underway with Bremen and Dortmund coaching
The game saw two of the five remaining unbeaten Bundesliga outfits square off at the sold-out Signa Iduna Park
After Jakub Błaszczykowski (not pictured) rattled the bar, the hosts really began to crank up the pressure...
... and the pressure told as Robert Lewandowski (l.) tucked away his second goal of the campaign in the 55th minute
It was the first goal Bremen had conceded this season and sent the Yellow-Blacks