Henrikh Mkhitaryan (r.) scored his first goals for Borussia Dortmund in the Yellow-Blacks' 2-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt at the Commerzbank Arena on Sunday
Vaclav Kadlec equalised for Frankfurt in the 36th minute with his first goal for the Eagles. The hosts
Mkhitaryan scored his second goal of the game with a fine solo effort ten minutes into the second half.
Robert Lewandowski (l.) was thwarted by Frankfurt keeper Kevin Trapp on several occasions during the match, while
But Jürgen Klopp's side held on for victory to knock FC Bayern München off the top of the Bundesliga table after Matchday 4
Armin Veh's side meanwhile remain just outside the Bundesliga relegation places with three points from the opening four matches
VfB Stuttgart romped to a 6-2 victory over 1899 Hoffenheim in Thomas Schneider's first Bundesliga match in charge of
Alexandru Maxim (l.) grabbed a brace, while Vedad Ibisevic (r.) continued his prolific start to the
Ibisevic was once again a cut above. The Bosnian striker has now accounted for nine of Stuttgart's 14 goals this season in all competitions
New Stuttgart coach Thomas Schneider was clearly encouraged by what he saw. For him, it was a dream start to life in charge as Stuttgart scored six, something
For Hoffenheim's Jannik Vestergaard, however, it was a game to forget with their bright start to the season now a distant memory
There was worldwide interest in Saturday evening's Bundesliga clash as FC Schalke 04 played host to Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Fellow new boy Dennis Aogo (r.) played his part in a strong early defensive display from the
...where midfielder Marco Höger made it 1-0, nodding in from close-range after a superb delivery from Jefferson Farfan.
And the points were sealed with a Farfan penalty ten minutes from time.
The relief in the Veltins Arena was palpable as Roman Neustädter (l.), Boateng (2 l.), Farfan (2 r.) and Aogo (r.) salute their fans after Schalke's first win of the season
Borussia Mönchengladbach were looking to bounce back from defeat at Leverkusen last time out
Bremen had won their first two games of the season, but had also come into this encounter on the back of a defeat, against Dortmund
Their defensive frailties were exposed in the second half, though, as Raffael made it 2-1 after keeper Sebastian Mielitz's fumble...
...before the impressive German international Max Kruse (r.) scored for the second home game running with an easy finish after a defensive mix-up
Germany international Patrick Herrmann (c.) also got his name on the scoresheet late on to add some gloss to the scoreline for the Foals
From having taken maximum points in their first two games, Robin Dutt and his Bremen team have now lost two on the bounce
In Hannover, Mainz were looking for their fourth win in a row and to go top of the table, albeit temporarily
And Thomas Tuchel's men were on the offensive right from the off, as Nicolai Müller (l.) netted his fifth of the season to put them into the lead
It was a short-lived advantage, though, as Mame Diouf (l.) and Artur Sobiech (r.) both
Shinji Okazaki (l.) was a threat for Tuchel's side, but Hannover, and newly-signed central defender Marcelo, stood firm
The hosts then made their chances count as goals from Didier Ya Konan (hidden) and Edgar Prib sealed a 4-1 victory
Prib's (r.) late strike was his first goal for Hannover, who have now won three of their first four games this season
In the Imtech Arena, Hamburg were looking for their first win of the season at home to Braunschweig, after a poor start that had yielded just one point from three matches
The northerners were in the ascendancy from the off and Rafael van de Vaart put them in front, poking in from close range
It got better for HSV moments later as some careless defending from Braunschweig allowed Maximilian
But Zoua wasn't the only debutant scorer. The second half belonged to youngster Hakan Calhanoglu (m.), who netted
Wolfsburg took on a Hertha Berlin side unbeaten in their first three matches. The Wolves were themselves looking to bounce back from Matchday 3's defeat in Mainz
Ivica Olic (l.) got the ball rolling for the home side, the Croatian veteran in the right place to steer home a drive from Naldo
Hertha looked to respond and they showed signs of recovery, especially through the busy Änis Ben-Hatira (l.)
But it was Wolfsburg that were the more incisive side, and after Diego was fouled in the penalty area, the Brazilian
Nürnberg and Augsburg contested a Bavarian derby in the Grundig Stadion, in which both sides competed bravely in the challenges in the early stages
Nurnberg’s best opportunities seemed to come from the boot of Japanese international Hiroshi Kiyotake, but Augsburg's
Defences were on top for much of the 90 minutes, with Markus Feulner (l.) and Andre Hahn (r.) in solid form for their sides...
...but the visitors stole the points in the closing stages when Kevin Vogt (m.) fired in a rebound after Tobias Werner's effort had hit the post
The matchday began on Tuesday 27 August, where Thomas Müller (r.) and Bayern took on Freiburg. The Reds had gone into the game with three wins from their opening three games, while Freiburg and Christian Günter (l.) had just one point from their three outings
With a view to the UEFA Super Cup against Chelsea on Friday, Pep Guardiola tinkered somewhat with his starting line-up, resting
Bastian Schweinsteiger (l.) was retained, however, and continued to operate from his deep-lying playmaking position
Freiburg began the game well and Oliver Sorg was denied by Manuel Neuer, but Bayern took the lead
Mario Götze (l.) was given a second consecutive start for the club, and enjoyed some moments of quality, especially with fellow midfielder playmaker Toni Kroos
Bayern might have put the game beyond doubt in the second half, but for the outstanding form of Freiburg keeper
The Bavarians were made to pay for their profligacy in front of goal when Freiburg substitute Nicolas Höfler (2nd l.) earned the hosts an unlikely point in the 86th minute