Mönchengladbach's World Cup winner Christoph Kramer returned to the Foals' starting XI away to SC Freiburg on
The hosts handed a debut to striker Dani Schahin (l.), signed from Mainz earlier in the week, but he was well guarded by Gladbach defender Martin Stranzl (r.)
It was a hard-fought encounter with the action largely concentrated in the middle of the park, as can be
The best chance of the game fell to Freiburg, who were awarded a penalty after Tony Jantschke (r.) felled Maximilian
He need not have bothered, though, as Sommer's fellow Swiss international Admir Mehmedi (foreground) wastefully
1. FSV Mainz 05 played host to Hannover 96 at the Coface Arena in Sunday's first match
Hiroshi Kiyotake was looking to justify his place in the starting line-up after coming in for the injured Edgar Prib. However, both sides cancelled each other out in the opening 45 minutes
That pattern continued after the break, despite the efforts of Mainz's Ja-Cheol Koo (l.) and Hannover's Gotoku Sakai
In the end, Tayfun Korkut (pictured) and his opposite number Kasper Hjulmand were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw, which maintains both teams' unbeaten start to the campaign
In Saturday's evening game, Xabi Alonso (l.) was thrown straight into the Bayern team for his debut against Schalke
It was the visitors that started the brighter, Robert Lewandowski opening his account for his new club from close range
It was a debut that was going swimmingly fro Alonso (l.), who impressed in possession and positionally in the Reds midfield
It was a blow to the Royal Blues, who had lost their last two games at Dresden in the Cup and Hannover in the league
They fought back with a defiant show of passion, and World Cup winner Benedikt Höwedes levelled from close range
The hosts defended stoically in the final stages of the game and desevredly held out for a point, their first of the season
In-form Julian Schieber (r.) and Hertha were the visitors to the BayArena, where Heung-Min Son and Leverkusen were looking to continue their fine early-season form
The visitors from the capital took a surprise lead early on...
...when Tin Jedvaj (l.) turned the ball into his own net from close range
However, Jedvaj atoned for his earlier mistake with the equaliser in the 50th minute...
...and although Julian Schieber had Hertha in front briefly, Emir Spahic, Julian Brandt and Karim Bellarabi (r.) all hit the net to ensure it ended 4-2 to Leverkusen
Ivica Olic (l.) and Constant Djakpa (r.) were sparring partners as VfL Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt played out an entertaining 2-2 draw
Naldo's (l.) free-kick from distance put the hosts in front. It was the defender's fifth goal against Eintracht - more than any other side
Eintracht hit back thanks to a Sebastian Jung own goal, before Kevin de Bruyne (c.) set up...
...Maximilian Arnold (l.) to make it 2-1 to the Wolves.
Eintracht again hit back, though - Vaclav Kadlec (r.) making it 2-2 in the 85th minute (©Imago)
1. FC Köln arrived at the Mercedes-Benz-Arena not having lost in Stuttgart since 1997
Stuttgart and Gotoku Sakai started slowly - the Japanese right-back was required to clear an Anthony Ujah header off his line within the first ten minutes
Köln took the lead through Yuya Osako (l.), before Ujah (2 l.) completed a 2-0 victory for the Billy Goats at the Mercedes-Benz Arena - their first win of the season
SV Werder Bremen and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at the Weser-Stadion
Roberto Firmino scored a wonderful goal to make it 1-0 to the visitors...
...but Bremen midfielder Alejandro Galvez hit back in the second half to make it two draws from two for Bremen at the start of the season
Bundesliga new-boys SC Paderborn 07 and Moritz Stoppelkamp (2 l.) were the visitors to Hamburger SV's Imtech Arenan on Matchday 2 (© Imago)
Elias Kachunga's second goal in as many games gave them the lead... (© Imago)
...and further goals from Mario Vrancic and Stoppelkamp meant Paderborn coach Andre Breitenreiter (pictured) left Hamburg with a grin on his face
Marco Reus (r.) stroked this shot in to give Borussia Dortmund an early lead at Augsburg in Matchday 2's opening encounter
Fresh from his recall to the Germany national team for games against Argentina and Scotland, Reus had even more reason to celebrate
Sokratis Papastathopoulos (2nd l.) doubled BVB's lead soon after, heading in Reus' corner on 14 minutes
Dortmund took their foot off the gas in the second half, but Adrian Ramos (pictured) netted his first for BVB after Marwin Hitz had parried Henrikh Mkhitaryan's effort
Raul Bobadilla (2nd r.) pulled one back for Augsburg with eight minutes remaining, dinking the ball over Roman Weidenfeller (r.) from close range
Tim Matavz scored another to set up a grandstand finish, but Jürgen Klopp's side held on to record a priceless victory against