For the first time in 41 matches, a fixture between 1. FC Köln and Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Bundesliga ended 0-0 in Cologne. Here World Cup winner Christoph Kramer (l.) tussles with Köln's Yuya Osako
Gladbach's Raffael (c.) was not given much chance to display his match-winning skills as chances were hard to come by with both defences on top
Anthony Ujah (l.) and Tony Jantschke (r.) did not give each other an inch in a tight encounter
Yann Sommer was able to celebrate a clean sheet for the Foals...
...and Köln coach Peter Stöger was able to smile with his side's unbeaten record still intact after four Bundesliga matches
Vieirinha (2r.) and Ricardo Rodriguez (3r.) were among the goals as VfL Wolfsburg collected their
The game was barely seven minutes old when Giulio Donati received a straight red card for bringing down Junior Malanda in the box
Rodriguez (l.) dispatched the ensuing penalty, but Leverkusen kept plugging away, with Swiss striker Josip Drmic (r.) leading the line in place of Stefan Kießling
The Leverkusen No9 showed great composure to bring the visitors level, only for Vieirinha's close-range header to restore Wolfsburg's lead on the stroke of half time
Rodriguez added a stunning second goal to his cool first-half penalty and assist, before substitute Aaron Hunt (pictured) sealed the four-star win with an effort of his own
Shinji Kagawa (l.) was once again named in the Borussia Dortmund starting line-up for
Okazaki became the Bundesliga's all-time Japanese top scorer on Matchday 3, and the striker picked up where he left off last weekend...
...by opening the scoring in the second half with a close-range finish past Dortmund keeper Roman Weidenfeller
BVB were awarded a spot-kick moments later after Okazaki had handled inside the box, but Ciro Immobile's effort was saved by Loris Karius
Matthias Ginter's own goal sealed the points for Kasper Hjulmand's side, leaving his opposite number Jürgen Klopp (pictured) with much to ponder
Hamburger SV welcomed FC Bayern München to the Imtech Arena for Josef Zinnbauer's first game in charge of
There was no shortage of effort from the hosts in an evenly-balanced first half, as demonstrated here by Lewis Holtby (top r.)
Claudio Pizarro (l.) started in attack for Pep Guardiola's charges, but failed to find a breakthrough before the interval
Pep Guardiola was his usual animated self on the touchline, trying to inspire his team to greater heights against their hard-working opponents
Makoto Hasebe's (l.) Eintracht Frankfurt travelled to FC Schalke 04, who were searching for their first win of the 2014/15 season
Takashi Inui (l.) congratulates Alexander Meier (no. 14) after the veteran forward put the Eagles ahead at the Veltins Arena
The visitors doubled their advantage in spectacular fashion when Marco Russ (2nd r.) barged his way
With half-time approaching, Slobodan Medojevic (r.) was adjudged to have handled Julian Draxler's
SV Werder Bremen were looking to get their first three points of the campaign at FC Augsburg, who got their maiden win at Frankfurt last weekend
Davie Selke (l.) broke the deadlock for the visitors, but the Green-Whites' lead didn't last long...
Daniel Baier (2nd r.) equalised for
Paul Verhaegh fired Augsburg ahead from the penalty spot in first-half stoppage time...
...before Franco di Santo repeated the trick from twelve yards in the second half to make it 2-2
The last word was to be had by the hosts, though, as Werner bagged his second of the afternoon, before Jan Matavs wrapped up a 4-2 win
Local pride was at stake in Baden-Württemberg as VfB Stuttgart welcomed TSG Hoffenheim 1899 to the Mercedes-Benz Arena
Anthony Modeste's (l.) second goal of the season put Hoffenheim ahead after a quarter of an hour - and the visitors celebrated in style!
Chances were few and far between in the second half, although Timo Werner (r.) saw two long-range efforts saved by Baumann in the Hoffenheim goal
And it was the visitors that grabbed the points in the dying minutes when Tarik Elyounoussi finished off a counter-attack
Unbeaten SC Paderborn and Hannover 96 were looking to maintain their fine starts to the campaign as the two teams faced off at the Benteler-Arena
Hiroshi Kiyotake (2nd r.) is instantly surrounded by Paderborn players as the Japanese star tries to find a way through the home rearguard
Hiroki Sakai and Co. failed to break down the Bundesliga newcomers, though, and fell behind with just under 20 minutes remaining...
...when in-form Elias Kachunga struck his third of the season to put the home side ahead
Hannover threw everything forward but the last word was had by Moritz Stoppelkamp who sensationally scored
Hajime Hosogai's Hertha Berlin travelled to SC Freiburg in Matchday 4's opening encounter on Friday evening
Both teams had failed to win any of their first three league encounters this season, but Marc-Oliver Kempf opened the scoring for
The hosts' lead didn't last long, however, as Brazilian Ronny curled home a sensational free-kick to restore parity
Freiburg looked the more likely to retake the lead in the second half, while also remaining solid at the back. Genki Haraguchi (c.) and his Berlin team-mates struggled to create many clear-cut chances after the restart
The Black Forest club retook the lead in the 79th minute of the match, Felix Klaus blasting the ball past Thomas Kraft from inside the box,...
...but another Ronny free-kick earned Hertha a share of the spoils after Nico Schulz was dismissed for a professional foul