Borussia Dortmund head coach Jürgen Klopp was all smiles after watching his side battle back from the brink to record a 2-2 draw at home to VfB Stuttgart
Daniel Didavi (1r.) scored his first Bundesliga goals since Matchday 30 of the 2013/14 campaign to put the struggling visitors in the driving seat
Pierre-Emerik Aubameyang's second league goal of the season reduced the arrears as Dortmund turned the screw
FIFA World Cup winner Mats Hummels (c.) made his first appearance of the season following injury with 16 minutes still to play (© Imago) ...
… before Ciro Immobile delivered the equalising goal - his first for the club - five minutes from time
Heung-Min Son (r.) grabbed the only goal of the game as Bayer 04 Leverkusen returned to winning ways against FC Augsburg
The South Korean international (r.) latched onto Roberto Hilbert's pass before coolly side-footing the ball past Marwin Hitz in the Augsburg goal
Rain temporarily suspended play at the BayArena at the end of the first half, but it wasn't long before the players returned to the field
Caiuby (pictured) had Augsburg's best chance in the second half, but the Brazilian was thwarted by Bayer 04 stopper Bernd Leno
The victory extends Leverkusen's winning run over
Max Kruse's (r.) strike handed Borussia Mönchengladbach a 1-0 win over Hamburger SV at the Borussia Park
There was no holding back on either side with Pierre-Michel Lasogga (l.) and Granit Xhaka involved in this heated exchange
Matthias Ostrzolek (l.) and Andre Hahn (r.) tangled here in a tight game
It was a frustrating night for Hamburg's Lewis Holtby, who has yet to win with his new club...
...while Josef Zinnbauer is also still searching for his first win as Hamburg head coach
Joselu (front) scored the only goal of the game as Hannover beat Köln 1-0 to move up to third in the Bundesliga after Matchday 5
It was a goal well worth celebrating for Joselu, who became the first player this season to beat Köln keeper Timo Horn
Yuya Osako (r.) almost replied immediately for the visitors, but the hosts held firm at the HDI-Arena
Hannover coach Tayfun Korkut (l.) was able to enjoy his side's third win of the season, taking the Lower Saxony club just a point behind the league leaders FC Bayern München...
...while for Peter Stöger (l.) and the Billy Goats it meant an end to their unbeaten start to the season
Salomom Kalou (r.) scored his first Bundesliga goal with this header in Hertha Berlin's 1-0 win over VfL Wolfsburg
The former Chelsea FC striker (r.) proved a constant threat for the Wolves defence at Berlin's Olympiastadion
Kalou had another chance when he failed to beat Wolfsburg keeper Diego Benaglio deep into the second half...
...but one goal proved enough for Hertha to celebrate their first win of the season
2014 FIFA World Cup winner Mario Götze was twice on the scoresheet in FC Bayern's 4-0 victory against SC Paderborn
On a quiet night for Manuel Neuer, the reigning champions looked rampant as they displaced the shock Bundesliga leaders
Robert Lewandowski (l.) quickly added to Götze's early opener, with Jerome Boateng (r.) offering his congratulations
Götze (c.) fired in his second on 78 minutes to make it 3-0 and end any chance of an unlikely Paderborn comeback...
...before Thomas Müller made sure Goliath emphatically saw off David, rounding off the 4-0 win.
There was pure drama in Sinsheim as Hoffenheim and Freiburg played out a thrilling 3-3 draw.
Mike Frantz's brace brace saw Freiburg race into a 2-0 lead...
...before Tarik Elyounoussi pulled one back for Hoffenheim and Sebastian Rudy curled a fine free-kick past Roman Bürki for the equaliser.
Vladimir Darida gave Freiburg a 3-2 lead from the penalty spot but Jannik Vestergaard (pictured) fired home a dramatic injury-time equaliser
FC Schalke 04 were able to celebrate their first win of the season, a 3-0 victory away to Werder Bremen
Max Meyer gave Schalke the lead early in the second half with a well-taken effort
Atsuto Uchida (r.) was all smiles after his team-mate Tranquillo Barnetta (c.) made it 3-0 to put the result beyond doubt
An enthralling match between Eintracht Frankfurt and Mainz 05 ended 2-2 with Shinji Okazaki (c) on the scoresheet again
For a long time it looked as though Mainz and Johannes Geis (l.) had got the better of Eintracht and Makoto Hasebe (r.)
Haris Seferovic, however, had other ideas and popped up with a late headed equaliser for the hosts