Brazilian youngster Lucas Piazon (l.) scored with his first ever shot on goal in the Bundesliga to earn Eintracht Frankfurt a 2-1 win away to Hamburger SV on Sunday evening
HSV dominated for much of the match, but Japan international Makoto Hasebe (l.) constantly thwarted their attacking efforts from his role in defensive midfield
After Haris Seferovic put the visitors ahead against the run of play, Nicolai Müller (3rd l.) scored Hamburg's first goal this season - ending a 507-minute drought - to level the score at 1-1
But Piazon (r.), an 86th minute substitute, struck just four minutes later with this sensational free-kick from over 30 yards out...
...leaving HSV still without a win this term and propping up the Bundesliga table with just two points to show for their efforts thus far
Hajime Hosogai's (r.) Hertha Berlin travelled to FC Augsburg looking to record back-to-back league wins for the first time since December 2013 on Sunday afternoon
After Hertha goalkeeper Thomas Kraft (2l.) was adjudged to have brought down Raul Bobadilla, Augsburg captain Paul Verhaegh (1r.) stepped up to sink the ensuing penalty
Ivorian international forward Salomon Kalou (r.) passed up a decent chance as Hertha went in search of the equaliser © Imago...
… but Tobias Werner (r.) and Co. held out to record their third win of the season and move into the top seven as a result
SV Werder Bremen travelled to the Volkswagen Arena to face Luiz Gustavo (r.) and VfL Wolfsburg in Saturday's late Matchday 6 encounter
The hosts took the lead after 15 minutes, Ricardo Rodriguez (c.) finishing off a neat counter-attack which came from a Bremen corner
Werder youngster Marnon Busch (number 38) equalised shortly before half-time, firing a low shot past Diego Benaglio for his first Bundesliga goal
The Wolves continued to have the better of the chances, though, and retook the lead when Ivica Olic (pictured) netted from close range
Bremen failed to muster a response and remain second-bottom in the standings following the 2-1 defeat
FC Schalke 04 ran out 2-1 winners over Ruhr district rivals Borussia Dortmund in the 145th Revierderby on Saturday afternoon
The hosts got off to a flier as Joel Matip (3rd r.) headed home Dennis Aogo's pin-point corner
Maxim Choupo-Moting's (2nd l.) second goal in three league games extended the Royal Blues'
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reduced the arrears barely three minutes later following good work from Adrian Ramos...
… but the Royal Blues dug their heels in after the restart as BVB fell to their third league defeat of the season
League leaders FC Bayern were looking to maintain their lead at the top of the table at 1. FC Köln on Saturday afternoon
Köln's Japanese midfielder Kuzuki Nagasawa, who returned to training this week following injury, watched on from the dugout as Bayern dominated the opening exchanges
The visitors took a deserved lead after 19 minutes when Mario Götze (l.) tapped home Thomas Müller's (c.) low cross for his third league goal of the season
Thomas Müller (r.) clashed with Miso Brecko (c.) during the first half of a hard-fought match at the RheinEnergieStadion
Pep Guardiola's side eventually doubled their lead after 68 minutes when Daniel Halfar (r.) turned the ball into his own net under pressure from David Alaba (c.)
Bayer 04 Leverkusen fell three points behind league leaders Bayern after playing out a goalless draw away to SC Freiburg
In a tight-knit encounter, Leverkusen defender Emir Spahic (not pictured) was sent off for a second bookable offence shortly before the half-hour mark
Freiburg's Roman Bürki (pictured) was nevertheless kept busy by the ten men of Leverkusen,
Borussia Mönchengladbach remain unbeaten this season after two first-half goals helped them get the better of promoted SC Paderborn 07 at the Benteler-Arena
Patrick Herrmann (r.) grabbed the first, before Raffael made it two with just 14 minutes on the clock
Paderborn's Elias Kachunga went into the game on three Bundesliga goals for the season...
… but it was Jens Wemmer (r.) who gave the scoreline a lick of respectability with 20 minutes left to play
Daniel Schwaab's maiden Bundesliga goal in Saturday's clash with Hannover 96 gave VfB Stuttgart their first league win of the campaign
Visiting defender Hiroki Sakai (l.) came up against Stuttgart wing-back and international colleague Gotoku Sakai (r.) in an open encounter at the Mercedes-Benz Arena
Japanese compatriot Hiroshi Kiyotake came as close as anyone in a Hannover shirt to getting on the scoresheet...
… but in the end it was the home side who were celebrating courtesy of Schwaab's 69th-minute winner
1. FSV Mainz 05 welcomed TSG 1899 Hoffenheim to the Coface Arena in Matchday 6's opening encounter (© Imago)
Mainz's top scorer Shinji Okazaki (l.) was belatedly ruled out of the contest with a thigh injury sustained in Tuesday's draw with Eintracht Frankfurt
Roberto Firmino (l.) was his usual dangerous self for Hoffenheim, but defences remained on top in a tight-fought first half (© Imago)
Hoffenheim's Kevin Volland (r.) flies in for a header as Filip Djuricic watches on (© Imago)
Neither side managed to find a breakthrough at the Coface Arena as the match ended goalless, but a draw maintains both teams' unbeaten start to the 2014/15 season
Kasper Hjulmand's (pictured) charges leapfrog Hannover 96 and Bayer 04 Leverkusen into second place, while Hoffenheim also climb two places into third