The real hero of the night was Thomas Müller, who scored a hat-trick, including this one from
Bayern coach Pep Guardiola rotated his squad, but the result was never in doubt as Javi Martinez, Thiago Alcantara and Franck Ribery all watched on from the bench
Leon Goretzka celebrated scoring his first goal for FC Schalke 04 with the last kick of the game at Nöttingen.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar put the Royal Blues in front against the run of play as Nöttingen provided a stern test for Jens Keller's side
In the end, though, the Dutchman and new signing Adam Szalai were able to celebrate victory and a place in the second-round draw
Nuremberg were one of four Bundesliga sides knocked out of the DFB Cup on Sunday. Hiroshi Kioyake (l.) scored his spot-kick in
Hajime Hosogai was made to sweat along with his Hertha Berlin team-mates as the Bundesliga newcomers were taken into extra time by VfR Neumünster
With the 120th minute up, Hertha were awarded a penalty. Sami Allagui knew it was going to be the very last kick
...and sent the ball just beyond the reach of Marcus Hesse to take Hertha through to the last 32
Joselu (c.) not only celebrated a winning debut with Eintracht Frankfurt, but his goal set the Eagles on their way to a 2-0 victory over FV Illertissen
Frankfurt struggled to find a way through the traffic in the first half with Carlos Zambrano (c.) here closed down by two Illertissen players
The Bavarian club's resistance was finally broken, though, and after Joselu's goal, Sebastian Rode (l.) sealed the win late on
Borussia Mönchengladbach fell at the first hurdle in the DFB Cup as their tie with SV Darmstadt 98 failed to produce a goal over 120 minutes...
...which left the encounter to be decided on penalties. Marc-Andre ter Stegen saved one penatly, but was powerless to prevent both Luuk de Jong and Branimir Hrgota missing their spot kicks as Darmstadt celebrated an historic victory
Gladbach weren't the only Bundesliga side to suffer an upset on Sunday afternoon though as SV Werder Bremen's poor pre-season form followed them into competitive action against 1.FC Saarbrücken
Clemens Fritz and Co. looked defensively abject at times and after going into extra-time with the scores level at 1-1, goals from Tim Stegerer and Marcel Ziemer saw Saarbrücken clinch their place in the second round at Bremen's expense