Picture Perfect: The best images of Matchday 5
Mario Götze made his first start in a BVB shirt at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK since the 2-0 win over 1. FSV Mainz 05 on 20 April 2013 as Thomas Tuchel's side hosted SC Freiburg in the Matchday 5 curtain-raiser.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got the scoring underway with his 59th Dortmund goal on his 100th appearance for the club, latching onto Ousmane Dembele's pass on the stroke of half-time.
Dortmund were able to celebrate their fourth win out of five games this season, as the attention turns to facing Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Meanwhile Dortmund's rivals FC Bayern München hosted Hamburger SV in the
Nord-Süd Duell, as Hamburg were still looking for their first point of the season. © imago / MIS
Bayern left it late to secure all three points against the struggling Red Shorts. Joshua Kimmich grabbed the winner with just three minutes remaining.
HSV put up a brave fight against the record champions, but remain winless in 2016/17.
The match between high-flying Eintracht Frankfurt and Hertha Berlin proved a real rollercoaster ride, with Frankfurt's Michael Hector grabbing a stoppage-time equaliser to make it 3-3.
The club from capital had come from 2-1 down to lead 3-2 thanks to two goals from Vedad Ibisevic and one from substitute Alexander Esswein.
Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez was the hero of the day for Bayer 04 Leverkusen, scoring a hat-trick as they twice came from behind to beat 1.FSV Mainz 05 3-2.
Yunus Malli had helped the home side into the lead with a goal and an assist before the Chicharito show began.
Captain Lars Stindl opened the scoring for Borussia Mönchengladbach...
...who eventually overcame a stubborn FC Ingolstadt 04 resistace to record a tenth straight home victory with a 2-0 win.
FC Augsburg hosted SV Darmstadt 98 in what was Augsburg coach Dirk Schuster's first match against his former club. Darmstadt, meanwhile, were down to just ten players after Leon Guawara was sent off for a second bookable offence.
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Alfred Finnbogason's goal early in the second half for Augsburg proved enough to separate the sides.
SV Werder Bremen entertained VfL Wolfsburg at the Weser Stadium in what turned out to be a tight battle between two clubs desperately looking for three points.
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Wolfsburg were lucky in the second half when Bremen's defender Robert Bauer redirected a shot passed his own keeper Jaroslav Drobny.
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But in the end it would be Alexander Nouri's men that would be celebrating, as Lennart Thy and Theodor Gebrie Selassie scored late for Bremen to snatch a 2-1 win.
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Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (c.) put Schalke in front of their clash at Hoffenheim on Sunday.
© DFL DEUTSCHE FUSSBALL LIGA / Simon Hoffmann
It was not enough for victory or even a first point of the season for the Royal Blues, though, as goals from Andrej Kramaric and Lukas Rupp (pictured) earned Hoffenheim all three points.
© gettyimages / Alexander Scheuber
Hoffenheim celebrated while for Schalke it was the all-too-familiar feeling of another defeat - their fifth in a row in the Bundesliga.
© gettyimages / Alexander Scheuber
Oliver Burke scored his first Bundesliga goal as Leipzig extended their unbeaten start to the season at Köln.
It did not earn Leipzig all three points, though, as Yuya Osako equalised to earn the hosts a point, which also extended their own unbeaten start to the season.
© imago / Horstmüller