Laszlo Benes (c.) wrapped up three points for Hamburg at Bielefeld to keep them in the leading group at the top. - © IMAGO/Ulrich Hufnagel/IMAGO/Ulrich Hufnagel
Laszlo Benes (c.) wrapped up three points for Hamburg at Bielefeld to keep them in the leading group at the top. - © IMAGO/Ulrich Hufnagel/IMAGO/Ulrich Hufnagel
2. Bundesliga

Bundesliga 2 video highlights: All the goals from Matchday 4

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Hamburg are one of four clubs locked on nine points at the top of the Bundesliga 2 table after four rounds of fixtures following their victory at Arminia Bielefeld.

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Arminia Bielefeld 0-2 Hamburg

HSV were too good for relegated Bielefeld, who remain pointless after their worst start to a Bundesliga 2 campaign, after goals in either half from Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer and Laszlo Benes.

Kaiserslautern 0-1 Paderborn

Paderborn went top of the early Bundesliga 2 standings on goal difference after a tight 1-0 win away at 10-man Kaiserslautern.

Nuremberg 0-3 Heidenheim

Heidenheim joined the pack of four at the top after a comfortable 3-0 win in Nuremberg thanks to goals from Denis Thomalla, Adrian Beck and Jan-Niklas Beste.

St. Pauli 3-0 Magdeburg

St. Pauli were comfortable winners against promoted Magdeburg after a 14-minute brace from Johannes Eggestein before Marcel Hartel rounded things up for Die Kiezkicker.

Darmstadt 4-0 Hansa Rostock

Darmstadt were clear winners on Saturday evening with two goals in either half against Rostock. Phillip Tietz kicked things off after only three minutes when taking advantage of a goalkeeping mishap.

Fortuna Düsseldorf 2-2 Greuther Fürth

Relegated Fürth earned a 2-2 draw in Düsseldorf thanks to a Branimir Hrgota brace either side of Andre Hoffmann and Dawid Kownacki strikes for Fortuna.

Hannover 1-0 Regensburg

Hannover got their first win of the season and ended Regensburg’s unbeaten start after an 83rd-minute own goal from Steve Breitkreuz settled things at the Heinz von Heiden Arena.

Karlsruhe 3-2 Sandhausen

Karlsruhe got their first three points of the season after twice coming from behind against Sandhausen. Two goals in the final six minutes from Simone Rapp and Lucas Cueto did for the hosts, who had David Kinsombi and Ahmed Kutucu on the scoreboard.

Holstein Kiel 3-0 Eintracht Braunschweig

Kiel remain the only unbeaten team in the division after four games following a routine victory over rock-bottom Braunschweig, with Steven Skrzybski bagging a brace.