Kaiserslautern climbed to second in the Bundesliga 2 standings with victory over St. Pauli, but Regensburg remain unbeaten and top of the pile after Matchday 3.
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Former USA international Terrence Boyd scored one and set up another to ensure Kaiserslautern maintained both their position in second place and their unbeaten start to the campaign with a 2-1 victory over St. Pauli on Matchday 3.
Paderborn climbed up to the heady heights of third in the standings after the home side put together a come-from-behind win to condemn Hannover to their second defeat of the season.
The hosts have their second win of the campaign and had their man-of-the-match Robert Glatzel to thank for securing a deserved victory by the narrowest of margins.
Both teams still await a first Bundesliga 2 win this season following a game of few chances at the Sportpark Ronhof.
Sandhausen moved neck and neck with Fortuna in the standings, with both teams now enjoying an identical record after three games following the home side's weekend win.
Hansa followed up last weekend's victory against Hamburg by putting recently relegated side Bielefeld to the sword, the visitors losing their third consecutive second division game as a result.
Oscar Vilhelmsson's sublime late finish proved to be the difference as Darmstadt wrapped up all three points and left the hosts bottom with three defeats from three.
Kiel picked up their first win of the season, condemning promoted side Magdeburg to their second defeat in three outings.
Regensburg remain unbeaten, are yet to concede a goal and are top of the Bundesliga 2 standings after a feisty scoreless draw against promotion chasers Nuremberg.
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