Ingolstadt - FC Ingolstadt 04 picked up their first points of the season, twice coming from behind to get the better of DSC Arminia Bielefeld in a topsy-turvy 3-2 win.

Bielefeld silenced the Audi-Sportpark when they took an early lead through Fabian Klos. He rose to meet the first Bielefeld corner of the game to head in an outswinging cross from Christian Müller. Bottom of the table and a goal behind, Ingolstadt regrouped and responded, with Philipp Hofmann's free-kick levelling matters after half an hour.

Ingolstadt found themselves behind once again in the 73rd minute when Philipp Riese kept his cool in a one-on-one situation to slot home. Their joy was short lived, though, as a penalty was soon awarded at the other end for a foul by Jonas Strifler on Caiuby just inside the area, allowing Tamas Hajnal to bring Ingolstadt level from the spot.

The hosts then took the lead for the first time on the night, with Christian Eigler completing a counterattack to notch Ingolstadt’s first win of the season at the fifth attempt.

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