Munich - Borussia Dortmund's Supercup win against FC Bayern München and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's very special goal celebration dominated the Twittering headlines this week.
bundesliga.com rounds up some of the best 140-character bulletins from the past few days...
Following their heroics in the Supercup and at this summer's World Cup respectively, Dortmund have the privilege to call upon two very special men in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mats Hummels:
Two of Europe's finest
On Thursday, UEFA announced that Bayern pair Manuel Neuer und Arjen Robben are in a three-horse race with Real Madrid CF's Cristiano Ronaldo to succeed their club-mate Franck Ribery as European Footballer of the Year:
Friday may have been an official bank holiday in Bavaria, but not so for some of FC Bayern München's World Cup, heroes who were put through their paces at the club's Säbener Straße training ground:
Road to recovery
FC Schalke 04's injured star winger Jefferson Farfan may still be a long way from full fitness, but the Peruvian received a warm welcome on his return to the Royal Blues' training compound:
Meanwhile, Henrikh Mkhitaryan enjoyed taking the mickey out of his Borussia Dortmund team-mate Marco Reus:
Pierre Hojbjerg, Dante and Mario Götze (l. to r.) seemed in a confident mood as Bayern's troops made their way to the Supercup final in Dortmund:
Borussia Dortmund's 18-year-old Japanese prospect Mitsuru Maruoka is the latest squad member to have been recruited for the cause by fan-turned player Kevin Großkreutz:
FC Bayern and Brazil defender Dante sent out this tweet in appreciation of his father:
Javi Martinez (c.) seemed a happy man when the Spaniard sent out this pic showing the Bayern utility man with Dante and David Alaba...
...but suffered a severe blow four days later when he tore knee ligaments in the Supercup defeat against Dortmund, prompting this reaction from Alaba:
Christoph Metzelder (2nd l.) was denied World Cup triumph in the 2002 final, but the former Schalke and Dortmund star got his hand on the coveted trophy in a get-together with Royal Blues' defender Höwedes (3rd l.) at his childhood club TuS Haltern: