Cologne - The Klassiker between league leaders FC Bayern München and early-season strugglers Borussia Dortmund did little to disappoint, but wasn't the only highlight from Matchday 10. is on hand to keep you up to date with all the latest news and reactions from this weekend...

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MATCHDAY 10 RESULTS:Click on the score of each match to view video highlights.

FC Schalke 04 1-0 FC Augsburg
1. FSV Mainz 05 1-2 SV Werder Bremen
Hannover 96 1-0 Eintracht Frankfurt
VfB Stuttgart 0-4 VfL Wolfsburg
Hamburger SV 1-0 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
FC Bayern München 2-1 Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-1 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
1. FC Köln 0-1 SC Freiburg
SC Paderborn 07 3-1 Hertha Berlin

Monday 3 November

We leave you with news that Julian Draxler, who picked up a serious thigh injury in Friday's victory over FC Augsburg, will undergo surgery in the coming days in a bid to rectify the problem. You can see how the Royal Blues get on without Draxler on Wednesday, when Roberto Di Matteo's side travel to Sporting Clube de Portugal in the UEFA Champions League. Before that, though, Borussia Dortmund and Bayer 04 Leverkusen are in action at Europe's top table. Join us then!

Keen for video highlights of Matchday 10? No problem - we've got you covered right here. Or do you fancy extended highlights of your favourite team in action at the weekend? We have clips of all nine Bundesliga games in individual videos here. We've also got post-match video interviews in English, such as this one with FC Bayern's Arjen Robben. And the best part is, we've got you covered for every single week!

Patrick Herrmann's strike in the 32nd minute to put Gladbach 2-1 up against Hoffenheim on Sunday heralded a landmark occasion for the club: it was the 5000th Bundesliga goal scored in matches featuring Gladbach. The Foals have now played in 1578 top-flight games in Germany, scoring 2694 and conceding 2307. Herrmann found the target again in the second half to ensure a 3-1 victory and take the club tally to 5001.

Congratulations to @TessaYan, who has won an official TORFABRIK matchball after submitting her candidates for the Matchday 10 Team of the Week on Twitter using the hashtag #BLTOTW. You can see her winning entry below.

Check out who was voted into the Best XI by clicking here.

After sitting out Schalke’s last two Bundesliga encounters with an ankle injury, Berlin-born Ghana international midfielder (l.) could return to the Royal Blues' side for their Champions League meeting with Sporting Clube de Portugal after resuming full training today. Schalke will definitely have to do without long-term casualties Julian Draxler, Joel Matip, Leon Goretzka, Felipe Santana, Fabian Giefer, Jefferson Farfan and Sead Kolasinac on Wednesday, however.

Dortmund boss Jürgen Klopp admitted Bayern München deserved their Klassiker triumph after a dominant second-half display, although he believed his side "invested a lot, but got nothing in return". His Bayern counterpart Pep Gurdiola, meanwhile, was full of praise for Bayern’s performance.

Click here to find out what else the head coaches had to say after their respective sides’ Matchday 10 outings...

Having finally notched their first win of the season on Matchday 10, Freiburg’s players seemed understandably relieved in the wake of the Köln victory. "It took a load off my mind," admitted skipper Stefan Riether, insisting he and his team-mates had always kept their nerves also during their nine-game winless drought. “We never got nervous, just kept working hard. We changed our tactics slightly which obviously worked out well.”

FC Bayern received yet another boost today following their hard-fought Klassiker success last weekend, with the record champions’ executive board chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirming to sports magazine kicker that midfield stategist Bastian Schweinsteiger is due to return to the action in the current year. “We can expect him to come back in 2014,” Rummenigge said. “There’s a chance of him picking up team training during the upcoming international break.”

Goal of the Week

There were some spectacular goals scored again on Matchday 10, and now it's your chance to have your say. Simply check out the the five contenders below, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel, and then cast your vote for your favourite on our Fanzone page. The winning goal will be revealed on Tuesday...

Daily newspaper Rheinische Post was full of praise for Gladbach a day after their Hoffenheim win. “There are several signs that Borussia Mönchengladbach have turned into a top side in the Autumn of 2014. They seem to find a solution for every problem occurring, no matter who the opponent.", similarly, reported: “Gladbach were impressive all-round.”

Munich’s Süddeutsche Zeitung, meanwhile, looked back at Saturday’s Klassiker which saw Bayern come back from a goal down to beat Dortmund 2-1. “Borussia impressed in the first half with their pressing game, and [Shinji] Kagawa did very well in restricting Xabi Alonso, leaving him little space. In the end though it was Franck Ribery, currently the most valuable part-time employee in German football, who made the difference."

Patrick Herrmann was a very happy man indeed after contributing a brace to yet-unbeaten Borussia Mönchengladbach’s 3-1 home win against 1899 Hoffenheim last night. “It’s been a while since I last scored two, it’s a great feeling. Things are going really well for us at the moment." The victory leaves his Foals in third, just four points behind league leaders Bayern München.

Sunday 2 November

Arjen Robben, Manuel Neuer, Marco Reus perhaps? You'd be hard pushed to find a player in better current form that Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne, who scored his first of the season against Stuttgart on Saturday and set up two more to help the Wolves ease to a 4-0 win. De Bruyne is now the leading assist-maker in the division with seven, while VfL have now crept up to second after five straight wins. Here's the post-match reaction to that crushing win at VfB.

Despite Wolfsburg sitting in second - only four points behind league leaders Bayern - after their 4-0 success away to Stuttgart, Wolves' attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (pictured, r.) told there is no reason for his side to get carried away. “We’re doing a great job at the moment and playing good football, but we need to take it step by step. There are lot of difficult games awaiting us, we need to keep working hard.”

Robert Lewandowski (r.) and Arjen Robben were happy men indeed after firing FC Bayern to hard-fought 2-1 Klassiker victory over Dortmund last night. “It wasn’t an ordinary day for me to score against Dortmund,“ admitted Lewandowski in the wake of his first Bundesliga meeting with his former side, while Robben was full of praise for BVB No. 1 Roman Weidenfeller. Find out more in our post-match quotes...

Sunday 2 November

Aufwiedersehen...for now

Saturday's Matchday 10 action has come to a close so check out today's top stories as we bid you good night!

To stay bang up-to-date with all the action there are three options. Either follow the minute-by-minute coverage on our LIVE Twitter account, @BL_Live_EN, or alternatively on either's LIVE ticker or the TuneIn radio stream! The choice is up to you, but make sure to tweet in your opinions to @Bundesliga_EN as well!

Watching the Bundesliga from abroad? Not sure which channel is covering the most-exciting league in the world in your country? Well have no fear, has got you covered! Discover your local television broadcaster by clicking here.

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A couple of years ago, Dortmund came out on top in one of the feistiest Klassikers in recent memory. Relive what really happened between Arjen Robben and Neven Subotic here...

One man on whom much of the focus will fall this evening is Robert Lewandowski, who makes his first league appearance for Bayern against the club he led to two Bundesliga titles and a DFB Cup win. Lewandowski scored a total of 103 goals for BVB between 2010 and 2014, including a hat-trick - against Bayern - in that 2012 Cup final. He'll be wearing the Bavarian Red tonight, but for old times' sake, here are his best BVB moments, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel:

Is this the most interesting pre-Klassiker statistic of them all? Every one of Dortmund's last 14 goals scored in competitive games (comprising league, DFB Cup and Champions League) has come away from home. Up next, they're on the road to Munich. Will that run continue? Make up your mind with the help of our exclusive match preview.

Schalke fans are waking up to the news that star midfielder and World Cup winner is set to be out of action until the new year after he injured a hamstring against Augsburg. Sporting director Horst Heldt confirmed the 21-year-old has suffered a "serious tear" to his muscle, adding that "he definitely won't be playing any further part in the first half of the season". The Royal Blues are currently seventh in the table and are second in their UEFA Champions League group.

Weisswurst vs. Pfefferpotthast, Bavaria vs. North-Rhine Westphalia, Bayern vs. Dortmund - here's a handy little infographic comparing the two clubs' trophy cabinets, social media presence, history and more. Take a guess at who the dangermen on either side this evening might be...

...and welcome to's live updates of Matchday 10. Today features the big one: der Klassiker between Bayern and Dortmund in the Allianz Arena, kicking off at 18.30 CET. There are a host of other games going on, but why not start your weekend by clicking through the best snaps of Schalke's victory over Augsburg in the Veltins Arena last night? Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored the only goal of the game and you can read what he had to say about the victory here.

Saturday 01 November

Back to winning ways...

FC Schalke 04 made it two home wins from two under Roberto di Matteo in the Bundesliga as they overcame FC Augsburg by the skin of their teeth in Matchday 10's opener. You can read's match report here.

To stay bang up-to-date with all the action there are three options. Either follow the minute-by-minute coverage on our LIVE Twitter account, @BL_Live_EN, or alternatively on either's LIVE ticker or the TuneIn radio stream! The choice is up to you, but make sure to tweet in your opinions to @Bundesliga_EN as well!

Watching the Bundesliga from abroad? Not sure which channel is covering the most-exciting league in the world in your country? Well have no fear, has got you covered! Discover your local television broadcaster by clicking here.

Virtual predictor

There are still little over 24 hours until Bayern play Dortmund, so why not have a foretaste of the action with EA Sports' FIFA 15? And there's plenty more where it came from on the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel:

And staying with our Halloween theme, get in the trick or treat mood with a look at this picture gallery, which highlights the bogey teams of each of the Bundesliga's 18 sides - there are a few surprises in there too!

FC Bayern attacking midfielder Thomas Müller (l.) spoke about the dangers of a wounded Dortmund side ahead of Saturday's clash, who are without a win since Matchday 3. "Perhaps they will actually find it a bit easier against us," he said. "They can defend deeper and don't have to take the game to us. We're the ones who need to find a way to break them down and then take our chances in front of goal. With the team they've got, Dortmund will always be dangerous."

According to information in German sports magazine kicker, Leverkusen are sweating on the fitness of key attacking midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu ahead of their Matchday 10 visit to Hamburger SV. The free-kick specialist suffered bad bruising and a cut on the heel during the Werkself's victory on penalties over 1. FC Magdeburg in their midweek and hasn't trained since. Calhanoglu has travelled to his former club but will be assessed by medical staff before Saturday's game.

Germany international centre-back Antonio Rüdiger (r.) is likely to return to the Stuttgart starting XI for their home game against Wolfsburg. After sitting out the 5-4 win at Frankfurt last week following his performance against Leverkusen on Matchday 8, head coach Armin Veh confirmed "there’s a good chance [of him playing]. I have a lot of faith in him, although he isn’t yet performing quite consistently enough.”

A Gelsenkirchener by birth, today’s clash away to home-town club Schalke marks a very special occasion for Augsburg attacker Halil Altintop, although the former 38-time Turkey international insists sentiments will be put aside against the Royal Blues. “We have shown what we’re capable of," said Altintop, who wore S04's blue-white shirt in 96 matches between 2006 and 2010. "We’ll have to be clinical and then I’m sure we can get a result in Schalke.”

Dortmund may have been struggling in the league of late, but former Schalke 04, Hertha and Hamburg boss Huub Stevens believes 15th-placed Borussia have what it takes to get back on equal footing with Bundesliga pacesetters Bayern. “BVB have the potential to bounce back,” the Dutchman told, despite admitting the tough task ahead for Jürgen Klopp’s men: “Bayern are the best side in the world.”

Schalke and Augsburg get the Matchday 10 ball rolling this evening at home to FC Augsburg. The Royal Blues have a few injury concerns ahead of the fixture as they look to bounce back from a first defeat under new coach Roberto Di Matteo, while the visitors are determined to improve their shoddy away form this term.

Get the full lowdown in our match preview here.

It's that time of year again... get into the spirit of Halloween with a look at some of the most frightful moments from Bundesliga history in the video below, courtesy of the Bundesliga's offcial YouTube channel:

Good morning everyone!

After a brief flirtation with the DFB Cup second round in midweek, the Bundesliga clubs are back in action in Germany's top flight again this weekend, with several mouth-watering encounters in store. As ever, we've got a comprehensive Matchday 10 package lined up, so stay with us for all the latest news, reaction, interviews and much more besides!