Debut goals, record runs and finally a victory this season – this weekend the Bundesliga was full of thrills, spills and numerous firsts. bundesliga.com has summarised all the premiere moments for you from each game on Matchday 13.
Lewy's record of braces
Ahead of this clash on Friday night, 1. FSV Mainz 05 were searching for back-to-back wins over FC Bayern München for the first time ever after securing their first win in eight against the record champions in the last meeting in 2015/16. However, it was striker Robert Lewandowski who stole the headlines on the night as he scored his second of the game with an injury-time free-kick to become the first player in Bundesliga history to score four consecutive braces away at the same club.
Spot-kick woes give Freiburg hat-trick of firsts
This match was the first time in five and a half years that Bayer 04 Leverkusen failed to register a shot on target in the first half of a Bundesliga game but it was also the first time that Hakan Calhanoglu has scored in consecutive league games for Die Werkself. At the other end of the pitch, the SC Freiburg’s Janik Haberer grabbed his first-ever top-flight goal as the Black Forest outfit drew for the first time this campaign. There was also a first-ever Bundesliga appearance for right-back Lukas Kübler.
Hamburg finally off the mark
More firsts arrived on Sunday and the big news was that Hamburger SV secured their opening win of the campaign at the 13th attempt. The victory came courtesy of numerous other goal-scoring firsts as Michael Gregoritsch scored in consecutive Bundesliga games for the first time ever and then Matthias Ostrzolek tucked away his debut top-flight goal for a HSV side who were unchanged for the third game in a row for the first time in over four years. As for SV Darmstadt 98, this defeat was the first time they have suffered five competitive losses on the bounce since securing promotion to the third division in 2011.
Watch: Lewis Holtby reacts to Hamburg's first win of the season.
First strikes in Augsburg
The final fixture of Matchday 13 also did not disappoint with regards to firsts. FC Augsburg were on a club-record run of three league games without conceding heading into this match but soon fell behind to Branimir Hrgota’s first strike for Eintracht Frankfurt to let in their first goal in over 300 minutes of Bundesliga action. However, the Bavarians responded after half an hour when Dong-Won Ji struck with just Augsburg’s first shot on goal.