Recap the highlights from the opening weekend of Bundesliga action...
19:32 - TRANSFER UPDATE
Leipzig announced an exciting new signing at the final whistle, with Scottish winger Oliver Burke arriving on a five-year deal from Nottingham Forest.
FULL TIME – HOFFENHEIM 2-2 LEIPZIG
A thoroughly entertaining match ends all square, probably a fair result on the balance of play. Leipzig will arguably be the happier of the two after that last-gasp equaliser ensured their Bundesliga debut did not end in defeat.
90' – HOFFENHEIM 2-2 LEIPZIG
Amazing scenes! Hoffenheim appeared to have the points in the bag but then Leipzig' right-back Benno Schmitz pops up on the right and delivers a sumptuous ball across the face of goal. Marcel Sabitzer charges in at the back post and pokes the ball over the line to equalise!
83' – HOFFENHEIM 2-1 LEIPZIG
Hoffenheim look to have snatched the win thanks to an outstanding goal on the counter. After winning possession in their own half, Sebastian Rudy powers forward and his clever reverse pass puts Mark Uth one-on-one with goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi, who gets a touch on the striker's shot but cannot prevent it from going in.
73' – HOFFENHEIM 1-1 LEIPZIG
It's a gripping finale, with both teams going for the win, rather than settling for a point. The visitors go close to taking the lead for the first time, but somehow Baumann saves Marcel Sabitzer's shot to keep Hoffenheim level.
58' – HOFFENHEIM 1-1 LEIPZIG
Hoffenheim's lead lasted just a matter of minutes, with Leipzig hitting straight back, and it is Dominik Kaiser setting a captain's example with his and Leipzig's first ever goal in the Bundesliga. Game on!
55' – HOFFENHEIM 1-0 LEIPZIG
Lukas Rupp has marked his Hoffenheim debut with a goal, sweetly striking the ball low into the bottom right-hand corner as Lepizig failed to clear their lines sufficiently from a corner. So it's not going to end goalless, but then did anybody really think it might?
51' – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
Pirmin Schwegler has been sent on for Hoffenheim to make his 50th Bundesliga appearance for the club. Coach Julian Nagelsmann clearly saw the need for some change with his side under quite a lot of pressure in the first half, and that pressure is continuing with Leipzig on the front foot again in the second half.
SECOND HALF – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
The final 45 minutes of the opening weekend of Bundesliga action is underway and the way the first half was, it would be a surprise if it ended in the first goalless draw of the season.
HALF-TIME – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
A very entertaining first half at the Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena with league newcomers Leipzig looking excellent value for their place as the 55th club at German football's top table. Their captain Dominik Kaiser has had a few good efforts, but Oliver Baumann has held firm in the Hoffenheim goal.
43' – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
After curling a shot just wide of the far post, Kaiser again hits the target, and once again Baumann is there to thwart him. It is quite surprising that this game has got so far without a goal being scored yet.
35' – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
How about a statistic to confirm how exciting this final Bundesliga game of the opening weekend has been? Well, there have been ten shots on goal already from Leipzig and five from Hoffenheim. That is a rather telling statistic, even if the main one continues to show two zeroes.
30' – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
Baumann being kept very busy in the Hoffenheim goal, but he is responding to everything Leipzig are throwing at him. Still goalless in Sinsheim, but you get the impression that will not last for long.
5' – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
What a start in Sinsheim! Both sides have already had great chances to open the scoring in a lively and entertaining opening. Sebastian Rudy's effort was tipped over expertly by Peter Gulacsi at one end before Oliver Baumann is forced to show his reactions to deny Marcel Sabitzer.
KICK-OFF – HOFFENHEIM 0-0 LEIPZIG
We are underway in Sinsheim, where RB Leipzig have become the 55th club to appear on the Bundesliga stage.
FULL TIME – HERTHA 2-1 FREIBURG
Heart-breaking for Freiburg, who thought they had snatched a point, but Hertha take the spoils with that last-gasp Schieber winner.
90+5' – HERTHA 2-1 FREIBURG
Don't speak too soon! Hertha have regained the lead with almost the last kick of the game, Julian Schieber somehow slotting the ball in with a deflection.
90+3' – HERTHA 1-1 FREIBURG
It's a great header from Freiburg captain Höfler from Grifo's corner which may well have snatched Freiburg a point in the capital. Just a few minutes left now and Hertha have only ten men, with Per Skjelbred limping off only seconds before that goal with an injury.
90' – HERTHA 1-0 FREIBURG
Darida gets a standing ovation as he leaves the field with Jens Hegeler coming on. A defensive change for Hertha, looking to preserve the points.
77' – HERTHA 1-0 FREIBURG
That goal from Darida means he has scored Hertha's last two: the final goal they scored in the 2015/16 campaign and their opener of the new season. Furthermore, his last five goals have all made it 1-0 to Hertha.
62' – HERTHA 1-0 FREIBURG
It was in the air and Hertha have broken the deadlock. Darida supplies it, making room for a right –foot shot from just inside the penalty area, placed perfectly beyond Schwolow's reach. He lifts one arm in celebration, but out of respect for his former club, he does not get too carried away.
SECOND HALF - HERTHA 0-0 FREIBURG
Back underway at the Olympiastadion and Niklas Stark appears to know the key to victory for the hosts:
16:17 - Coming up
It's half-time in our opening Sunday fixture, so a good time to remember what is coming up later on today.
HALF-TIME - HERTHA 0-0 FREIBURG
The half-time whistle blows with no goals as yet in the German capital, where the mercury has hit 35 degrees.
39' – HERTHA 0-0 FREIBURG
Grifo's shot takes a wicked deflection and loops up onto the roof of the net – a let-off for Hertha as that ball could have gone anywhere. A cloud has covered the sun and the pace of the game has just picked up.
25' HERTHA 0-0 FREIBURG
It's a sweltering day in the capital and perhaps that's why this game is yet to really get going. Florian Niederlechner has been lively for the visitors but neither defence has truly been troubled. The players have just taken a breather to replenish their fluids.
14:40 - Line-ups
The teams are in for today's first Bundesliga fixture:
14:23 - Leno fine
Bernd Leno took quite a pummelling in the Leverkusen goal on Saturday, so much so he underwent tests on Sunday morning. The good news for Leverkusen and Germany fans is that he has a clean bill of health and can report for national team duty on Monday!
13:36 - All the fours for Gladbach
An interesting fact from Borussia Mönchengladbach, who have started the season with four straight wins (two in the UEFA Champions League, one in the DFB Cup and one in the Bundesliga). The last time that happened was 44 years ago, when they went on to finish fifth and lift the DFB Cup. A good omen, perhaps?
13:14 - Jung injured
It has certainly been gruelling first weekend of action in the Bundesliga with Hamburger SV the latest club to report an injury. Gideon Jung has torn muscles in his hip and will miss two to three weeks. He came off midway though the second half of Hamburg's 1-1 draw with Ingostadt on Saturday.
12:44 - Streich returns
Christian Streich is back in the Bundesliga with his SC Freiburg side heading to the capital for their first game back in the top-flight after a season-long sabbatical in Bundesliga 2. Find out more about him and his side by consulting our match preview here.
12:30 - Schürrle backs out
Dortmund's Andre Schürrle will not be reporting for international duty this week due to a back problem, his club have confirmed.
12:01 - Schalke blow
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is set to spend the next few weeks in Gelsenkirchen recovering from the injury he picked up on Saturday, rather than representing his country Cameroon.
11.00 - Guten Morgen!
The new Bundesliga campaign is already off to a great start. Goals have been raining in and the league's sharpest shooters have already found their range. Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang notched two goals against Mainz after Bayern superstar Robert Lewandowski had scored a hat-trick against Bremen on Friday. The race to finish top scorer is already off to a blistering start. Sunday sees newly-promoted SC Freiburg mark their return to the big-time with a trip to the capital to face Hertha Berlin, while RB Leipzig take their Bundesliga bow at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.