It ends one apiece between Köln and Leipzig after a quiet second half follows an eventful first 45 at the RheinEnergieSTADION. - © © imago
It ends one apiece between Köln and Leipzig after a quiet second half follows an eventful first 45 at the RheinEnergieSTADION. - © © imago

MD5: Sunday as it happened

1. FC Köln and RB Leipzig remain unbeaten after drawing 1-1 to bring the curtain down on Matchday 5, after TSG 1899 Hoffenheim inflict a fifth straight Bundesliga defeat on FC Schalke 04.

Matchday 5 fixtures

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Sunday 25 September

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 2-1 FC Schalke 04 (15:30)
1. FC Köln 1-1 RB Leipzig (17:30)

Saturday 24 September

Hamburger SV 0-1 FC Bayern München (15:30)
1. FSV Mainz 05 2-3 Bayer 04 Leverkusen (15:30)
Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-0 FC Ingolstadt 04 (15:30)
Eintracht Frankfurt 3-3 Hertha Berlin (15:30)
FC Augsburg 1-0 SV Darmstadt 98 (15:30)
SV Werder Bremen 2-1 VfL Wolfsburg (18:30)

Friday 23 September
Borussia Dortmund 3-1 SC Freiburg (kick-off 20:30)

Recap Saturday's roller-coaster ride here

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Burke pleased with goal and a point

Koln 1-1 Leipzig reaction

Reaction - honours even

Full time! Köln 1-1 Leipzig

Both teams remain unbeaten as it ends all square. The efforts of last week’s midweek fixtures took their toll in the second half as the players visibly tired, but a draw was a fair result overall.

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67’ Köln 1-1 Leipzig

The pace of the game has, inevitably, dropped off somewhat compared to the first 45 minutes. Both teams still getting an A for effort, but the quality of the passing at key moments has let them down.

Köln 1-1 Leipzig

Under way - one change, Bernardo is on for Schmitz for Leipzig.

Half-time - Köln 1-1 Leipzig

The match remains finely balanced as the teams go into the break on level terms. Given their frenetic attacking efforts so far, it is difficult to see the score remaining the same after 90 minutes.

25' GOAL! Köln 1-1 Leipzig

The hosts are back in it thanks to a lovely strike from Yuya Osako! Konstantin Rausch played a low ball into the box from the left and the Japanese attacker nimbly turned his marker and lashed a left-footed effort high into the net from a tight angle. That's two in two games now for the 26-year-old.

18' - Köln 0-1 Leipzig

Burke is the first Scotsman to score a Bundesliga goal since Brian O'Neil found the back of the net for VfL Wolfsburg against Hertha Berlin in November 1999.

Kick-off - Köln 0-0 Leipzig

Twelve minutes later than advertised, we are under way at the RheinEnergieSTADION.

Koln v RB Leipzig coming up

65' - Hoffenheim 2-1 Schalke

Max Meyer enters the fray for Schalke and becomes the third youngest player in history to reach 100 Bundesliga appearances, aged 21 years and seven days. Timo Werner is set to usurp all that have come before him when he takes to the field for RB Leipzig in Cologne later today, however.

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55' - Hoffenheim 2-1 Schalke

Only five players have scored more Bundesliga goals in 2016 than Hoffenheim’s Mark Uth, who fires just over with a well-struck effort on the turn.

Hoffenheim 2-1 Schalke

Under way again, no substitutions from either side.

40’ GOAL - Hoffenheim 2-1 Schalke

Hoffenheim turn the tables on Schalke! Kerem Demirbay pounces on a mistake by Nabil Bentaleb, surges unchecked towards goal and guides a simple ball into the path of Lukas Rupp to slide home at the far post.

33’ - Hoffenheim 1-1 Schalke

Hoffenheim go to sleep as Klaas-Jan Huntelaar’s flicked header strikes Baumann’s left-hand post. Let-off for the hosts!

27’ - Hoffenheim 1-1 Schalke

Leon Goretzka collects Choupo-Moting’s deft lay-off and drives towards goal, but his left-footed strike is easily saved by Hoffenheim’s Oliver Baumann.

17’ GOAL - Hoffenheim 1-1 Schalke

Ralf Fährmann’s wait for a clean sheet goes on as Andrej Kramaric powers in a header to bring Hoffenheim level. It’s now 16 Bundesliga matches since Schalke last recorded a shut-out.

4’ GOAL - Hoffenheim 0-1 Schalke

Just what the doctor ordered for the visitors! Breel Embolo does brilliantly on the right-hand side of the Hoffenheim box, before digging out a cross that Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting stoops to head home.

15:30 - TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 0-0 FC Schalke 04

The game is under way on a gloriously sunny afternoon.

15:15 - Away fans in full effect

The Schalke faithful are looking good well before kick-off...

14:38 - Schalke team news

14:35 - Hoffenheim team news

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14:15 - Listen in

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13:33 - Schalke getting set

Looks like a decent day for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim v FC Schalke 04...

13:15 - Fabian praises fighting spirit

Marco Fabian praises Eintracht Frankfurt after their gripping 3-3 with Hertha Berlin on Saturday.

12:55 - Hoffenheim v Schalke

Neither side have any fresh injury worries ahead of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim v FC Schalke 04 this afternoon; here's how we think they could line up at the WIRSOL Rhein-Neckar-Arena.

Hoffenheim possible line-up: Baumann - Rudy, Süle, Bicakcic, Kaderabek - Polanski - Demirbay, Rupp - Uth, Kramaric - Wagner

Schalke possible line-up: Fährmann - Höwedes, Naldo, Nastasic, Baba - Bentaleb, Stambouli - Konoplyanka, Meyer, Choupo-Moting - Huntelaar

12:20 - Leipzig limbering up

No 'resting up' for RB Leipzig, they're preparing for their showdown with high-flying 1.FC Koln with a bit of a workout.

11:50 - Hamburg dismiss Labbadia

Despite a much-improved showing in defeat to FC Bayern München on Saturday, Hamburger SV have relieved Bruno Labbadia of his duties as head coach. The Red Shorts currently sit 17th in the Bundesliga with one point to show for their opening five matches of the season. More to follow...

11:00 - Guten Morgen!

We've already seen wins for Borussia Dortmund, FC Bayern München, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, FC Augsburg and SV Werder Bremen, but can rock-bottom Schalke break the losing cycle against Hoffenheim later this afternoon? Stay with us to find out!