A number of brilliant individual goals sees players from eight different clubs make Matchday 6's Team of the Week.
Timo Horn (1. FC Köln) Having produced some world class saves against FC Bayern München, Köln’s number one helped the Billy Goats become the first team to take points off the Bundesliga leaders this season, even managing to do so on Bavarian soil.
Juan Bernat (FC Bayern München) - The Spaniard earned himself a place in the team thanks to his fine left-wing cross to an unmarked Joshua Kimmich to give Bayern the lead on Saturday, and was a tireless presence throughout the encounter.
Lamine Sane (SV Werder Bremen) - The Senegalese defender was also effective up front during Matchday 6, heading from close range to equalise for Bremen in what was a tense match against SV Darmstadt 98.
Vincezo Grifo (SC Freiburg) - The attacker was vital to the Black Forest outfit, who took all three points in front of a jubilant home crowd at the Schwarzwald Stadium, scoring the only goal of the game early on against Eintracht Frankfurt.
Kerem Demirbay (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) - Persistently putting pressure on the Ingolstadt defence, Demirbay provided a constant threat, but his first ever Bundesliga goal is what gets him into Matchday 6’s Team of the Week.
Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München) - The 21-year-old makes it two successive Matchdays as part of the Team of the Week. His fine diving header against Köln at the weekend took his tally to six goals in seven matches for club and country
Breel Embolo (FC Schalke 04) - The driving force behind the Royal Blues' first win and points of the season, Embolo was a lively figure throughout and crowned a fine individual display with a brace in their victory over Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Anthony Modeste (1. FC Köln) - His sublime finish alone was enough to put Modeste in this week's Best XI. The acrobatic effort allowed Köln do what no one else had done in the Bundesliga this season, take points from Bayern.
Vedad Ibisevic (Hertha Berlin) - Having scored his 96th and 97th Bundesliga goal against Hamburger SV, Ibisevic is now the Bundesliga’s highest scoring Bosnian in history. To cap it all off, he became a father over the weekend too!
Watch Ibisevic shares his delight at winning three points: