Bielefeld's 100 per cent winning start is no more, while Fürth head coach Janos Radoki paid for a fourth successive defeat with his job. rounds up the Matchday 4 action in Germany's second tier...

Arminia Bielefeld dropped points for the first time this season after being held to a 1-1 draw by fellow promotion candidates Union Berlin. Jeff Saibene's side slipped to third as a result, following wins over Sandhausen and Duisburg for Düsseldorf and Darmstadt respectively. Nuremberg's unbeaten start came to a surprise end away to Aue.

The Bundesliga 2 standings after Matchday 4


Ingolstadt picked up their first points of 2017/18 with a 1-0 victory at rock-bottom Fürth. Bochum also recorded their first win of the campaign, shading a five-goal thriller with hot and cold Dresden. Kaiserslautern dropped into the automatic relegation zone, despite salvaging a point at home to Braunschweig, and remain winless all season.

Top scorers

With a goal each on Matchday 4, Kiel's Marvin Ducksch and Nuremberg's Kevin Möhwald joined Regensburg's Jann George and Pauli's Christopher Buchtmann on three for the season.


Duisburg 1-2 Darmstadt

Furth 0-1 Ingolstadt

Regensburg 1-2 Kiel

Aue 3-1 Nuremberg

St. Pauli 1-0 Heidenheim

Sandhausen 1-2 Düsseldorf

Bochum 3-2 Dresden

Union 1-1 Bielefeld

Kaiserslautern 1-1 Braunschweig

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