Bundesliga 2 leaders Fortuna Düsseldorf maintained their unbeaten start to the season on Matchday 5, while struggling Greuther Fürth picked up their first point of the campaign. bundesliga.com rounds up the action...
Düsseldorf opened up a three-point lead at the top of the standings with a 3-2 win over faltering Union Berlin. Holstein Kiel's fine start to life in the second tier continued against Kaiserlslautern, but fellow promotion runners Darmstadt and Arminia Bielefeld were both beaten for the first time this term.
The Bundesliga 2 standings after Matchday 5
Kaiserslautern are still without a win following their loss at Kiel. Only rock-bottom Fürth have fared worse, although the Clover Leaves did pick up their first point away to Dynamo Dresden in Damir Buric's debut as head coach. A fourth defeat of the season leaves Ingolstadt hovering precariously above the relegation zone.
With a goal apiece on Matchday 5, Düsseldorf’s Florian Neuhaus and Marcel Sobottka and Duisburg's Moritz Stoppelkamp joined Kevin Möhwald (Nuremberg), Jann George (Regensburg), Marvin Ducksch (Kiel) and Christopher Buchtmann (St. Pauli) on three for the season.
Dresden 1-1 Fürth
Heidenheim 1-2 Regensburg
Ingolstadt 1-2 Aue
Bielefeld 0-4 Duisburg
Kiel 2-1 Kaiserslautern
Darmstadt 1-2 Bochum
Braunschweig 1-1 Sandhausen
Düsseldorf 3-2 Union Berlin
Nuremberg 0-1 St. Pauli