bundesliga.com brought you LIVE updates throughout the encounters, which you can relive here... here, and catch up with the Bayer 04 Leverkusen latest ahead of their home game with Real Sociedad here. FULL TIME!: Phew! On the balance of play Schalke were just about the better side. Basel are a quality team remember, they beat Chelsea in London on Matchday 1, so this is a huge win for the Bundesliga club. Six points from six, you can't get better than that. FULL TIME!: in Dortmund, who deservedly take their first Champions League points of the campaign. A couple of minutes to go for Schalke...
Basel 0-1 Schalke89' Come on Schalke, just a couple of minutes left. If Jens Keller's charges hold on to victory, they'll stay top of Group E with a maximum six points from their opening two games. Chelsea are beating Bucharest 4-0.
Dortmund 3-0 Marseille87' Dortmund are cruising now, but Marseille have not given up just yet and continue to attack, albeit without making any serious inroads into the home defence.
Basel 0-1 Schalke82' Going in front has affected Schalke badly. They're retreated into their shell and are letting Basel come forward. In doing so, the hosts are growing in confidence and are pushing hard for an equaliser.
Dortmund 3-0 Marseille80' GOAL!: Lewandowski steps up and smacks the ball low straight down the middle, with Mandanda having dived to his right. That's his second of the night and also his second in the competition this season.
Dortmund 2-0 Marseille79' PENALTY! Reus goes down in the box...
Basel 0-1 Schalke71' Despite Schalke wobbling slightly, Basel haven't been able to take advantage and are looking rather shell-shocked after going behind to Draxler's wonder strike. Needless to say the Schalke No10 is now being watched like a hawk. Boateng and Szalai seem to have taken their feet off the pedal somewhat.
Dortmund 2-0 Marseille69' Marseille are decent enough in midfield and can hold on to the ball well but - I don't want to tempt fate here - have looked pretty harmless up front until now. You sense that Dortmund might have some joy at the other end, with Aubameyang loitering dangerously on the shoulder of the last man.
Basel 0-1 Schalke62' After going in front, Schalke are curiously looking more nervous and are struggling to clear their lines and keep hold of the ball at present. Timo Hildebrand's sliced clearance from a relatively simple back-pass is indicative of the side's mindset right now.
Dortmund 2-0 Marseille
Nach einer Standardsituation ;) // And yes: We scored from a set piece. #bvbom 2-0— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) October 1, 2013
Basel 0-1 Schalke54' GOAL!: This is a strike you'll want to watch on loop, a simply sensational effort from Draxler. The ball bounces to the midfielder 20 yards out and he contorts his body to strike it first time, slicing it to spin away from the desperate dive of the goalkeeper and into the top corner. Stunning.
Basel 0-0 Schalke53' Schalke go desperately close to breaking the deadlock with the best chance of the game. Draxler turns on the after burners down the left and skips past his marker, dinking a deep cross to the back post. Meyer returns it to Szalai who can't quite poke it in at the front post. The ball is cleared to the edge of the area, where Neustädter is waiting to smash a volley on to the bar!
Dortmund 2-0 Marseille52' GOAL!: Marco Reus curls in a looping free-kick from deep, which evades everyone in the box and bounces awkwardly in front of Mandanda who spills the ball and allows it over the line. SECOND HALF: The action is underway once more... Wise words:
If anything, BVB need another goal for insurance... #BLUCL— Juri (@electricprophet) October 1, 2013
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Basel 0-0 Schalke44' Adam Szalai comes on to replace Peruvian flier Jefferson Farfan, who hobbles off with what looks like a groin injury.
Basel 0-0 Schalke43' Roman Neustädter goes mightily close for Schalke. Dennis Aogo swings in a left-footed free-kick from the right and Neustädter, twisting his body in the air, sends a bouncing header just wide of the post. In the other Group E game tonight, Chelsea are 1-0 up in Bucharest.
Dortmund 1-0 Marseille37' The intensity of the match has eased off somewhat over the last few minutes. Marseille have found their footing and are well-organised at the back. It looks like Dortmund's best chances tonight are going to come on the counter, not that they'll mind that to much...
Basel 0-0 Schalke33' Having conceded three, let's be honest here, rather sloppy goals against 1899 Hoffenheim at the weekend, Schalke are looking far more sure-footed at the back tonight. Captain Benedikt Höwedes has got his game face on and is marshalling things expertly in defence.
Dortmund 1-0 Marseille
WHOAH! That's some beautiful football, indeed! #bvbom 1-0— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) October 1, 2013