Defending champions Bayern München came from a goal down to claim a 2-1 win over Hoffenheim on Saturday and maintain their 100 percent record in the Bundesliga.
Kevin Volland equaled the record for the fastest goal in Bundesliga history as he shocked the Bavarians with a goal after just nine seconds at the Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena.
But Bayern grabbed an equaliser through Thomas Muller just before half-time and snatched it late on in dramatic fashion as Mario Gotze fed Robert Lewandowski who made no mistake in the 90th minute.
Elsewhere, Last year's runners up VfL Wolfsburg were held to a 1-1 draw by 1. FC Köln and needed a late equaliser from Nicklas Bendtner to earn a share of the spoils after Simon Zoller had given the hosts a lead in the first-half.
Hakan Calhanoglu got the only goal of the game as Leverkusen beat Hannover 96 1-0 at the HDI Arena to grab their second win of the season and maintain their winning start to the campaign.
It was a game of two halves at the Veltins Arena as Julian Draxler scored two minutes after the break to cancel out Konstantin Rausch's early strike and earn Schalke 04 a 1-all draw against Darmstadt.
It finished all square at the Commerzbank-Arena as there was no separating Frankfurt and FC Augsburg, with Marco Russ' snatching an equaliser late on after Caiuby put the visitors ahead.
In the day’s final fixture, Johan Djourou grabbed the points for Hamburger SV in an entertaining 3-2 win over VfB Stuttgart at the Volksparkstadion.
Daniel Ginczek netted a brace for the visitors but goals from Pierre-Michel Lassonga and Ivo Ilicevic ensured Die Roten got their opening win of the campaign.