Lewandowski Hat-Trick Hand Bayern First Win
Schalke 0-3 Bayern Munich
Robert Lewandowski grabbed the headlines after netting a hat-trick as Bayern Munich registered their first win of the season away to Schalke.
The Polish forward opened the scoring from the penalty spot after 20 minutes, before he netted the final two goals in the 50th and 75th minute.
The win sees Bayern move up to fourth spot, while Schalke sit in 12th spot after two rounds.
Fortuna Düsseldorf 1-3 Bayer Leverkusen
Bayer Leverkusen continued their dream start to the season as a 3-1 victory over Fortuna Düsseldorf kept their 100 perfect record on Saturday afternoon at Merkur Spiel-Arena.
Lewis Baker gave the visitors the lead with an unfortunate own goal in the sixth minute before Charles Aranguiz and Karim Bellarabi made 3-0 before the break.
Alfredo Morales pulled a goal back for Fortuna with eight minutes remaining, but that proved to be only the consolation as Leverkusen held on for a comfortable victory.
Hoffenheim 3- 2 Werder Bremen
Hoffenheim snatched their first victory of the season after running 3-2 winners over ten-man Werder Bremen in a five-goal thriller on Saturday afternoon at Prezero Arena.
Niclas Fullkrug broke the deadlock for Bremen three minutes before the break and Ermin Bicakcic levelled matters for the hosts ten minutes after the break.
Ihlas Bebou gave Hoffenheim a the lead just before the hour-mark before the visitors suffered a blow in the 77th minute when Johannes Eggestein was sent off.
However, Yuya Osako made it 2-2 for Bremen with nine minutes remaining but Hoffenheim used the advantage of playing with an extra-player as Pavel Kaderabek snatched the winner with two minutes remaining and clinched all the three points for the hosts.
Augsburg 1-1 Union Berlin
Augsburg were held to a 1-1 stalemate by recently promoted side Union Berlin, who played the last seven minutes with ten-man on Saturday afternoon at WWK-Arena.
Ruben Vargas broke the deadlock for the hosts a minute before the hour-mark before Sebastian Andersson levelled matters for Union Berlin with ten minutes remaining.
There was a moment of madness though three minutes later as Berlin were forced to complete the match playing with ten men after Keven Schlotterbeck was shown a straight red-card.
Mainz 1-3 Borussia Monchengladbach
Borussia Monchengladbach won their first match of the season after beating Mainz 3-1 on Saturday afternoon at Opel Arena.
Robin Quaison opened the scoring for Mainz in the 18th minute but Stefan Lainer levelled matters for the visitors just after the half-hour mark.
Alassane Plea gave Monchengladbach the lead with 13 minutes remaining while Breel Embolo sealed three points for the visitors two minutes later.
Paderborn 1-3 Freiburg
Freiburg maintained their perfect start to the season after cruising to a 3-1 victory over recently promoted outfit Paderborn on Saturday afternoon at Benteler-Arena.
Streli Mamba grabbed the lead for the hosts in just the third minute of the game but Gian-Luca Waldschmidt, Nils Petersen and Chang-Hoon Kwon sealed all the three points for the visitors.