75' Jonas Hofmann 1-0 // 86' (pen.) Marco Reus 2-0 // 89' 2-1 Kevin Kratz
Dortmund beat Eintracht Braunschweig 2-1 to go joint top
Borussia Dortmund faced Eintracht Braunschweig in the second of the Bundesliga season.
There was a reunion between the two managers, Jurgen Klopp and Torsten Lieberknecht, the two were teammates at Mainz.
The Dortmund fans were made to wait longer the usual for the opening goal.
Jonas Hofmann putting the finishing touch to a typically spectacular Borussia Dortmund move.
Hoffman was brought down in the box by Ermin Bicakcic as the home side were awarded a penalty.
Marco Reus converted the spot kick to make it 2-0.
There was time for Robert Lewandowski to get his name on the scoresheet, although he put the ball in at the wrong end.
It ended 2-1 to Dortmund as they go level on points at the top of the table.
In Nuremberg, Herth Berlin were looking to make it two wins out of two.
But it was the home side who struck first, Josip Drmic finishing well to make it 1-0
Sami Allagui equalised for Hertha Berlin with a deflected effort in the 61st.
Hertha Berlin then took the lead when brazilian midfielder Ronny converted a penalty.
The away side looked as though they would take all three points
But Japanese midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake had other ideas, his fantastic free kick made it 2-2, earning Nuremberg a point in the last minute.