Hamburg put four past Dortmund, while Bayern are held at home
Last Updated: 15/08/09 7:23pm
Guerrero: Starred for Hamburg
Hamburg were Saturday's big winners in Germany as they eased past Borussia Dortmund.
Paolo Guerrero was the star of the show at the HSH Nordbank Arena as he tormented Dortmund and got his name on the scoresheet after 12 minutes.
Guy Demel found the net after three minutes to open the scoring, while Ze Roberto (10) and Swedish starlet Marcus Berg (72) were also on target for the hosts.
Nelson Valdez (4) drew Dortmund level before Hamburg took control of proceedings.
Eintracht Frankfurt missed the opportunity to seal back-to-back victories as they were held 1-1 at home to Nurnberg.
Caio opened the scoring after 17 minutes, but Albert Bunjaku stepped off the bench to level matters on 65 minutes.
Bayern Munich have yet to secure a victory in two attempts this season after they could only muster a 1-1 stalemate with Werder Bremen at the Allianz Arena.
Mesut Ozil had the visitors in front six minutes before the interval, but Mario Gomez spared Bayern's blushes with an equaliser on 72 minutes.
Bayer Leverkusen have made a solid start to the 2009/10 campaign and were 1-0 victors over Hoffenheim this weekend.
Stefan Kiessling grabbed the only goal of the game after 67 minutes to hand Leverkusen all three points.
Stuttgart overcame Freiburg 4-2 as they enjoyed a productive afternoon at Gottlieb-Daimler Stadion.
Pavel Pogrebnyak put Markus Babbel's side on their way after 53 minutes, before Elson added a second from the penalty spot on 65 minutes.
Substitute Mohammadou Idrissou pulled one back for Freiburg on 70 minutes, but Elson was on target again six minutes later.
Idrissou bagged his second of the game five minutes from time, but it was not enough as Julian Schieber wrapped things up in the final minute.
Hannover and FSV Mainz played out a 1-1 draw, with all the action coming in three second half minutes.
Aristide Bance broke the deadlock on 53 minutes, only for Jiri Stajner to restore parity from the penalty spot on 56 minutes.
Saturday's late game then saw reigning champions Wolfsburg seal a 3-1 win at Cologne.
They left it late before turning on the style, with Fabrice Ehret opening the scoring four minutes into the second half.
Wolfsburg trailed until 17 minutes from time when Edin Dzeko bagged an equaliser.
A Pierre Wome own goal (74) and a late strike from substitute Obafemi Martins (87) then wrapped up a convincing success.