Five things we learned from the Bundesliga
Reigning champions Bayern Munich started the new German League season with a 3-1 win over Hoffenheim, while Borussia Dortmund floored RB Leipzig to post the biggest win of the opening weekend.
Bayern Munich win sixth straight German league title
Bayern Munich were crowned Bundesliga champions for the sixth consecutive season on Saturday as James Rodriguez helped turn the game in their 4-1 comeback victory at Augsburg.
Hoffenheim draw keeps Hanover top of Bundesliga
In the first ever Bundesliga match to kick off at 1:30pm local time (1130 GMT), Germany striker Sandro Wagner powered home a header after just six minutes to give Hoffenheim the lead against Hertha.
Werner double helps Leipzig floor Freiburg
Leipzig scored four goals without reply in the second half, roaring back after falling behind in a poor first period on the back of losing their opening match of the season 2-0 at Schalke last weekend.
Bayern expected to win sixth straight title
"I'm tipping Bayern, but nothing is set in stone," said Cologne's coach Peter Stoeger. "If Usain Bolt can lose a 100 metres race, perhaps someone else can be champions in Germany."
Fifteen football matches to see this weekend
The battle for league titles, European places and top-flight survival intensifies this weekend across the major leagues in Europe.
Rampant Bayern win fifth straight German league title
After second-placed RB Leipzig were held to a goalless draw by Ingolstadt, Bayern wrapped up the title with a thumping away victory that left them 10 points clear with three games left.
Reus nets on return as rattled Dortmund bounce back
Germany winger Marco Reus scored on his return after six weeks out as Borussia Dortmund beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 on Saturday in their first Bundesliga match since the midweek bomb attack on their team bus.