Union Berlin took the lead in the table for the first time in their history with a 1-0 win in Cologne.
An early own goal by Timo Hubers was enough to win the summit, but shortly afterwards goalkeeper Marvin Schwabe missed the chance to make it 2-0 when goalkeeper Marvin Schwabe saved a penalty from Jordan Siebatcheu.
Cologne’s Luca Kilian was sent off with a yellow card nine minutes before the end.
Union’s lead was secured after Freiburg had to settle for second after a goalless draw at home to Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Real Madrid maintained their two-point lead over Barcelona at the top of LaLiga after coming from behind against Mallorca 4-1.
Vedat Muriqi’s 35th-minute goal looked like the visitors would take the lead at half-time, but Federico Valverde equalized just before the break and Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo and Antonio Rüdiger turned things around in the second half.
Real Sociedad, Europa League winners against Manchester United at Old Trafford, lost 2-1 at a struggling Getafe, who celebrated their first win of the season.
Unbeaten Atalanta drew 1-1 at home with newly promoted Cremonese and missed a chance to secure first place in Serie A against Napoli.
Merih Demiral put the hosts ahead in the 74th minute but his goal was equalized by Emanuele Valeri four minutes later.
Juventus’ frustrating start to the season took another turn with a chaotic end in a 2-2 home draw against Salernitana.
Leonardo Bonucci equalized in the third minute of added time before Arkadiusz Milik was sent off with a second yellow card after taking off his shirt to celebrate what he believed to be the winning goal, only to be overruled by VAR.
A scuffle ensued, with the visitors’ Juan Cuadrado and Federico Fazio being sent off while Juve manager Max Allegri was also sent off.
Salernitana had led 2-0 at half-time through Antonio Candreva and Krzysztof Piatek from penalties, only for Brazilian defender Bremer to boost Juve’s comeback early in the second half.
https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/union-berlin-bundesliga-mallorca-real-madrid-federico-valverde-b2164980.html Union Berlin is at the top of the Bundesliga for the first time in the club’s history