Werner Scores On Bundesliga Return As Ten-man Leipzig Draw 2-2 With Cologne
Leipzig played the majority of the game with 10 men, after Hungary midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai received a straight red card for an elbow to the throat of Florian Kainz just before half time.
Werner put Leipzig 1-0 up in the 36th minute, when goalkeeper Marvin Schwaebe let his long-distance strike dip under his body and trickle across the line.
Cologne equalised just four minutes later however, when striker Florian Dietz dinked in from close range to chalk up his first ever Bundesliga goal.
"2-2 is acceptable, but for our aims (this season) its far from satisfactory." Leipzig manager Domenico Tedesco praised his side's resilience despite Cologne's numerical advantage, saying "I feel many teams would have lost that game today." Augsburg won 2-1 at Bayern Leverkusen thanks to a late goal from Andre Hahn in the 82nd minute.
Leverkusen, looking to rebound from a disappointing first round loss to Borussia Dortmund, went behind early when Augsburg midfielder Fredrik Jensen scored his side's first Bundesliga goal of the season.
The home side hit back in the shadows of halftime, with Chilean midfielder Charles Aranguiz expertly threading a low strike past several defenders and into the bottom corner of the net.
Bremen's Niclas Fuellkrug and Marvin Ducksch again combined to put the home side up early, with Fuellkrug getting on the board in the fourth minute.
Stuttgart equalised in the 38th minute through Wataru Endo, before Sasa Kalajdzic slid a perfect pass into the path of Silas Katompa Mvumpa in the 77th minute to put his side 2-1 up, before Burke secured a point for Bremen late.
Frankfurt, who have opened up their season with heavy losses to Bayern Munich and against Real Madrid in the midweek Super Cup, hit back just after half-time when Daichi Kamada took advantage of a Hertha defensive mistake to bring the score to 1-1.
Frankfurt had a late penalty overturned on VAR and Hertha held on to pick up their first point of the season.
In Sinsheim, Hoffenheim came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 against an impressive Bochum.
The game started furiously, with Bochum's Simon Zoller scoring in the 10th and 13th minute, before Hoffenheim's Christoph Baumgartner got one back for the home side in the 14th minute.
Hoffenheim had a chance to hit the lead in the 58th minute when they were awarded the first penalty of the Bundesliga season, but Bochum keeper Manuel Riemann saved well from Andrej Kramaric to keep the score 2-2.
The homeside took the lead in the 88th minute through a header to Munas Dabbur and held on for their first win of the season.
In Saturday's late game, Marius Buetler claimed promoted Schalke a point against Borussia Moenchengladbach with a 90th minute equaliser in a 2-2 draw.