Bayern held again in Bundesliga
Bayern Munich's early-season euphoria has vanished after a 2-2 draw at 10-man Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga on Saturday for the German giant's third consecutive game without a win.
Rising star Joshua Kimmich looked to have dug Bayern out of a hole again, scoring to put the league leaders 2-1 ahead, minutes before the visitors' position was made even more comfortable with Szabolcs Huszti's sending off.
Huszti, who had cancelled out Arjen Robben's early goal, was shown his second yellow card for making a motion with his head toward Renato Sanches' forehead.
But Frankfurt — which hadn't scored in the league against Bayern since April 2011 — grabbed an unlikely equalizer when Timothy Chandler crossed for Marco Fabian to score with his chest from close range with 12 minutes remaining.
Bayern, which had won its first five league games, has now drawn against Cologne and Frankfurt, while it also lost 1-0 at Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.
Cologne, one of four unbeaten sides remaining, took advantage of Bayern's slip by beating Ingolstadt 2-1 at home to go second, two points behind Ancelotti's side.
WERDER BREMEN 2, BAYER LEVERKUSEN 1
Ousman Manneh, a 19-yearold former refugee thrust into the limelight due to injuries to Bremen's regular strikers, proved the hero with his first Bundesliga goal.
"I came here in 2014," Manneh said of his arrival from Gambia. "All I wanted to do was play football. That's what I followed until today I'm here. I'm very happy."
Zlatko Junuzovic fired Bremen ahead early, slamming home the rebound after Bernd Leno did well to block Manneh's initial effort.
Hakan Calhanoglu equalized shortly afterward.
The visitors kept up the pressure as Bremen was increasingly forced back. Calhanoglu drew a smart save from Felix Wiedwald before the break, when Bremen saw Serge Gnabry forced off injured. But Manneh stretched to grab the goal before the hour-mark, and Bremen held on for its second win under former under-23 coach Alexander Nouri.
COLOGNE 2, INGOLSTADT 1 Anthony Modeste fired Cologne ahead midway through the first half with his sixth goal of the season, stopping Yuya Osako's pass acrobatically with his first touch and then smashing it past Ingolstadt 'keeper Orjan Nyland with his next.
The French striker made it 2-0 with a penalty before the break, awarded after Tobias Levels brought down Osako, to become the league's top scorer.
Lukas Hinterseer scored the visitors' consolation from the penalty spot in the final minute.
Ingolstadt slipped bottom after failing to win any of its opening seven games.
MOENCHENGLADBACH 0, HAMBURGER SV 0
'Gladbach dominated but missed two penalties.
Hamburg, like Ingolstadt waiting for its first win, seemed in trouble when last defender Cleber was sent off in the 26th minute for bringing down Lars Stindl.
But Rene Adler saved the resultant penalty from Andre Hahn, while Stindl struck the crossbar with another penalty around the hour-mark. TV replays showed Ibrahima Traore fell easily under Douglas Santos' challenge.
AUGSBURG 1, SCHALKE 1 Schalke coach Markus Weinzierl was hoping for more from his visit to the club he coached for four successful seasons, after claiming just one win and five defeats from his first six games with his new side.
Nabil Bentaleb fired the visitors ahead with a brilliant strike from distance — in off the crossbar — in the 65th. The ball came out again but there was no doubt it crossed the line.
However, Daniel Baier equalized against the run of play for Augsburg with another fine shot to the top right corner.
Schalke striker Breel Embolo, who had earlier struck the post, was stretchered off with a broken left ankle after a clumsy challenge from Konstantinos Stafylidis. The club said the Swiss striker would be out for the rest of the year.
HOFFENHEIM 2, FREIBURG 1 Andrej Kramaric was the hero for unbeaten Hoffenheim with a late winner from the penalty spot, just minutes after Florian Niederlechner had cancelled out Sandro Wagner's first half goal.
Frankfurt's Marco Fabian, left, and Bayern's Renato Sanchez