City too good for Brighton
Earlier on Saturday, Manchester City confirmed its status as title favourite with a professional 2-0 win at promoted Brighton and Hove Albion in its opener.
Pep Guardiola's team enjoyed 76 per cent of possession, but scored only twice, through Sergio Aguero after 70 minutes and an own goal by Brighton defender Lewis Dunk five minutes later.
Hamburg stunned by unfancied club
Berlin, Germany - Top-flight Hamburg was sensationally knocked out of the German Cup in the first round on Sunday, suffering a 3-1 defeat to third division side Osnabrueck.
Hamburg’s misery was compounded by the fact that Osnabrueck played most of the game with ten men, after defender Marcel Appiah was sent off on 19 minutes.
After taking the lead through a smash-and-grab goal from Halil Savran five minutes before half-time, the underdog struck again through Marc Heider on the counter-attack with an hour played. Disastrous defending from Hamburg then allowed Ahmet Arslan to add a third in the 71st minute. Though Bobby Wood pulled a goal back from the penalty spot, it was too little too late for Hamburg.
First round results: 1860 Munich 1 Ingolstadt 2, Bonn 2 Hanover 6, Sportfreunde Dorfmerkingen 0 R B Leipzig 5, Schweinfurt 2 Sandhausen 1, Morlautern 0 Greuther Fürth 5, Saarbrücken 1 Union Berlin 2, Nöttingen 2 Bochum 5 Eintracht Norderstedt 0 Wolfsburg 1.
Other results: French League: Sunday: Strasbourg 3 Lille 0, Dijon 1 Monaco 4 ; Saturday: Nantes 0 Marseille 1, Amiens 0 Angers 2, Caen 0 Saint-Etienne 1, Bordeaux 2 Metz 0, Toulouse 1 Montpellier 0; Friday: Nice 1 Troyes 2, Rennes 1 Lyon 2.