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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Mainz 1 0 1 3
9 Ingolstadt 1 0 1 3
10 Hamburg 1 0 1 3
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Borussia Dortmund thrash Ingolstadt to continue perfect start

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Borussia Dortmund joined Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen at the top of the Bundesliga thanks to an ultimately comfortable 4-0 win over top-flight newcomers Ingolstadt.

Matthias Ginter and Marco Reus settled Dortmund's nerves with a quickfire double around the hour mark just as it was beginning to look as though the first visitors to Ingolstadt in the Bundesliga were going to be frustrated by their hosts.

Shinji Kagawa added a third with six minutes to go and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finished...

Ingolstadt start with a win

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Ingolstadt marked their Bundesliga debut with a 1-0 win at Mainz, which came thanks to Lukas Hinterseer's historic strike.

Jairo Samperio wasted a good early chance before Mainz had a goal ruled out for offside as their guests, the 54th club to play in the Bundesliga, took time to find their feet.

Once they did settle, Ingolstadt started to gain the upper hand and took the lead midway through the second half with Hinterseer scoring their first ever goal in the Bundesliga.

The 66th-minute goal was a...

 By Uli Hesse

Following FC Ingolstadt's remarkable rise to the German Bundesliga

FC Ingolstadt 04 mathematically secured the top seed in 2. Bundesliga after building a seven-point gap at first place.

The start was, to say the least, inauspicious. On July 31, 2004, FC Ingolstadt 04 travelled to SC 04 Schwabach, a small town near Nuremberg, to open the new season in the fourth division of German football.

Less than 600 people watched a drab 0-0 draw. The referee booked four players, all of them visitors, which tells you how hard-fought the draw was for Ingolstadt.

Schwabach's star signing, former Nurnberg striker Jurgen Falter, missed three golden opportunities, leading his coach Uwe Neunsinger...