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Leipzig become first top-flight Bundesliga side to lose in DFB Pokal

Yussuf Poulsen and Leipzig crashed out of the DFB Pokal in the first round.

Leipzig became the first Bundesliga side to fall by the wayside in the DFB Pokal as the rest of the first-round ties went to form on Saturday.

The top-flight newcomers were involved in one of three games which went to a penalty shoot-out, but a miss from Dominik Kaiser cost Ralph Hasenhuttl a winning start to life in charge of the ambitious Bundesliga newcomers against Dynamo Dresden in the battle of two teams from the former East Germany.

Second-division Nurnberg and Arminia Bielefeld won their penalty shootouts against Viktoria Cologne and Rot-Weiss Essen respectively, while Halle pulled off something of a shock by ousting Kaiserslautern after extra-time.

Borussia Monchengladbach, whose coach Andre Schubert rung the changes to his team with this match sandwiched between the two legs of their Champions League playoff with Young Boys, scraped a 1-0 win at Drochtersen, but it was plain sailing for the other Bundesliga sides in action.

Cologne put seven past Berlin club Preussen without reply, Yuya Osako was on target twice and new signings Artjoms Rudnevs and Konstantin Rausch also found the back of the net for Peter Stoger's men.

Schalke beat Villingen 4-1 with Breel Embolo marking his debut with a goal for the Royal Blues, while Freiburg -- without their top-scorer from last season Nils Petersen, who was involved in the final of the Olympic Games on Saturday night -- defeated SV Babelsberg 4-0.

Vincenzo Grifo got two of their goals with Florian Niederlechner impressing with a goal as Petersen's deputy.

Elsewhere, there were 3-0 wins for favourites Stuttgart and Fortuna Dusseldorf against Homburg and Hansa Rostock respectively, while 2015 cup winners Wolfsburg won the late fixture 2-1 against FSV Frankfurt with Bas Dost and a Steffen Schafer own goal seeing Dieter Hecking's men through.

Eight further Bundesliga sides are in action on Sunday before the first round concludes on Monday with Hamburg travelling to Zwickau and Borussia Dortmund at Eintracht Trier.

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