Regionalliga side Havelse sprung a major surprise by knocking Bundesliga side Nurnberg out of the DFB-Pokal 3-2 after extra-time.
Hamburg twice squandered the lead as it was dumped out 4-2 by 3.Bundesliga side Karlsruhe.
First-half goals from
And the third-tier outfit stunned its illustrious opponent with two goals in the final 12 minutes from
Werder Bremen crashed out after extra-time to Preussen Munster, from the same level of the game, after
The American equalised twice to ensure extra-time after first Eljero Elia and then
Eintracht Frankfurt had
Regionalliga side Wormatia Worms beat
Aalen beat 2.Bundesliga rival Ingolstadt 3-0 and Paderborn was beaten 3-1 by third-division
Kaiserslautern is through to the second round after a 3-1 victory at 2. Bundesliga rival Hansa Rostock.
Albert Bunkaju gave the visitor a 49th-minute lead before Hendrick Zuck doubled the advantage seven minutes later.
Johan Platt gave the home side hope with a goal 14 minutes from time, but Konstantinos Fortounis secured Kaiserslautern's progression in added time.
Fortuna Dusseldorf will join it after Stefan Reisinger netted a 76th-minute winner at SV Wacker Burghausen.
Mainz eased to a 4-0 win over Oberliga side Rossbach Verscheid. Adam Szalai scored twice before the break with Julian Baumgartliner adding to the tally three minutes after the interval.
Maxim Choupo-Moting completed the scoring after 62 minutes to seal progression.
After the disappointment of the DFB-Pokal semi-final exit to Stuttgart, Freiburg returns to the very same stadium on Monday (AEST) hoping for a "bonus" to what coach