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Bayer Leverkusen's Karim Bellarabi hit the Bundesliga's fastest goal to help condemn title hopefuls Borussia Dortmund to a 2-0 defeat in their opening game Saturday.Bellarabi's strike was two seconds quicker than the previous record held by Bayern Munich's Giovane Elber and Leverkusen's Ulf Kirsten, both of whom scored in the 11th second of a Bundesliga game.The visitors needed just three passes after the kickoff to find the net.Last season's runners-up improved after the interval but Leno brilliantly saved a header from Ginter with six minutes remaining and denied Ciro Immobile a debut goal in the final minute of normal time.Schaaf spent last season out of football after spending 14 years at Werder Bremen and a 15th-minute goal from Swiss striker Haris Seferovic gave him plenty to smile about.Hoffenheim also scored two goals in three minutes as they beat Augsburg 2-0 .
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