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It will take much longer than that for us to find the right system," the coach said at the same press conference.
The Swiss coach will again be without Paco Alcacer, who scored from the bench on his debut against Eintracht Frankfurt last week, while Mario Götze and Julian Weigl weren't picked to travel with the squad.
Danish midfielder Thomas Delaney could return from a knee injury. While his opposite number still needs time to get his ideas across, Nagelsmann's team are definitively his own.
While the slow domestic start may trouble him, Hoffenheim also struggled early last season before losing just one of their last 11 games to finish in a record-high third position.
Nagelsmann suggested after Wednesday's draw , that he was aware of the perils of regular games, particularly as Dortmund have had an extra 24 hours to recover.
The result is fair, due to the final quarter of an hour. Despite their decent start, Dortmund have still not won a Bundesliga game on the road since February.
The chance to put seven points between them and a side that finished above them last term should enhance the motivation to end that wretched run.
Bayer Leverkusen host Mainz in a match that looks straightforward, until you consider that the Zero Fivers have already picked up seven points.
There are two camps: Some wish me well, but others express displeasure. Fortuna Düsseldorf Friday, 8: Werder Bremen Hertha Berlin vs.
Borussia Dortmund Nuremburg vs. Bayern Munich Saturday 6. RB Leipizig Sunday 6pm. There was drama even in the final game of the weekend as Freiburg and Stuttgart shared the points in a six-goal thriller.
Jerome Gondorf scored in the first minute and from a free kick, but a brace from Mario Gomez and a first ever Bundesliga for Emiliano Insua had Stuttgart ahead.
Super sub Luca Waldschmidt leveled the scores though in a dramatic return to the dugot for Christian Streich. The trend of late goals continued in Sunday's first game when Nuremberg made Werder Bremen pay for not scoring a second by equalizing in stoppage time.
After a brilliant strike from outside the area by Maximilian Eggestein had given the home side the lead, Werder should have added more.
And deep into stoppage time, Virgil Misidjan made the home side pay. That's three matches and three defeats for Schalke in a sorry start to the season for last year's second-placed finishers.
And to make matters worse the Royal Blues face Bayern Munich next. For hosts Gladbach, it was three big points sealed with an early and a late goal.
But Schalke generated many excellent chances to get back in the game, only to squander them. Emil Forsberg, Timo Werner, goal.
This tried and tested formula was repeated twice as Leipzig sealed a tricky home win against stubborn opposition. A win was due, after Leipzig lost and drew their opening two.
Home fans suffered an early scare at the Allianz when Leverkusen took the lead at the second attempt from the penalty spot. But Bayern were back in control within a quarter of an hour.
Red-hot Corentin Tolisso netted another, but later picked up an injury. Arjen Robben gave the hosts the lead with a splendid volley.
No prizes for guessing which foot he used. Neither could maintain their perfect record, but both the season's fast-starters remain unbeaten after their encounter.
Both sides scored in stoppage time, including a cheeky low free kick underneath the wall from Ondrej Duda. However, Admir Mehmedi was on hand to restore parity for the Wolves off the bench three minutes after the 90 had elapsed.
Paco Alcacer starts his Dortmund career as he means to go on, with a late goal after coming off the bench. Two super subs helped seal the win for Dortmund.
Prior to Alcacer's strike, Jadon Sancho provided a magical assist for Marius Wolf, restoring Dortmund's lead at a critical stage of play, moments after Frankfurt equalized.
Late goals were the order of the day on Saturday afternoon, with eight goals scored in the last five minutes across the five fixtures. Two fell in this match, first Hoffenheim's 86th-minute equalizer and then Dodi Lukebakio's winner with just two minutes left to play.
As well as the Watford loanee, Arsenal loanee Reiss Nelson netted for the losers. This tussle turned into a story of disallowed goals and impact substitutions.
Both sides had first-half goals disallowed, first Augsburg and then Mainz, before three substitutes scored all the goals in the last 10 minutes.
Augsburg took a huge away lead, only to lose it in the dying seconds. Alexandru Maxim netted the third and final goal from range.
Up front, Joelinton and Andrej Kramaric offered a constant threat which Dortmund couldn't match. Ermin Bicakcic thought he'd doubled Hoffenheim's lead in the second half but the Bosnian's header was correctly ruled out by VAR for offside in the build-up.
Abdou Diallo was then sent off for Dortmund after grappling with Kramaric in a somewhat controversial decision. Despite being a man down, Dortmund came back into the game - thanks partly to the introduction of Maximilian Philipp who went up front and allowed Reus to drift deeper and wider and get involved with the play.
And that's where the equalizer came from, as the Dortmund captain ran in behind and crossed for Pulisic to finish, rescuing a rather fortunate point for Lucien Favre's team.
Schulz's shot-cum-cross falls to Belfodil at the back post but somehow, from two yards out, the substitute puts it over. Reus crosses again from the left hand side of the box but it just avoids Max Philipp in the middle.
Hoffenheim Borussia Dortmund Pulisic Reus latches onto Schmelzer's ball down the right and dribbles into the box before crossing low across goal, where Pulisic is waiting to tap the ball home.
They're down to ten men, but Dortmund are level. Delaney's follow-up goes wide. That was wasteful from Dortmund.
Replays shows both players grappling with each other and the decision seems harsh to me. But the VAR reviewed the decision and upheld it - incredibly, in this writer's opinion.
Shinji Kagawa is replaced by Maximilian Philipp. Mo Dahoud is replaced by Thomas Delaney Dahoud was on a yellow card and was fortunate to get away with a pull on Schulz moments earlier.
Plus, Delaney's introduction should help stem the flow of Hoffenheim attacks. It's also clear that Borussia Dortmund are living extremely dangerously here.
Correct decision, but it took far too long and I doubt anyone inside the stadium is aware of what has happened. Despite BVB starting well, the hosts finished the half stronger and fully deserve their lead.
While the visitors have failed to create a single dangerous opportunity, Hoffenheim have impressed with slick passing down both flanks, Zuber and Schulz combining well on the left and debutant Joshua Brenet working hard up and down the right.
Hoffenheim Borussia Dortmund Joelinton After another penetrating run from Zuber, down the middle this time, Diallo fails to clear and the ball falls to Joelinton on the edge of the box.
The Brazilian slides the ball past Bürki, who is helpless this time. It has been coming! The latter crosses and Joelinton heads wide at the near post.
The hosts are finishing the half much stronger, with clinical moves down both flanks. Joelinton gets to the by-line and cuts the ball back across the face of goal where it evades everyone.
That only needed a touch and Hoffenheim would have been ahead. Dortmund are still yet to create a real chance as we approach half-time, and the pace in their earlier attacks has disappeared.
Moments later, the year-old is released again down the right. He cuts inside past Schmelzer but his shot, and Kramaric's follow-up, are both blocked.
Schulz gets in behind Piszczek down the Hoffenheim left and crosses to Bittencourt who has the freedom of the Dortmund penalty area but Roman Bürki makes himself big and saves.
Another vital intervention from the Swiss stopper. The German clearly treads on the American's foot inside the box but Pulisic's sprawling fall is theatric and has probably worked against him.
In the stands Hoffenheim owner Dietmar Hopp announced during the week that he is pressing charges against over 30 Dortmund supporters who directed diffamatory or insulting chants and banners against him when these two teams last met on the final day of last season.
Hopp 78 has regularly been the target of insults from some sets of fans after financing Hoffenheim's rise from the village leagues to the Bundesliga.
Both coach Julian Nagelsmann and sporting director Alexander Rosen have expressed their hope pre-match that such chants are not repeated today, but some elements of Dortmund's support have vowed not to change their opinions.
Julian Nagelsmann and his team made their Champions League debuts in the week and had a significantly longer journey than BVB, travelling to Ukraine where they drew with Shakhtar Donetsk.
Andrej Kramaric TSG Hoffenheim right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left from a direct free kick. Abdou Diallo Borussia Dortmund is shown the red card.
Foul by Abdou Diallo Borussia Dortmund. Maximilian Philipp Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick on the left wing. Maximilian Philipp replaces Shinji Kagawa.
Foul by Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund. Axel Witsel Borussia Dortmund left footed shot from the right side of the six yard box is close, but misses to the right following a set piece situation.
Axel Witsel Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick on the left wing. Thomas Delaney Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Shinji Kagawa Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Marcel Schmelzer. Thomas Delaney tries a through ball, but Jadon Sancho is caught offside.
Assisted by Andrej Kramaric with a cross following a corner. Jadon Sancho replaces Marius Wolf. Thomas Delaney replaces Mahmoud Dahoud.
Corner, TSG Hoffenheim. Conceded by Abdou Diallo. Joelinton TSG Hoffenheim left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the bottom right corner.
Assisted by Steven Zuber with a through ball. Foul by Axel Witsel Borussia Dortmund. Lukasz Piszczek Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked.
Assisted by Christian Pulisic. Christian Pulisic Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick in the defensive half. Shinji Kagawa Borussia Dortmund left footed shot from the centre of the box misses to the left.
Assisted by Christian Pulisic with a cross. Conceded by Ermin Bicakcic. Joelinton TSG Hoffenheim left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Joelinton tries a through ball, but Andrej Kramaric is caught offside. Foul by Shinji Kagawa Borussia Dortmund. They are ready to continue.
Referee decision on field cancelled. Delay in match Borussia Dortmund. Leonardo Bittencourt tries a through ball, but Andrej Kramaric is caught offside.
Conceded by Christian Pulisic. Assisted by Steven Zuber. Leonardo Bittencourt TSG Hoffenheim right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Joelinton TSG Hoffenheim left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Joelinton TSG Hoffenheim header from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left.
Assisted by Nico Schulz with a cross. Hand ball by Marius Wolf Borussia Dortmund.