Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's fourth goal of the from-behind win over Mainz on Sunday, 4-2, at Coface Arena in the Bundesliga.

Andreas Ivanschitz and Elkin Soto scored in the opening 12 minutes for Mainz, but Huntelaar scored 12 minutes after half and goals Benedikt Howedes, Joel Matip and Christian Fuchs sealed the road victory.

After Huntelaar scored, Howedes headed in at the right post on 64 minute, then Matip tapped in a loose ball from just a couple yards out in the 82nd for the game-winner. Fuchs added the clincher in the 90th minute.

Schalke joined six other squads, including Mainz, on six points after three weeks of the season. Monchengladbach and Hannover sit atop the table on seven points, with Gladbach top on goal differential.

Hannover 1, Hertha Berlin 1

Hannover, Germany - Pierre-Michel Lasogga scored with seven minutes remaining to deny Hannover first place in the Bundesliga, as the clubs played to a 1-1 draw on Sunday the AWD-Arena.

Sergio Pinto scored in the first half for Hannover, which was trying to become the lone Bundesliga team to win its first three matches of the young season.

But Lasogga turned a Christian Lell cross into the bottom left late, earning a point for Hertha - its second of the season.

Hannover is level on points with surprise leader Monchengladbach, but sits two goals back on differential on the first tiebreaker.