Bayern Munich continued with their perfect start to the new campaign with a 7-0 thrashing of Bochum on Saturday afternoon.
The Bavarians have won five games in a row, including a 3-0 win away to Barcelona in the Champions League last week, and led by the mercurial Robert Lewandowski, they seem unstoppable.
Wolfsburg, who are yet to lose, dropped their first points this past weekend, after settling for a 1-1 home draw against Eintracht Frankfurt.
In Serie A, defending champions Inter Milan are atop the standings with 10 points, having won three and drawn once.
AC Milan have similar stats - three wins and one draw - but have an inferior goal difference.
The Rossoneri forced a 1-1 draw against former champions Juventus on Sunday evening, which left them winless from their opening four games.
The Massimo Allegri-led team is curerntly placed 18th with two losses and similar number of draws.
Real Madrid have put together four wins and a draw from their opening five games, pushing them to the top of the LaLiga table on 13 points.
Defending champions Atletico Madrid have won three and draw twice, sitting second behind Carlo Ancelotti's side.
Barcelona have played three games (W2 D1) sit 10th but could move up to fifth if they win against Granada on Monday night.
Paris Saint Germain remains the only side in Europe's top five leagues to have won all their opening fixtures.
The Parisians, under Mauricio Pochettino, have won all six matches so far, and sit atop the league with 18 points.
They had to come from a goal down on Sunday evening to beat Lyon 2-1, thanks to a penalty from Neymar and a 93rd-minute winner from Mauricio Icardi.
📈📉Here's how the table looks after Matchday 6 -- how did your team fare?— Ligue1 English (@Ligue1_ENG) September 20, 2021