Schalke and Wolfsburg maintained their perfect starts this weekend, while Nancy set the pace in France.
Reigning Ligue 1 champions Bordeaux can also boast a 100 per cent record during the early stages of the new season, but it is a different story in Holland.
Steve McClaren's FC Twente lead the way in the Dutch top-flight, but there are four sides locked together on seven points.
Elsewhere, Rangers and Celtic put in impressive showings on the opening weekend of the SPL season.
Schalke and Wolfsburg cannot be separated at the top of the Bundesliga table two games into the 2009/10 campaign.
Schalke lay claim to top spot at present, but only by virtue of alphabetical ordering.
They clambered to the summit on Sunday after a comfortable 3-0 victory over Bochum.
Last season's top dogs Wolfsburg boast an identical record to their rivals, though, and appear set to be among the frontrunners once again this time around.
They suffered a scare at pointless Cologne on Saturday, but three late goals, including one from summer signing Obafemi Martins, spared their blushes.
Hamburg, Borussia Monchengladbach, Eintracht Frankfurt, Mainz and Bayer Leverkusen all remain unbeaten after the weekend's action, while Bayern Munich have been held to back-to-back stalemates in their early outings.
Nancy have made a bright start to the new season and sit atop of Ligue 1 after a thumping success against Monaco in their latest fixture.
Pablo Correa's side plundered four goals without reply against the men from the principality, with Paul Alo'o Efoulou the star of the show as he bagged a brace.
The current holders of the French crown, Bordeaux, have also taken maximum points from their two games to date, although they were pushed all the way by Sochaux on Saturday.
Laurent Blanc's side were always in control of proceedings at Stade Auguste Bonal, but endured a nervy final few minutes before securing a 3-2 win.
Much-fancied Marseille are the only other side in France to have won both of their matches so far, with a narrow 1-0 victory over Lille on Sunday maintaining their impressive opening to the campaign.
FC Twente will be determined to go one better than their runners-up finish from last term this time around, and are making the early running in Holland.
They sealed a second victory of the season on Saturday as Blaise N'Kufo grabbed the only goal of the game against Den Haag to take Steve McClaren's men to seven points and top spot.
Martin Jol's Ajax did have a perfect record heading into the weekend, but a 4-3 reverse at arch-rivals PSV Eindhoven sees them lose ground.
RKC Waalwijk remain the only side in the division yet to get off the mark.
Rangers ended last season as the top side in Scotland and they have no intention of letting that standing slip.
Walter Smith's side took just 14 minutes to get their new season up and running against Falkirk, before going on to claim a comprehensive 4-1 victory.
Their efforts allowed them to edge ahead of Old Firm rivals Celtic, who opened the campaign with a 3-1 success at Aberdeen on Saturday lunchtime.
The Hoops also looked to be in fine fettle and that bodes well for them ahead of their UEFA Champions qualifier against Arsenal in midweek.
Kilmarnock were another side to enjoy an afternoon to remember this weekend as they saw off Hamilton Academical 3-0, while Hibernian also have three points in the bag after edging past St Mirren 2-1 at Easter Road.
Best of the rest
On a remarkable opening day to the Portuguese season, which brought six draws from seven matches, Braga are the only side to currently boast a perfect record.
Reigning champions Porto were held at Pacos Ferreira, while Benfica failed to see off Maritimo and Sporting Lisbon drew 1-1 at Nacional.
The usual suspects have already taken charge in Turkey, with Fenerbahce sharing top spot with Istanbul rivals Galatasaray.
The current holders of the Super Lig crown, Besiktas, have played just once so far, and were held 1-1 at surprise package Istanbul BB.