The Bundesliga side were expected to be difficult opposition. However Chelsea were certainly expecting to get the better of the German side.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho decided to rest Diego Costa, who was struggling with his hamstring problems.
It did not seem to cause them any immediate problems, as Cesc Fabregas gave them an early lead. However they could not convert their early lead into victory, when Dutch hitman Klaas Jan Huntelaar did what he did best - and put the ball in the back of the net.
The Hunter netted in the 62nd minute after an assist from Julian Draxler. And he was clearly happy with scoring this goal in South West London.
He was on Twitter last night to reveal his happiness at scoring the goal that earned them a point in their opening Champions League tie.
The other two teams in Chelsea's group also drew last night, so all four teams are currently on one point. Chelsea will certainly have to do better to keep Huntelaar quiet when they head to Gelsenkirchen.