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<b>25 October 2014:</b> VfB Stuttgart captain Christian Gentner (c.) celebrates one of his side's five goals in their topsy-turvy 5-4 victory away to Eintracht Frankfurt. The same remarkable scoreline was achieved only a matter of months previously... Lewis Holtby was the star man for FC Schalke 04 on Matchday 18 in January of the 2012/13 season, providing two assists and finding the net himself as <br>the Royal Blues downed Hannover 96 <b>5-4</b>. However, as far as high-scoring matches go, these first two are still some way off the top... Borussia Dortmund may be a Bundesliga heavyweight at present, but things weren't always quite as rosy. On 29 April <br>1978, BVB were hammered <b>12-0</b> by Borussia Mönchengladbach, a result that still stands as the league's joint highest-scoring match ever Unfortunately for BVB fans it was no one-off - they had witnessed their side <br> being dismantled <b>11-1</b> in the 1971/72 season against FC Bayern Munich The Yellow-Blacks have had their good days, though. Arminia Bielefeld bore the brunt of one backlash in <br>November 1982, when they turned on the style to romp to an <b>11-1</b> win in yet another twelve-goal game Bayern were filling their boots again in their former ground, the Olympiastadion, in May 1991. This time it was Hertha BSC Berlin who were <br>the victims, with the Bavarians running out <b>7-3</b> winners. The hosts ended the season in second place, while Hertha were relegated Fast-forward a few seasons to the modern era and any Werder Bremen supporters will happily recall when they sent VfL Wolfsburg home with their tails between their legs after a <b>7-2</b> thumping in September 1999. A young Claudio Pizarro (l.) hit a hat-trick in his debut Bundesliga season, with strike partner Ailton (r.) also scoring Bayer 04 Leverkusen racked up one of the Bundesliga's biggest ever away victories after brushing SSV Ulm 1846 aside <b>9-1</b> <br>in March 2000. Former Germany and Bayern star Michael Ballack (l.), Ze Roberto (c.) and Paolo Rink (r.) all found the net But the <i>Werkself</i> were given a taste of their own medicine more recently, being ruthlessly swept aside <br><b>7-4</b> by FC Schalke 04 in February 2006. Goalkeeper Hans-Jörg Butt (l.) clearly felt that scoreline Bremen had another another very profitable day - and Bielefeld another one to forget - in September 2007. Brazilian <br>midfielder Diego (l.) scored for the Green-Whites in an <b>8-1</b> success at the Weser-Stadion With an outside chance of catching up with Dortmund on the penultimate Matchday of the 2010/11 season, Bayern showed <br>no mercy to FC St. Pauli, hammering them <b>8-1</b>. Mario Gomez (l.) grabbed a hat-trick as St. Pauli's relegation was sealed
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