Munich - FC Bayern München skipper Philipp Lahm set a season, as well as an all-time personal best on Matchday 9, while Hannover 96 once again failed to find the net away from home.

bundesliga.com rounds up the best stats from the ninth week of 2013/14 action in Germany's top-flight.

Not only did Lahm set a new season best, registering 148 touches in Bayern's 4-1 victory against 1. FSV Mainz 05, but that staggering figure also meant an all-time personal record for the 103-time international who was applied in defensive midfield before being moved to right-back after the break by head coach Pep Guardiola.

SV Werder Bremen and SC Freiburg played out the first goalless draw of the current campaign which was also Bremen's first since January 2012. Goals were generally at a premium on Matchday 9, the 26 goals being the joint-lowest goalscoring weekend so far, despite Sunday's two clashes producing nine strikes.

FC Augsburg have taken the lead in each one of their last four outings after breaking the deadlock in the 2-1 home defeat to VfL Wolfsburg, but quite amazingly have only registered a single point from those outings, a 2-2 home draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 7.

Safe from the spot: Marco Reus converted his third penalty in the current campaign, handing Borussia Dortmund a narrow 1-0 against Hannover 96. It was the 15th time Reus has broken the deadlock for die Schwarz-Gelben since joining from Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer of 2012. He's now found the net 27 times in all competitions for BVB.

Hannover 96 are yet to score or snatch a point away from home this season following their 1-0 loss to Dortmund. Mirko Slomka's men have suffered defeat in their last five away games, four in 2013/14 plus a 3-1 defeat to Bayer 04 Leverkusen from Matchday 33 last season.

Legwork masters: Dortmund's players put in the most legwork last weekend (124 km), midfield dynamo Sven Bender covering the most distance at 13.1 km. Jürgen Klopp even had the two quickest players in his side in Sokratis (34,8 km/h) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (34,2 km/h).

Martin Stranzl edged closer to breaking a rather questionable record in Borussia Mönchengladbach's1-0 defeat at Hertha Berlin on Saturday, being sent off for the seventh time in his Bundesliga career. Former Germany international Jens Nowotny (Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Karlsruher SC) tops the list with eight red cards to his name.