Munich - Off the Ball, bundesliga.com’s latest feature, casts an eye over the weird, wonderful and sometimes controversial tales to have emerged from Germany's top flight in recent days.

This week, we marvel at Mario Mandzukic's heading abilities, estimate how many goals Pierre-Michel Lasogga will score this season and reveal the identity of an Eintracht Frankfurt fan who will have enjoyed a better Sunday than most...

FC Bayern München's Croatian star usually guarantees you goals. He is joint-top of the Bundesliga scoring charts with seven strikes, three of which have come with his head. Incredibly, 20 of Mandzukic's 42 Bundesliga goals have been headers - more than any other player. If Hoffenheim wish to stifle the striker's aerial threat on Matchday 11, they could do worse than stick 1.98-metre tall Jannik Vestergaard on him...

may only have played 364 minutes for Hamburger SV this season, but he has made a major contribution to HSV's recent revival under new coach Bert van Marwijk. The 21-year-old has scored on six occasions, making him the most effective striker in the Bundesliga at the moment with an average of a goal every 61 minutes. If he keeps that up and plays every minute of every game until the end of the campaign, he'll end up on 41 goals. Now there's a challenge and a half...

Eintracht Frankfurt supporters are unlikely to have been in the best of spirits following their 4-1 defeat to Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 10, but one Eagles fan had a much more enjoyable and successful Sunday. Formula 1 star and passionate Frankfurt supporter Sebastian Vettel sealed his record-breaking fourth consecutive world championship after finishing first in the season's final race in Delhi. Let's hope his day wasn't ruined when he found out how his beloved Eagles had got on...

Take a look at some of the more light-hearted moments of Matchday 10, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel: