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.

The day after Halloween, we check up on the fitness of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, take a look at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Halloween costume and learn about paranormal happenings at Berlin's Olympiastadion...

He may not have played for FC Schalke 04 since picking up a knee injury in Matchday 2's defeat to VfL Wolfsburg, but finally seems to be on the mend. If you happen to be of a squeamish disposition, it might be best not to look too closely at the Dutchman's Twitter account, where he posted a picture of the stitches in his knee being removed. We've included the 30-year-old's tweet below, so feel free to take a look... if you're brave enough!

seemed keen to get into the Halloween spirit last night (see below), but the Borussia Dortmund forward has had his costume for quite some time. The striker, who was well-known for his Spiderman goal celebration during his time in France, posted a Halloween-themed picture of himself wearing the famous mask on Twitter. Aubameyang has not yet adorned the mask as a BVB player, however. Friday's game against VfB Stuttgart could be the perfect opportunity, provided he finds the net...

Hertha Berlin are flying. Jos Luhukay's team are currently fifth in the Bundesliga table and won a lot of plaudits for their display against FC Bayern München on Matchday 10, despite a narrow defeat. Hertha's fans are having the time of their lives, with 70,000 fans expected to flock to Berlin's Olympiastadion this weekend. However, the Berlin fans may simply be hoping to catch a glimpse of the ghost that was spotted in Hertha's changing room on Halloween. Hopefully, Mr. Luhukay knows who to call...

Enjoy some of the spookiest goals in Bundesliga history, courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: