Munich - Crunching the numbers from Matchday 30, it emerges that Borussia Dortmund feel particularly at home in Munich's Allianz Arena, where their coach Jürgen Klopp reached a milestone on Sunday.

bundesliga.com unravels all of the figures to bring you the pertinent facts from the latest round of Bundesliga action.

Borussia Dortmund's 3-0 win over FC Bayern München was not just a significant scalp for the Westphalians, but it was further proof that they are more than happy playing at the Allianz Arena. They have gone four games unbeaten in the Bundesliga in Munich, celebrating coach Jürgen Klopp's 200th game in charge of the club in style on Saturday evening.

FC Schalke 04 have turned their Veltins Arena into a real fortress with their 2-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Friday night. That took their total to 28 points from a possible 30 in their last ten home games. Frankfurt will be glad to see the back of Gelsenkirchen for another year, on the other hand - they have lost seven and drawn four there since the start of the millennium.

On the subject of struggling away from home, spare a thought for Hamburger SV coach Mirko Slomka. He is not happy anywhere these days. After losing all nine away games as coach of Hannover 96, he has also lost his first four trips at the helm of HSV. For Hamburg, Saturday's defeat to the 96ers was a seventh loss in a row away from home, and with a total of 17 defeats, they have already lost more than in any previous season.

There was one positive for Hamburg on Saturday, though, with converting his fourth direct free-kick of the season. No other Bundesliga player has found the target so often from a set-piece this season. Hoffenheim's Sejad Salihovic is hot on his heels after netting his third on Sunday while Schalke's Jefferson Farfan has a long way to go to catch them - his goal on Friday night was his first ever successful direct free-kick.

If there is any proof that all is not lost, even when you fall behind in the Bundesliga, then take a leaf out of VfL Wolfsburg's book. They were 1-0 down again on Matchday 30, but for the seventh time this season, they turned things around to win. That is more often than any other team this season, and a new club record too.

Thanks to his tenth successful direct free-kick - more than anybody else currently playing in the Bundesliga - Sejad Salihovic on Sunday became 1899 Hoffenheim's all-time top goalscorer. The Bosnian has found the back of the net 44 times for the club - one more than his compatriot .