Köln - A Friday night guarantee, nuances in Bundesliga history and an exemplary debut for FC Bayern München’s new Spanish superstar were just three of the standout statistics to emerge from the second weekend of action in Germany’s top flight.

bundesliga.com takes a foray into the facts to bring you the quirkiest numbers from Matchday 2…

293 - Exactly 293 days after tearing two of his anterior cruciate ligaments in a 2-1 loss to VfL Wolfsburg on Matchday 12 of last season, Serbian international centre-back Neven Subotic made his return for Borussia Dortmund.

Including this weekend’s 3-2 victory in Augsburg, five-time Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten in their last 15 Friday evening encounters, the last six of which have all ended in victory.

66 Hoffenheim’s last shot in their 1-1 draw with SV Werder Bremen came in the 66th minute. Down a goal at half time, the hosts took control after the break, boasting 11 shots to 1899’s four in the second half having trailed eight to four in the first.

3 - Bundesliga top goalscorer Julian Schieber has scored as many Bundesliga goals in his first two games for Hertha Berlin as he did in the two years he spent at Borussia Dortmund.

Karim Bellarabi had eight shots on goal against Hertha Berlin - a new personal best for Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s 24-year-old. No other Bundesliga player has pulled the trigger as often this season.

400 - Hertha Berlin’s loss in their six-goal thriller with Bayer 04 Leverkusen was their 400th loss in the Bundesliga era.

All three of Anthony Ujah's Bundesliga goals to date have come against VfB Stuttgart. In November 2011 the Nigerian striker bagged a brace for 1. FSV Mainz 05, before adding to his tally by netting 1. FC Köln’s second in a 2-0 win on Saturday - a strike which registered a speed of 110km/h.

18 - VfB Stuttgart have gone almost 18 years without picking up a win on home soil against 1. FC Köln. Their last victory over the Karneval club came on 8 September 1996 courtesy of a 4-0 win.

4 - 1. FC Köln and SC Paderborn 07 have both collected four points from their first two games of the 2014/15 campaign, a nuance in Germany’s top flight, as it is the first time in Bundesliga history that the two promoted side have remained unbeaten going into Matchday 3.

In the 1-1 draw with FC Schalke 04, Robert Lewandowski scored his 75th Bundesliga goal in his 133rd appearance. It was the first time the Pole had netted for new club FC Bayern München and coincidentally came against the same side against whom he opened his Borussia Dortmund account.

84 - At the time of being substituted on his Bundesliga debut, former Spanish international Xabi Alonso had had the most touches of any player. FC Bayern München’s new summer signing had also covered the most ground (9km) and completed 61 of his 67 attempted passes.

0 - Following entertaining stalemates in Mainz and Freiburg, this Sunday was the first since 9 December 2001 in which no goals had been scored in the Bundesliga.