Cologne - Robert Lewandowski's renowned penchant for goals, a new low for Borussia Dortmund and a long-awaited home win for Hamburger SV: the Bundesliga delivered on its promise yet again on Matchday 10.

bundesliga.com bathes in the statistical glory of another thrilling weekend in Germany's foremost division...

8,000 - Hannover 96's 1-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt was the 8,000th victory in the history of the Bundesliga. Hamburger SV made it 8,001 against Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

6 - Matchday 10 witnessed the most home wins of the season so far (6).

0 - Last weekend there was just the one draw. This week there wasn't a single stalemate in sight.

17 - Borussia Mönchengladbach extended their unbeaten run to 17 games in all competitions this season with victory over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Only back in 1970/71 did they enjoy such a run.

11 - With one point from five away games, Hertha Berlin remain the Bundesliga's worst team on the road this season. Jos Luhukay's men haven't won a single won of their last 11 games away from the capital.

8 - Hamburger SV had gone eight matches in all competitions without a home win until Saturday's rousing success against Bayer 04.

5 - VfL Wolfsburg celebrated their fifth win on the trot for the first time in over five years courtesy of their four-goal display at VfB Stuttgart. Only in their title-winning campaign of 2008/09 did they manage to string together an even longer hot streak.

7 - FC Augsburg are without a win in seven games against FC Schalke 04 following Friday's 1-0 loss at the Veltins Arena (two draws, five defeats).

5 - BVB fell to their fifth successive league defeat for the first time since spring 2000, back when Bernd Krauss was in charge.

0 - Gladbach are the only Bundesliga side still to lose a single competitive fixture this season.

5,000 - By allowing Hoffenheim to peg the scores back to 2-1, Gladbach have now played a part in 5,000 Bundesliga goals, scoring 2693 and conceding 2307.

20 - Hannover's winner against Frankfurt represented their first goal in the final 20 minutes of a game this season.

18 - (left) is the only player in the Bundesliga to have scored at least once against all 18 of the sides currently in the division.

14 - Klass-Jan Huntelaar scored his 14th goal of calendar year - a league high - against Augsburg.

6 - 1. FC Köln have failed to score in a league-high six out of ten games this season.

4 - Kevin De Bruyne has scored a goal in each of his four appearances against VfB Stuttgart for either SV Werder Bremen or VfL Wolfsburg.

100 - Wolfsburg's Dieter Hecking celebrated his 100th win as a Bundesliga coach in his 267th game in the dugout.

50 - Ivan Perisic netted his fourth Bundesliga brace on his 50th appearance for Wolfsburg.

50 - HSV and Leverkusen committed 50 fouls between them on Matchday 10; a number of infringements not seen in the Bundesliga for two-and-a-half years.

19 - Hannover have now enjoyed more wins over Eintracht Frankfurt - 19 - than any other club.

17 - Bayern finished the 2013/14 campaign 19 points clear of Dortmund, but are already 17 clear of their Yellow-Black rivals after ten games.

15 - SC Paderborn 07's 15-point return after ten games is already more than half what it took for Hamburg to survive in 2013/14 (27).

10 - Franco Di Santo's (right) brace gave Bremen their first win of the season on Matchday 10. Never before have they had to wait so long to pick up three points.

12 - had to make make a season-high 12 saves against Bayern.

11 - Freiburg had to wait until Matchay 11 to record their first win last season. This time, they got their at the tenth time of asking.

9 - A season-high nine yellow cards were awarded between HSV and Leverkusen.

5 - Bremen came from behind to get something out of the game for the fifth time this season - more often than any other side.

2 - 1. FSV Mainz 05's is the only goalkeeper this season with an unblemished record from the penalty spot after making saves from Dortmund's Ciro Immobilie and Bremen's Di Santo.

Take a look at some Franco Di Santo magic on Matchday 10, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel: