Cologne – The 2015/16 Bundesliga season has only just begun and already the records are tumbling.

bundesliga.com has all the key records and statistics to keep you crunching your numbers until the next round of action.

Overall Bundesliga record

14 – Once again, the defending champions have started the season without losing, for the 14th time in a row (11 wins, three draws) as FC Bayern München beat Hamburger SV 5-0.

Streaks

6 – Hannover 96 have started the campaign without a defeat for the sixth year running (four wins, two draws).

7 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen have won their seventh consecutive home game, over two seasons – that means they have not dropped a point at the BayArena in six whole months (their last defeat came in mid-February, a 5-4 loss to VfL Wolfsburg).

11 – FC Schalke 04 have not lost any of their last 11 Bundesliga games against SV Werder Bremen.

19 – 1. FC Köln have gone 19 years without losing at VfB Stuttgart.

Goals

1 – Bayern attacker Thomas Müller bagged a brace for the first time on the opening day of the season.

4 - Stefan Kießling (Leverkusen) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Schalke) both got a goal on the opening matchday for the fourth year in a row – a new Bundesliga record for the pair.

6 - Kießling has scored in each of his last six games against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (a total of seven goals).

6 – Dortmund star Henrikh Mkhitaryan has scored six goals in all competitions already this season in just four official matches – overall he netted only five in 42 games last term.

9 – Aytac Sulu is the ninth player in Bundesliga history to score an own goal on his debut. The last was FC Energie Cottbus' Daniel Ziebig in 2006, and before him there were Jean-Marie Pfaff in 1982 with FC Bayern or Klaus Fichtel in 1965 for Schalke, among others.

11 – Salomon Kalou of Hertha ended his 11-game goalscoring drought where it had started – against FC Augsburg. His last goal came against the Bavarians on 28 February, while the Ivorian has converted all three of his penalties in the Bundesliga.

15 – After 15 games without a goal, Schalke's Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting found the back of the net again.

53 – Theodor Gebre Selassie scored Werder Bremen's 53rd own goal in their Bundesliga history.

136 – Stefan Kießling's goal was his 136th in the German top flight, taking him level in the all-time scorers' list with Horst Hrubesch.

1982 – Marcel Heller was the man who scored Darmstadt's first Bundesliga goal since 29 May 1982, when Peter Cestonaro netted in a 6-1 defeat to Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Landmarks

50 – Yann Sommer conceded more than three goals for the first time in what was his 50th game for Gladbach.

200 – Arjen Robben played his 200th official game for Bayern on Friday.

Miscellaneous

1 – Just like Augsburg four years ago and SpVgg Greuther Fürth three years ago, Ingolstadt also celebrated their first ever Bundesliga win at a seemingly charitable 1. FSV Mainz 05.

2 – Borussia Dortmund are second in the standings after one match – a position they have never before occupied at this stage of a season.

4 – Augsburg lost their opening game of the season for the fourth year in a row, all without scoring.

5 – Bayern celebrated their biggest opening-day win since 1972, when they defeated RW Oberhausen by the same scoreline.

6 – For the first time in six years, Schalke 04 started the season with a win. It was also their first away victory in the whole of 2015.

7 – All seven penalties taken against Augsburg's Marwin Hitz in the Bundesliga have been converted.

13 – Hoffenheim fell to their 13th defeat in 15 games against Leverkusen – more than against any other side.

20 – Stuttgart had the most shots on goal on the opening matchday (28), yet it did not get them very far as they lost to Köln.

34.1 – Darmstadt's Marcel Heller reached a top speed of 34.1 km/h – no wonder he raced away to score their first goal.

35 – Of Dortmund's 35 coaches in their Bundesliga history, none had won on their debut as well as Thomas Tuchel did (4-0).

36 – Bayern have scored 36 goals against Hamburg in their last six home games against them.

54 – Ingolstadt became the 54th Bundesliga club, and also the 54th to celebrate a win in the top flight.

139 – Former Leverkusen midfielder Arturo Vidal had the most touches on his Bayern debut in the Allianz Arena – 139, which was also a personal record in a Bundesliga game.