Cologne - Even with only eight Matchdays gone, this Bundesliga season has seen its fair share of records, surprises, drama and action.

In the coming days, bundesliga.com will be taking a look back at the season so far. Every day, we will give you a different perspective on the opening eight games of 2015/16. Here are some of the topics you have to look forward to...

Records tumbling

FC Bayern München got the records tumbling from day one, and have not looked back since. Robert Lewandowski in particular has been rewriting history. The Polish international broke four records in nine minutes against VfL Wolfsburg on Matchday 6.

Borussia Dortmund, too, have notched up a few Bundesliga firsts, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang second only to Lewandowski in terms of scoring records. Borussia Mönchengladbach and VfB Stuttgart started the season making negative records. Gladbach at least have turned it around since then, creating new records under caretaker boss Andre Schubert.

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Surprise packages

FC Ingolstadt 04, who came up from Bundesliga 2 last spring, have punched above their weight so far. Their defensive stability and willingness to scrap has earned Ralph Hasenhüttl's side an impressive sixth place after eight games.

The two places above them are occupied, equally surprisingly, by Hertha Berlin and 1. FC Köln. Both teams tipped for mid table, Hertha and Köln have benefitted from strikers bought in the summer.

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Best summer signings

Anthony Modeste has been banging in the goals for Köln, while Douglas Costa has been running full backs ragged after settling into life at Bayern remarkably quickly.

In the Ruhr region, it's been two young defensive midfielders making headlines. Dortmund's Julian Weigl and FC Schalke 04's Johannes Geis have both been in great form for their new clubs.

It does not stop there. We'll be taking you through all the top summer signings who are already making waves this season.

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The best matches

Bayern's 5-1 demolitions of both Wolfsburg and Dortmund were brilliant simply for the quality of the football on show. Even for neutrals, watching the likes of Thomas Müller, Lewandowski and Co. in this kind of form is entertainment indeed.

Eintracht Frankfurt's 6-2 dismemberment of Köln on Matchday 4 made headlines up and down the country, while Matchday 7 saw lowly SV Darmstadt 98 shock Dortmund with a last-minute equaliser.

In our final instalment, we'll be reminding of you of the best games from all eight matchdays so far.