37 and counting
FC Bayern München broke yet another record on Matchday 12 this season: they beat FC Augsburg 3-0 to make it 37 league games unbeaten, overtaking the record set by Hamburger SV between 1981 and 1983
Their last Bundesliga defeat came way back on 28 October 2012 against Bayer 04 Leverkusen; the expressions on the faces of Thomas Müller (l.) and Toni Kroos (r.) say it all
The record champions hit back with a vengeance a week later though, trouncing Hamburg 3-0 at the Imtech Arena
After seeing off Eintracht Frankfurt, Bayern could only manage a draw away to 1. FC Nürnberg, despite taking the lead through Mandzukic (pictured)
Victories over Hannover 96, SC Freiburg and FC Augsburg followed before the winter break,
Bayern gained revenge for that October defeat to Leverkusen by turning the tables in the reverse fixture. Mario Gomez (r.) put them in front before
...before the Reds out Hamburg to the sword once more, trouncing the northerners 9-2, with Claudio Pizarro (l.) scoring four times
A delightful Bastian Schweinsteiger backheel ensured Bayern clinched the title quicker than any other side in Bundesliga history...
...but they did not stop there, winning five of their remaining six league matches of the 2012/13 season, drawing the other with Dortmund. They were made to
Gladbach were the opponents again on the opening day of the 2013/14 season. Pep Guardiola celebrated a victory on his league
Bayern dropped their first points of the season at SC Freiburg on Matchday 4, although this late equaliser did not endanger their unbeaten record
Bayer Leverkusen again pushed Bayern close on Matchday 8, gaining a 1-1 home draw...
...before Bayern dismantled 1. FSV Mainz 05 4-1, despite falling behind at the Allianz Arena
Jerome Boateng (l.) set them on their way to a comfortable 3-0 win over FC Augsburg on Matchday 12, which saw