bundesliga.com crunches the best of the numbers from an astonishing weekend of action...
When totting up the numbers, it always makes sense to begin with the Bundesliga's record champions, FC Bayern München, whose appetite for records shows no signs of abating. By beating FC Augsburg 3-0, they overcame Hamburger SV's 30-year record of succesive Bundesliga games unbeaten. Markus Weinzierl's men were the 37th team to try and defeat Bayern since last November, and the 37th side to fail. As ever, Franck Ribery was at the hub of things, and with seven shots, the Frenchman had more attempts than Augsburg altogether.
Dortmund's bad week took a turn for the worse as they were beaten 2-1 by VfL Wolfsburg, and perhaps they should have seen it coming. Dieter Hecking's men are something of a bogey team for die Schwarz-Gelben, and with one draw and two defeats in their last three games against the Wolves, Jürgen Klopp's pressing machine now has an opponent against whom they have the longest run without winning. Wolfsburg's win was their fourth in succession - the last time that hapened was in March 2012 under Felix Magath.
On a goal-filled weekend, Bayer 04 Leverkusen's forward Heung Min Son's star shone the brightest. For the first time in his (albeit short) career, the 21-year-old scored three times in a Bundesliga match, and against his former club Hamburger SV no less. He also became the first ever South Korean to hit a triple in the Bundesliga. Never before had a game between these two sides witnessed so many goals, and with eight scored it's not a surprise - the match became the joint highest-scoring this season.
Talking of goals - the place to go is Hoffenheim. Their 3-2 home defeat, to Hertha Berlin made them the team involved in the most goals in the Bundesliga this season: 56. When you have a man like Sejad Salihovic in your team, it's no wonder. No other current Bundesliga player has scored as many as his 21 penalties, but his efforts were topped by Hertha's own marksman. Adrian Ramos scored his first-ever penalty for the club - and of their five wins this season, the Colombian has scored in four.
Borussia Mönchengladbach gave further weight to the view that the Borussia Park is a fortress with their 3-1 home win over 1. FC Nürnberg. It was their sixth home win in succession - and the first time since 1987/88 that the Foals have achieved such a feat. Nürnberg, who led for 51 minutes, can justifiably curse their bad luck. They might be the fifth side ever to have gone their opening twelve games without a win, and the first for 19 years, but when Josip Drmic hit the bar at 2-1 it became their tenth attempt this season to strike the woodwork - a league-high.
By giving SV Werder Bremen an early lead at the Veltins Arena, midfielder Felix Kroos scored his first Bundesliga goal. It came after 22 appearances, and, perhaps even more pleasingly, he pipped brother Toni to the post - whose first goal took him 25 games to record. It was also the 2222nd goal FC Schalke 04 have conceded in the Bundesliga. The Royal Blues had Kevin-Prince Boateng to thank for their eventual 3-1 victory. His first Bundesliga brace, and maiden headed double, gave them their fourth win in their last five.
After becoming the third-youngest Bundesliga goalscorer already this season, Timo Werner's eye for goal picked him up another statistical landmark. In VfB Stuttgart's 3-1 win over SC Freiburg, the 17-year-old Werner hit a brace to become the youngest man (boy?) to score twice in one game in the Bundesliga. He beats Daniel Halfar's record (then of 1. FC Kaiserslautern).
Have a look at FC Bayern's very own record-breaker Franck Ribery, exclusively on the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: