Munich - With another sack full of goals, penalties and free-kicks, Matchday 14 did not disappoint. dug deeper to discover what all of the statistics actually meant...

When Arjen Robben scored a goal with his head for only the third time in the Bundesliga on Saturday, he was also celebrating a milestone 50th goal in the Bundesliga. He added a second to complete a dozen braces in the German top flight, and Bayern thanked him for a record 39th consecutive game unbeaten, and their ninth win in a row in all competitions. Not enough? Robben also had the most shots on goal on Matchday 14 with seven.

When Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang curled in his unstoppable direct free-kick in Borussia Dortmund's 3-1 win over 1. FSV Mainz 05, it may have been his first successful effort in only two attempts this season, but it was also the third time the Westphalians have hit the back of the net from a direct set-piece - a league best. Meanwhile, Hannover's Szabolcs Huszti scored his third direct free-kick in the Bundesliga on Sunday.

You would have to go back to the 1999/2000 season to find so many penalties on the same matchday. There were three in Mainz and just as many in Sinsheim, and all eight this weekend were converted. By comparison, 14 years ago, one of the eight spot-kicks was missed. scored two of them on Saturday to move onto 11 goals for the season - more than ever before at this stage of a campaign.

There were maidens to be celebrated at the Veltins Arena on Saturday as Jefferson Farfan scored his first Bundesliga brace in his 151st appearance and Jermaine Jones scored his first goal of the season. It was the USA international's first strike since Matchday 2 of the 2012/13 season and his first from long-range in five and a half years. As a result, Schalke have gone for the first time this season.

A statistic 1. FC Nürnberg will not be so proud of is their which has endured since the beginning of the season. Only two other sides, the last of which was MSV Duisburg 19 years ago, have failed to pick up their first win of the season leading into Matchday 15. To rub salt into the wounds, it is also the first time in Nürnberg's history that they have gone 14 games in a row without a single victory.