Munich - The ongoing record-breaking exploits of all-conquering FC Bayern München take pride of place once again, but Matchday 14 also dished up a statistical set-piece rarity and plenty of other fascinating quirks.

In preparation for the next round of Bundesliga action, here's a look at some of the standout inter-matchday statistics...

A 2-0 home win against cellar dwellers Eintracht Braunschweig took FC Bayern's points haul for the calendar year 2013 up to 87. That equals their own top-flight record from 2005 and hence, a draw at Werder Bremen this weekend would be enough to secure the men from Munich yet another outright best-mark. Avoiding defeat at the Weserstadion would also make it 26 games unbeaten away from home in the Bundesliga for Bayern, taking them level with the longest ever on-the-road sequence set by... you guessed it, FC Bayern, between 1985 and '87.

Pep Guardiola has meanwhile already reeled in Karlheinz Feldkamp's 14-game unbeaten starting record after he assumed command of 1. FC Kaiserslautern in 1978/79. Steering clear of a loss in Bremen will see the Catalan tactician establish a new milestone in that category as well.

Turning to matters non-Bayern, there were no fewer than eight penalty kicks awarded on Matchday 14 - a record high in the current millennium. Sejad Salihovic took, and scored, two of the aforementioned eight on Matchday 14. The Bosnian midfielder has converted 23 of his 25 penalty attempts in the Bundesliga, a 92 per cent success rate. That's higher than any of the other 15 players to have stepped up to the spot 25 times or more in the history of the top flight.

The first of Heung Min Son 's two goals in Bayer Leverkusen's 3-0 win against 1. FC Nürnberg was also his 25th in the Bundesliga. At 21.4 years of age, the South Korean shooting star is the youngest player to hit the quarter-century mark since Olaf Thon, back in 1987. Leverkusen meanwhile are the first club ever to have 34 points after Matchday 14 and not be top of the table, while Bayer frontman Stefan Kießling is the only player in the Bundesliga to have been involved in every one of the last 100 matchdays.

Aside from being the only team in the top flight still without a win, 17th-placed 1. FC Nürnberg have hit the bar or post in 11 of their 14 season outings, and 12 times all-told - a division high. No team, by the way, has ever gone the first 15 games of the season without a single win.

Borussia Mönchengladbach are on a 2-0 home win five-game winning roll, their best such run since autumn 1995 under Bernd Krauss. The Foals still have some way to go to match their all-time club record, though - 12 wins on the trot, encompassing two seasons and two coaches (Jupp Heynckes and Wolf Werner) in 1987.