bundesliga.com rounds up the most intriguing statistics from the latest weekend of German top-flight action...
Bayern seem to be toppling records more often than not nowadays. Pep Guardiola's stars reached yet another milestone by beating Eintracht Frankfurt, becoming the first team in Bundesliga history to win 17 of their first 19 league fixtures, and the first ever European side to score in 56 consecutive league games. The Bavarians' unbeaten league record was also extended to 44 matches courtesy of their win over the Eagles.
Stefan Kiessling has now scored 14 goals in 17 matches against VfB Stuttgart. The Bayer 04 Leverkusen striker has also found the net in seven consecutive home games against the Swabians. The only previous players to achieve that feat against one team were two of the greatest players ever to grace the Bundesliga - Gerd Müller (against Borussia Mönchengladbach between 1973 and 1978) and Klaus Fischer (against Stuttgart between 1969 and 1977).
FC Augsburg recorded their eighth victory of the season against SV Werder Bremen on Saturday, thereby equalling their total number of wins during the entire 2012/13 Bundesliga campaign. Markus Weinzierl's team also matched their own club record of seven top-flight games without defeat, and set a new record of four home victories on the bounce thanks to that win over Bremen at the SGL Arena.
Goals from Mame Diouf and Artjoms Rudnevs helped Hannover 96 record their second successive Rückrunde victory at the expense of Borussia Mönchengladbach, securing Hannover's best ever start to a second season-half in the process. Tayfun Korkut is also the first Hannover coach since Helmut Kronsbein in 1964 to win his first two games in charge of the Lower Saxony club.
It was a good day for 1. FSV Mainz's South Korean contingent at the Coface Arena on Saturday. Joo-Ho Park's deflected 24th-minute strike gave Thomas Tuchel's side the lead against SC Freiburg, before home debutant Ja-Cheol Koo's well-taken effort four minutes from time sealed all three points for der Karnevalverein. Never before in Bundesliga history have two South Koreans scored in the same match.