Munich - There were record-setting feats aplenty on Bundesliga Matchday 22, with VfL Wolfsburg, Hamburger SV, Hertha Berlin, 1899 Hoffenheim and FC Bayern München all showing their class. rounds up the most intriguing statistics from the latest weekend of German top-flight action...

Hannover 96 were dominated by FC Bayern München on Sunday, losing 4-0 at home in the Matchday 22 closer. Thomas Müller scored two in his 34th competitive match of the season, taking his tally to 20 goals - more than any other Bayern player this term. The Bavarians have now won their last 14 matches, just one away from equalling their own 15-game streak back in 2005. Der Rekordmeister have scored at least two goals in each of those outings.

VfL Wolsburg's 3-1 win over Bayer 04 Leverkusen on Saturday was their third consecutive victory and 12th overall this season. It also means die Wölfe have now won more games than ever after 22 Matchdays. Furthermore, it was their third consecutive home triumph over Leverkusen, and they have netted three goals each time. Incidentally, Wolfsburg only had nine shots at the weekend and didn't win a single corner for the first time this campaign.

After eight consecutive competitive defeats (including one DFB Cup loss), Hamburger SV finally returned to winning ways with their 3-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund. Hakan Calhanoglu's sensational free-kick was the third time this season he has netted from a set-piece - more than any other player in the Bundesliga. It was also Hamburg's tenth long-distance strike, another league record.

Borussia Mönchengladbach set an unwanted record at home to 1899 Hoffenheim on Matchday 22: It was the first time they have let a two goal lead slip in 2013/14. Back in 2009, Hoffenheim also came back from a two-goal deficit to win 4-2, although this time they could only manage a 2-2 draw. The visitors also let fly with 19 shots, more than during any of their other away games this season. Gladbach's seven match winless streak is the longest spell they have gone without victory in the Bundesliga under coach Lucien Favre.

Hertha Berlin's late match-winning strike in their 2-1 victory against VfB Stuttgart on Saturday was special for more than just the three points it flourished upon the visitors. It was also Hertha’s 1500th Bundesliga goal and the 900th Stuttgart have conceded. Incidentally, 36-year-old Levan Kobiashvili , who grabbed Hertha's opener, became the club's oldest goalscorer in Bundesliga history. Meanwhile, Stuttgart have let in two or more goals in their last ten league games, and have also conceded at least once in their last 14 home fixtures.