Munich - FC Bayern München put their 24th national title - and 23rd of the Bundesliga era - beyond any remaining mathematical doubt with a 3-1 Matchday 27 win at Hertha Berlin on Tuesday evening.

Never before in the 51-year history of Germany's national top flight has the championship been won with quite so much to spare. presents a statistical overview of a season without parallel for the newly-confirmed :

FC Bayern are the first team ever to secure the Bundesliga title as early as Matchday 27, and in March, although they came close on both counts only last season. Then, they put the matter beyond doubt on their Matchday 28 trip to Eintracht Frankfurt - on 6 April.

The men from Munich have now made sure of each of their last eight league championships in an away game. The last time they wrapped up the title on home turf was back in 2000, against Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

made his 100th Bundesliga appearance for Bayern at Hertha and while he did not contribute directly to any of their three goals on the night, 55 goals and 38 assists in that century's worth of games is an unparalleled return for a midfielder in Germany's top flight.

has added a seventh Bundesliga winner's medal to his collection, moving him level with Klaus Augenthaler, Lothar Matthäus and Alexander Zickler on the all-time list and just one behind Mehmet Scholl and Oliver Kahn. All of the aforementioned were over the 30-mark when they got that far - Schweinsteiger is still only 29.

The victory in Berlin extends Bayern's winning sequence in the league to 19 games and their cross-season unbeaten run to 52. In addition to those two on-going Bundesliga records, Bayern have also just set a new one, with a tenth straight win on the road. And they remain on course to become the first team to complete an entire campaign unbeaten.

One of the few best-marks Pep Guardiola's current side cannot as yet lay claim to dates from 1971/72, when their equally illustrious predecessors, Gerd Müller, Franz Beckenbauer et al, rattled in an incredible 101 goals on their way to the title. At the moment Bayern are on 79, leaving them needing to hit the net 23 times in their remaining seven games to crack that one as well.

Take a look at some of Bayern's best strikes this term on the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel: