bundesliga.com crunches the numbers to bring you the choicest statistical tidbits from the penultimate round of games in the 2013/14 season.
Schalke's 2-1 win over SC Freiburg was a special day for two Royal Blues in particular. Julian Draxler became the youngest player in Bundesliga history to make 100 appearances at the age of 20 years and 225 days, while Klaas-Jan Huntelaar also played his 100th game in Germany's top flight, scoring his 59th goal. The result ensures that the Royal Blues remain on course for automatic UEFA Champions League qualification, needing just a point from their home game against Nürnberg.
Hamburger SV lost yet again on Matchday 33, going down 4-1 at home to champions FC Bayern, their 20th loss of the season. They have now conceded 72 goals, the worst 'goals against' tally in the club's history. However, the Red Shorts remain in the relative safety of the relegation play-off spot after their relegation rivals Eintracht Braunschweig and Nürnberg were also beaten. Bayern, incidentally, have now won 350 games away from home in the Bundesliga, over 100 more than any other side.
Matchday 33 was another hugely depressing afternoon for Nürnberg. Der Club slumped to a 2-0 home defeat against Hannover 96 on Saturday and remain in 17th spot, one of the two automatic relegation places. The Franconians have now lost six in a row and ten of their last eleven, and must beat Schalke away on the final day to have any chance of overtaking 16th-placed Hamburg. Goalkeeper , meanwhile, has now conceded 400 top-flight goals in 273 appearances.
Hannover's victory in Nuremberg was assured by an extremely unlikely source. Midfielder was playing in his 120th Bundesliga match when he sped through the FCN defence to round the goalkeeper and net his first Bundesliga goal, ensuring Tayfun Korkut's men continued their strong finish to the season, having since losing the Lower Saxony derby to Braunschweig.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen got back to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 success at Eintracht Frankfurt at the weekend and remain favourites for fourth spot and the final Champions League place. They are now unbeaten in four since the return of Sascha Lewandowski to the touchline as coach, and, including his first spell as assistant to former boss Sami Hyypiä, Bayer are unbeaten in the 12 Bundesliga games over which he has presided, winning nine and drawing three.
Check out Marc-Andre ter Stegen's emotional farewell courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: