Munich - Perhaps not surprisingly in light of the final standings, FC Bayern München added a few more Bundesliga best-marks to their CV over the course of 2013/14.

The men from Munich were not the only show in town though, as's carefully selected season's standout stats show...

As well as becoming the first team to win the championship in March, Pep Guardiola's (r.) FC Bayern set a number of new outright Bundesliga best-marks: a cross-season unbeaten run of 53 games, finally ended by FC Augsburg on 5 April; the most wins in a row (19 between Matchdays 9 and 27); the most consecutive away wins (eleven); at least one goal in 65 games running and, in the 20 between Matchdays 9 and 28, at least two.

Bayern's near-record 90-point haul saw them finish a whopping 29 points clear of Bayer 04 Leverkusen, who will be the Bundesliga's fourth (qualifying round) contenders in the UEFA Champions League next season. In effect, Bayer were thus closer to the relegation battle than to winning the title.

The 3-0 home loss to Dortmund ended Franck Ribery's (pictured) unparalleled individual sequence of 49 league games without tasting defeat. Summer signing Thiago Alcantara meanwhile won his first 15 games in a Bayern shirt, yet another Bundesliga best-mark.

Bundesliga fans certainly had plenty of goals to cheer – 967 to be precise in the regular season. That works out at 3.16 per game, the first 3-plus average in 19 years. You have to go even further back, to 1986/87, to find a higher total (990/3.24 per game). 109 of those 967 goals were scored by substitutes, eleven percent of the total. That's just one shy of the all-time record for strikes off the bench, set in 2004/05.

Fouling continues to go out of fashion, admittedly more at some clubs than others. Borussia Mönchengladbach conceded the fewest (352) and on Matchday 32 at FC Schalke the Foals took fair play up to a new level, committing but a single foul over the entire 90 minutes.

Timo Werner's (r.) two goals for VfB Stuttgart in the 3-1 win at SC Freiburg on Matchday 12 made up the first Bundesliga brace ever scored by a 17-year old. Werner (four goals) and Schalke's Max Mexer (six) are both in with a chance of breaking Lukas Podolski's ten-goal record for the highest-scoring Bundesliga player under 19. Meyer has until September to do it, Werner until next March.