Cologne - Droughts were ended and records extended on Matchday 5 in the Bundesliga with Timo Horn beaten for the first time and Bayer 04 Leverkusen continuing their perfect form against FC Augsburg.

1. FSV Mainz 05 forward Shinji Okazaki was on target again while Manuel Neuer was unbeaten on his 100th appearance for Bayern. crunches all the numbers to bring you the most interesting statistics to have emerged from the fifth round of action from the 2014/15 season...

Japanese international, Bundesliga top scorer and man of the moment Shinji Okazaki notched yet again on Matchday 5 to score in three consecutive games for the first time since joining 1. FSV Mainz 05 in the summer of 2013. His goal in the 2-2 draw at Eintracht Frankfurt took him to five in five games for the season.

11 - FC Bayern are now top of the table with 11 points, but in none of the previous five campaigns would that number have been sufficient for top spot after five matches.

Manuel Neuer has kept a clean sheet in over half of his Bundesliga appearances for FC Bayern München, which now totals 100 after the 4-0 win against SC Paderborn

19 - There have already been 19 draws this season, which has never before been the case at this stage of a season.

7 - It was 7th time lucky for Schalke, who recorded their first win of the 2014/15 season - a 3-0 away victory at SV Werder Bremen - on Tuesday. Up until then the Royal Blues had drawn three and lost three in all competitions.

Just 87 seconds separated Mike Frantz’s goals for SC Freiburg in the 3-3 stalemate at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, making it the quickest brace scored by a Freiburg player in Bundesliga history. They were also Frantz’s first league goals for 34 games, the last also coming against Hoffenheim.

9 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim are after five games (two wins, three draws) for the first time since they were promoted to the Bundesliga in 2008.

Borussia Dortmund's draw with Stuttgart was Jürgen Klopp's 209th Bundesliga game in charge of BVB, overtaking Ottmar Hitzfeld* as the club's longest-serving Bundesliga coach. Klopp has now overseen 311 top-flight games (102 for Mainz), meaning he is currently second only to Frankfurt's Thomas Schaaf in terms of experience.

4 - was shown his fourth yellow card of the campaign in Eintracht’s 2-2 draw against Mainz. Just like in 2013/14, Zambrano is the first player this season to be one booking away from a suspension.

After five games, Werder are for their first win of the season. The last time they began a season this poorly was 38 years ago. Robin Dutt's team have also conceded 13 goals, their highest tally at this stage of a season since 1967/68.

10 - HSV have now gone ten games without winning (two draws, eight defeats) - that is the longest run without a win of all the current Bundesliga clubs.

6 - For the sixth year in a row, Wolfsburg find themselves in the bottom half of the table after five matches.

5 - For only the second time in Bundesliga history, there is one club without a goal after five matches. Hamburg matched VfL Bochum's record from the 1979/80 season after they drew a blank against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Wednesday.

3 - Hannover 96 have won all three of their home games so far this season.

16 - Bayer Leverkusen managed to score at least once for the 16th Bundesliga game in a row on Matchday 5.

7 - Only one goal was enough for die Werkself to get the better of FC Augsburg, picking up their seventh straight win over the Bavarians. Leverkusen are the only team to boast a 100 per cent record over Augsburg.

365 - Köln conceded their first goal of the Bundesliga season, after 365 minutes.

357 - It took Stuttgart 357 minutes to score again after their 1-1 draw against Gladbach on the opening day, enabling the Swabians to avoid their longest ever drought of 380 minutes from 1965.

3 - Max Kruse has now scored a goal for Borussia Mönchengladbach in each of his three games against HSV.

2 – Two shots, two goals: Daniel Didavi scored his second Bundesliga brace, the first coming for 1. FC Nürnberg on 11 April 2012 in the 4-1 win over FC Schalke 04.

*Hitzfeld was in the dugout 208 times for BVB, missing one game through illness.