With so many facts and figures available, allow bundesliga.com to round up the most pertinent statistics from another rip-roaring weekend of German top-flight action.
39 - Borussia Mönchengladbach are still unbeaten after ten competitive matches this season - the last time that happened was 39 years ago under the guidance of Udo Lattek. They won the Bundesliga that season, as well as reaching the quarter-finals of the European Cup.
2 - After so many draws on the first five matchdays, the sixth round of action was a little more clearcut with only two ties. There were at least three on each of the previous matchdays.
0 - The only team not to pick up a single point during the englische Woche were SV Werder Bremen.
134 - (pictured, l.) opened his Bundesliga account at the weekend at the 134th time of asking. There are no other outfield players currently plying their trade in the Bundesliga who have had to wait so long for their first goal.
4 – With in goal, Stuttgart have never lost in the Bundesliga (two wins, two draws).
38 - Like 38 years ago, Werder have still not won after six rounds of matches. Like then, they have three draws and three defeats.
16 - The 0-0 draw for Bayer 04 Leverkusen at SC Freiburg ended a run of 16 matches in which die Werkself had scored at least one goal.
7 - Mainz are now unbeaten in seven matches, including the last game of 2013/14 (three wins, four draws). The last time they had such a lengthy unbeaten streak was four years ago.
6 - Hoffenheim came through their first six games of the season unbeaten for the first time in their history.
204 - had an amazing 204 touches of the ball in Bayern's win over Köln - a new Bundesliga record
12 - It was a very fair game between Köln and Bayern too, with only 12 fouls committed (six each) over the entire 90 minutes. There have not been fewer fouls in any other game this season.
3 - Never before in the history of the Bundesliga had Gladbach conceded fewer goals after six games than they have this season (three, as was the case three years ago).
800 - Borussia Dortmund's 800th Bundesliga away game ended in their 350th defeat.
507 - The number of minutes before Hamburger SV scored their first goal of the season through . That drought is a new league record, beating the 474 minutes VfL Bochum took to score in 1979/80.
1 - Müller's goal wasn't enough for even a point, though, with Lucas Piazon scoring the first long-distance goal and the first from a set-piece against HSV this season.
85 - Schalke picked up their 30th win in 85 games against Borussia Dortmund, levelling the overall head-to-head record between the two Ruhr rivals (30 wins each, 25 draws)
44 - There were 44 fouls in the game between Freiburg and Leverkusen - a new record for the season.
7 - Leverkusen added their sixth and seventh shots against the woodwork this season, with Karim Bellarabi and Heung-Min Son the unfortunate ones.