If you want answers to those questions, and many more, bundesliga.com has compiled some of the most interesting facts and figures to emerge from Matchday 11 in the Bundesliga. Read on...
3 – Thomas Müller became the first player in the Bundesliga this season to net a hat-trick, doing so for the second time in his career.
17 – Bayern are on another impressive run with their 4-0 win at Frankfurt being their 17th consecutive game unbeaten in the Bundesliga (14 wins, three draws).
4 - FC Augsburg are also on a good run with four home wins in a row – equalling the club record they set last season. Next up for Augsburg at home? Hamburger SV.
19 – Tobias Werner (pictured) is now FC Augsburg's all-time top goalscorer in the Bundesliga, thanks to his two goals against Paderborn on Matchday 11. Sascha Mölders held the previous club record of 17.
8 – For the first time ever in professional football, VfL Wolfsburg have won eight consecutive games.
19 – VfL Wolfsburg scored for the 19th successive home game on Sunday, the longest run of any club in the Bundesliga at present.
30,000 – Wolfsburg coach Dieter Hecking had said how much his side deserved to have a full house at the Volkswagen Arena, and the club's fans responded with a 30,000 sell out on Matchday 11.
25 – VfB Stuttgart have now conceded 25 goals after just 11 games – a new negative record for the Swabians.
250 – Roberto Firmino's goal which made it 3-3 for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim against Köln was the 250th of the current Bundesliga campaign.
11 – It took Borussia Dortmund 11 games before they finally kept their first clean sheet of the season.
19 – Hannover 96 have 19 points in the bank after 11 games of the season. Only once in their history have they had more points at this stage of the season: 20 in 2004/05.
814 – Stefan Kießling (pictured), usually so reliable in front of goal, has now gone 814 minutes without scoring – his longest ever drought in the Bundesliga.
5 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen have already drawn five games this season – that's already one draw more than in the whole of last year.
12 – SC Freiburg beat FC Schalke 04 for the 12th time in their history, making them their preferred opponents in the top flight in terms of victories.
6 – Hertha Berlin have already lost six times this season – one more than in the entire first half of last season.
0 – In Viktor Skripnik's third game in charge of SV Werder Bremen, they kept a clean sheet for the second time. Under his predecessor Robin Dutt, Bremen had not managed one shutout in the first ten games of the season.