Cologne - How many games have VfL Wolfsburg won in a row, and when was the last time FC Augsburg lost at home?
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).
- Bayern's win in Frankfurt took Jerome Boateng to a milestone
50th game in a row
without defeat for the Bavarians. No other player before him had achieved that. (tweet)
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.