bundesliga.com crunches the numbers following another goal-filled round of action in the league of the world champions...
29 - For the first time in 29 years, Borussia Dortmund prop up the table at this stage of the season.
58 - There have already been 58 wins for the home side this term. The last time there were more at this stage of a season was in 2003/04.
7 - For the first time this season, there were seven home wins on a Matchday.
35 - 35 goals is a new matchday record for the 2014/15 campaign.
0 - There were no goalless draws on Matchday 13. The only other weekend so far this season not to witness a single stalemate was Matchday 10.
7 - Hertha Berlin have lost their last seven games against FC Bayern.
5 - Mainz have gone five games without a win (two draws, three defeats) for the first time in 13 months.
5 Augsburg beat Hamburger SV to set a club record five home wins on the bounce.
4 - Stuttgart have won their last four games in a row against SC Freiburg - that's more successive wins for die Schwaben in the south-west derby than against any other club.
3 - Paderborn have picked up just one point from their last three games, taking their overall return for the campaign into the red for the first time (W4, D4, L5).
29 - Bayern have won their last 29 league games in which (pictured) has found the target. The last time they failed to do so was in the 3-1 defeat to Hannover 96 in March 2011.
14 - scored his first league goal at the 14th time of asking against Freiburg. It was also the first ever goal scored by an Ecuadorian in Bundesliga history.
7 - (pictured) scored the seventh free kick of his still-young Bundesliga career in Bayer 04 Leverkusen's 5-1 win over 1. FC Köln.
100 - Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker celebrated his 100th Bundesliga appearance for FC Augsburg with a 3-1 win over Hamburg.
1 - Bremen's opener against Paderborn represented their first long-range goal of the season and a first ever goal from a direct free kick in the Bundesliga for (pictured).
2 - Leverkusen's scored his first Bundesliga brace in the Rhineland derby.
Der BVB steht erstmals seit dem 2. Spieltag 2007/08 auf dem letzten Tabellenplatz. // Bottom of the table for the first time since 2007.— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) November 30, 2014
4 - Schalke's Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (pictured, bottom) helped himself to three goals for the fourth time in his Bundesliga career against Mainz. Bayern's Claudio Pizarro is the only player on today's roster to have bagged more hat-tricks (five).
50 - Jos Luhukay fell to his 50th defeat as a Bundesliga head coach in Saturday's 1-0 home loss to Bayern.
185 - (pictured, r.) made his 185th Bundesliga appearance at the weekend, a French record shared with former Stuttgart and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim defender Mathieu Delpierre.
37.5 - At 37 years and six months, Augsburg's became the oldest player to feature in this season's Bundesliga.
5 - Augsburg were awarded a league-high fifth penalty of the season against Hamburg - that's more spot-kicks than in their last two seasons combined (three).
1 - For the first time in their Bundesliga history, Augsburg overturned a half-time deficit to win (previous results: three draws and 33 defeats).
8 Hoffenheim have recorded more wins over Hannover (eight in 13 outings) than against any other team.
5 - Leverkusen enjoyed their highest derby win over Köln, putting five past the Billy Goats for the first time.
4 - VfL Wolfsburg set a new club record on Matchday 13. Never before has the club won four home games in a row without conceding.
10 - With nine wins and one draw from their last ten home games against Borussia Mönchengladbach, VfL Wolfsburg have taken 28 of a possible 30 points from the Foals.