bundesliga.com has crunched the numbers to bring you the most interesting statistics to have emerged from the weekend's matches...
20 - Bayern's 4-0 win at FC Augsburg ensured they clinched the Herbstmeisterschaft for the 20th time. The omens are good for the record champions, as they have gone on to win the title on 16 of the previous 19 occasions (84 per cent).
4 - This is also the first time any club has been crowned autumn champions four times in a row.
4 - Augsburg conceded four goals in one half of a single Bundesliga fixture for the very first time - all four of Bayern's goals came in a 13-minute period. Previously, the Bavaria Swabians had conceded a maximum of three in one half.
322 - made his comeback after 322 days out injured while made his first appearance of the season in Borussia Dortmund's defeat at Hertha Berlin.
7 - Dortmund are winless in their last seven away games picking up only one of a possible 21 points. This is currently their worst run of form on the road under Jürgen Klopp.
5 - has scored more league goals this season (five) than both Ciro Immobile and Adrian Ramos, who replaced him at BVB, combined. They have two each.
9 - Dortmund have now lost nine games this term, which they have done only once under Klopp's stewardship: in 2009/10 over the entire campaign.
5 - For the fifth time this season, VfB Stuttgart are sitting right at the bottom of the table after the end of a matchday. They have never before spent this long at the foot of the Bundesliga.
4 - Hakan Calhanoglu has scored all four of his Bundesliga goals from outside the box. They've all come at the BayArena, as well.
1993 - 1. FC Köln won at FC Schalke 04 for the first time since August 1993, a 2-1 triumph at Schalke's old ground, the Parkstadion.
47 - Köln scored with their first shot of the game after 47 minutes to take the lead through Anthony Ujah.
10 - The Billy Goats have scored their last ten penalties: Milivoje Novakovic (three), Lukas Podolski (five) and Matthias Lehmann (two).
6 - VfL Wolfsburg dropped points at home for the first time since the end of August and Matchday 2 (2-2 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt). Up until Matchday 15, the Wolves had won six home games on the trot.
1 - Adam Szalai scored the first goal this season to have come from a TSG Hoffenheim 1899 substitute in the Sinsheim outfit's 3-2 win against Eintracht Frankfurt.
299 - Timo Hildebrand made his 299th Bundesliga appearance over a year after reaching 298. He made five saves from the eight shots on his goal in Frankfurt's 3-2 defeat at Hoffenheim.
6 - Against Hannover 96, SV Werder Bremen came from behind to pick up a point for the sixth time this season, more than any other side.
12 - Hannover are now winless in their last 12 visits to Bremen (four draws, eight defeats), while they have only ever won once at the Weserstadion.
7 -1. FSV Mainz 05 have not won in seven matches (three draws, four defeats) - the longest current winless run of any side in the Bundesliga.
5 - For the fifth game in succession, Borussia Mönchengladbach failed to beat Bayer 04 Leverkusen. However, after two defeats last season, the Foals at least managed to pick up a point.
4 - Hamburger SV have come away from SC Freiburg with at least a point on their last four visits (two draws, two wins), while they have not conceded on any of their last three trips to the Black Forest.
2010 - Hamburg's made his first penalty save in a Hamburg shirt and his first since 2010 when he was at Hertha Berlin.
100 - It is now a ton up for Freiburg coach Christian Streich (pictured), who sat on the bench for a Bundesliga match for the 100th time on Saturday.
6 - Streich's team were awarded their sixth penalty of the season - more than any other side in the Bundesliga. Vladimir Darida missed it, the team's second squandered spot-kick in 2014/15 so far.
8 - Die Breisgauer have now drawn eight games this season - more than anybody else in the league.
10 - For the first time in ten weeks, SC Paderborn 07 picked up a point away from home. Just like in Leverkusen on Matchday 7, the promoted outfit surprised a team above them in the league.