Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery celebrated their fourth straight
Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery celebrated their fourth straight
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Matchday 15 statistical review

Cologne - Another clean sheet for FC Bayern München, another away defeat for Borussia Dortmund and a return between the sticks for Timo Hildebrand, a former Bundesliga champion: Matchday 15 offered up drama and incident by the bucketload.

bundesliga.com has crunched the numbers to bring you the most interesting statistics to have emerged from the weekend's matches...

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.

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.

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.

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.