Arjen Robben (r.) reached a milestone on Matchday 16, netting his 100th Bundesliga goal to join an exclusive club
Arjen Robben (r.) reached a milestone on Matchday 16, netting his 100th Bundesliga goal to join an exclusive club
Bundesliga

Matchday 16 statistical review

Cologne - The penultimate round of 2014 Bundesliga action has come and gone, leaving behind plenty of intriguing records and numbers.

bundesliga.com has compiled the most interesting of these facts and figures from Matchday 16...

3 - Never before has a Bundesliga club conceded just three goals after 16 league games. With one round of the 2014/15 Hinrunde remaining, Bayern have let in 3 and scored a whopping 39.

8 - Only eight fouls were committed during the encounter at the Allianz Arena – the fewest since since records began in 1992.

123 - Georg Niedermeier’s dismissal was the 123rd red card shown to a Stuttgart player in the club’s history – a Bundesliga record.

9 - No other team collected more draws this season than 1. FSV Mainz 05, who have shared the spoils on nine occasions this season.

8 - Mainz have failed to win any of their last eight league games - the longest barren spell in the league.

81 - Die Nullfünfer defender Stefan Bell won an impressive 81 per cent of his challenges at the RheinEnergieStadion.

3 - Zlatko Junuzovic scored his third goal of the season from a direct free-kick in Werder Bremen's 4-1 defeat at Borussia Mönchengladbach. It was the eighth time that one of his free-kicks led to a goal (directly or indirectly) – a league best.

31 - No matter how VfL Wolfsburg fare against 1. FC Köln at the weekend, they have already made it their best ever Hinrunde with their draw at Borussia Dortmund taking them to 31 points.

14 - Wolfsburg's best is in stark contrast to Werder Bremen's worst: After 16 games of the season, the northern Germany side have never had as few points as the 14 they have collected so far this term.

1 - SC Paderborn 07 lost the first Bundesliga game in which they had taken the lead on Wednesday night as Schalke turned the tables on them. It was also the first time they had benefitted from an own goal, scored by Kaan Ayhan.