Cologne - The Bundesliga's midweek fixtures once again threw up anomalies and milestones aplenty, and also saw a new Bundesliga record set to boot.

As ever, is on hand to bring you the most pertinent facts and figures from the latest round of top-flight action...

15 - Only 15 goals were scored on Matchday 19 - the least of any single Matchday in the current campaign.

5 - Home sides struck just five times during midweek, another season-low in 2014/15.

1 - Borussia Mönchengladbach were the only team to triumph on their own patch. Only on Matchday 2 did so few home teams ended up on the winning side.

40 - Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s spot-kick was the 40th penalty of the current campaign and the seventh that has failed to find the back of the net.

7 - With his seventh Bundesliga penalty, the Cameroonian striker missed from twelve yards for the first time.

17 - The last 17 encounters between VfB Stuttgart and 1. FC Köln have failed to produce a home win, the longest streak of its kind in Bundesliga history.

12 - Freiburg have failed to pick up three points in their last 12 trips to Mönchengladbach, where they have also gone almost 20 years without victory.

10 - FC Bayern München dropped points for the first time on home soil this season in their 10th outing at the Allianz Arena.

2 - World Cup winner Benedikt Höwedes bagged his second goal of the season, with both strikes coming in games against Bayern and good friend Manuel Neuer.

1 - The Royal Blues scored from their only corner of the game.

4 - For the first time this season and the first time under head coach Roberto Di Matteo, FC Schalke 04 have gone four games without defeat.

9 - SC Paderborn 07 are in the midst of a nine-game losing streak. No Bundesliga side has currently gone as long without a win.

7 - VfL Wolfsburg boast the league’s longest current unbeaten streak after going a seventh game without losing in the 1-1 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt.

3 - After snatching a late equaliser with his third goal in two games, Kevin De Bruyne has now scored as many goals in the second half of the season as he did in the first.

13 - Frankfurt have now conceded 13 goals in the final quarter of an hour of matches.

15 - Jerome Boateng was sent off in the 17th minute against Schalke. The last Bayern player to be sent of that early in a game was Samuel Kuffour in April 2000 against SC Freiburg, a whopping 15 years ago.

500 - Borussia Dortmund suffered their 500th Bundesliga defeat at home to FC Augsburg.

8 - FC Augsburg beat Dortmund for the first time on Wednesday in the eighth Bundesliga meeting between the two.

100 - Stefan Kießling has now scored in 100 Bundesliga matches for Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

50 - Kießling opened the scoring for the 50th time in his Bundesliga career, a league best for active players.

10 - 1. FSV Mainz 05 shared the spoils for the 10th time this season in the 1-1 draw with Hannover 96, a league high and double the amount of draws they played out in the whole of last season.

2007 - SV Werder Bremen won the first two games of a new calendar year for the first time since 2007.

13 - After beating Paderborn on Matchday 19, 13th-placed Hamburger SV boast a better position in the table than the newly-promoted side for the first time this season.

3 - Historically speaking only six Chilean players have ever featured in the Bundesliga, and three of them were out on the pitch in Hanover: Miiko Albornoz, Gonzalo Jara and Mainz debutant Nicolas Castillo. The other two were Arturo Vidal and Junior Fernandes, who represented Leverkusen between 2007 and 2011 and 2012 and 2013 respectively.