Cologne - Get the calculators and notebooks out again: bundesliga.com has some more numbers for you after a barnstorming weekend of football in Germany's top flight.
Matchday 21 brought with it plenty of goals, but there were many other intriguing facts and figures to emerge from the latest round of action. Read on to find out more...
500 - Thomas Schaaf sat on the bench for a Bundesliga game for the 500th time in Frankfurt's 1-0 win over Schalke. The former SV Werder Bremen coach's first match, on 11 May 1999, also ended in a 1-0 win over the Royal Blues.
5 - Frankfurt have already won five home matches this season, which is already as many as the whole of last season.
7 - Six of Schalke's seven defeats so far this season have come on their travels. Last season, they only lost five times away from home.
50 - FC Augsburg fell to the 50th defeat in their Bundesliga history.
8 - FC Bayern won a Bundesliga game by an eight-goal margin for the first time since March 1984 (9-0 v Offenbach), and for the fourth time in their Bundesliga history.
38 - There were 38 goals scored on Matchday 21, beating the previous season record of 35 from Matchday 13.
9 - For the second time this season, there were nine goals in a single game, and as was the case when Frankfurt and Stuttgart met on Matchday 9, it was the away team who won it with Wolfsburg beating Leverkusen 5-4.
11 - Leverkusen lost their first home game in the Bundesliga in 11 months, while the defeat to Dieter Hecking's side was also Roger Schmidt's first home loss in charge.
20 - For the first time in 20 years, SV Werder Bremen started the second half of the season with four straight wins.
5 - Bremen have won five in a row - the last time they put together such a winning streak was eight years ago.
45 - Gladbach have won five of their last six Rhineland derbies with Köln, beating them more times than any other club in the Bundesliga (45).
9 - Köln have been waiting for nine games for a derby win against Borussia Mönchengladbach (three draws, six defeats).