bundesliga.com brings you the most telling numbers from another captivating weekend in the league of the world champions...
10 - Mainz have now gone ten away games without winning. They are the only side to have won only one away game this season, way back in September, in Berlin.
63 - Without Julian Baumgartlinger, Mainz have lost 63 per cent of their games this season. With him, they have lost only 20 per cent. He was in the starting XI for each and every one of their five wins this season.
9 - Everything touches turns to gold, or at least almost. Nine of his last ten shots on goal have hit the back of the net, contributing to him scoring eight in his last three games – a league record he shares with Robert Vittek, who netted as many in three games for 1. FC Nürnberg in 2006.
11 - Those goals took Dost up to 11 in 2015 alone – the first time any player has gone into double figures in the first six games of a Rückrunde
5 - Dost's goals helped Wolfsburg bag five on their travels for the fifth time this season – more than they have managed in any previous season.
7 - Hannover 96 have now gone seven games without a win, picking up only four from a possible 21 points. Only Stuttgart are currently waiting as long as Hannover for a win.
6 - Eintracht Frankfurt have gone six home games without losing (four wins, two draws), and they have already picked up more points at home this season (21) than they did in the entire 2013/14 campaign (20).
4 - FC Augsburg have not won in four games (two draws, two defeats) – their longest winless run of the current campaign.
4 - Dortmund picked up their fourth win in a row on Matchday 23, which means they have accrued as many wins in the second half of the season already than they did in the entire first half of the campaign.
31 - Dortmund had more shots on goal against Schalke (31) than in any other game since records started being kept in 1992. They did not take the lead until their 28th effort.
45 - has needed more shots on goal (45) than anybody else this season to grab his first goal.
3 - Schalke only managed three shots on Roman Weidenfeller's goal – the fewest they have ever had since records began.
3 - Schalke have now gone three games without a win - their longest winless run since Roberto Di Matteo took charge. They have picked up just one point in that time.
400 - The Revierderby reverse was Schalke's 400th away defeat in the Bundesliga.
3 - scored for the third game in a row. The last time he managed that was six years ago, in the autumn of 2008, when he scored in six consecutive matches.
21 - Bayern have won their last 21 games against promoted teams. Their last defeat to a league newcomer was four-and-a-half years ago, when they lost 2-0 in Kaiserslautern.
17 - Arjen Robben scored his 17th goal of the season against Köln – that is his already his personal best for a single campaign.
407 - After 407 minutes without a goal in the Olympiastadion, Hertha finally managed to get a goal at home again.
10 - Thanks to his first goal of the season, Simon Rolfes has now found the back of the net at least once in ten consecutive seasons for Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
6 - Alexander Meier gave Eintracht Frankfurt the lead for the sixth time this season - no other player has put his side in front so often.
163 - received a straight red card in what was his 163rd Bundesliga appearance. With 124 sendings off, no other Bundesliga club has seen so many dismissals as Stuttgart.
1 - Matthias Ostrzolek picked up his very first red card, while it was also the first dismissal for his club Hamburg this season. The last red card shown to a HSV player was in March 2014, to Hakan Calhanoglu against Stuttgart.
4 - Lars Stindl scored for the fourth time, equalling his own personal best for a season.
1 - grabbed his first ever headed goal in the Bundesliga.
100 - Ömer Toprak brought up a century of appearances for Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga.
0 - Freiburg did not manage a single shot on goal from the 28th minute until stoppage time in their defeat to Leverkusen.