David Alaba (r.) brought up 100 goals for FC Bayern this season with his Matchday 25 free-kick
David Alaba (r.) brought up 100 goals for FC Bayern this season with his Matchday 25 free-kick

Matchday 25 Statistical review

Cologne - Once again the statistical landscape of the Bundesliga has altered after Matchday 25's action.

To make sure you keep up to speed with all the latest records, landmarks and milestones, bundesliga.com has summarised the pertinent facts from the latest round of action in Germany's top flight...

13 - Hertha have not managed to beat Schalke in their last 13 meetings.

196 - 196 days after tearing his cruciate knee ligaments, celebrated his comeback by scoring his first Bundesliga goal in almost five years.

178 - has already scored two goals in just 178 minutes on the field. His father Souleymane Sané had to wait 267 minutes for his first goal back at the end of the 1980s.

16 - FC Bayern have already scored 16 long-range goals this season. Since such data began being collected (in 1992), Bayern have never scored so many goals from distance in a single season.

100 - Mainz's win in Augsburg was their 100th in the top flight of German football.

31 - Leverkusen have gone five consecutive games without conceding for the first time in 31 years. The last time was when Dettmar Cramer was in their goal in 1984.

7 - Köln registered their seventh goalless draw of the season against BVB. Never has a side drawn so many games 0-0 in a single campaign, and there are still nine games of this one to go.

200 - Dortmund were held to a draw at home for the 200th time.

42 - After 42 games in a row between the posts for Bayern, was rested to miss his first game since April last year.

23 - became the 23rd player to stand between the posts for FC Bayern (including defender Michael Tarnat). After Jean-Marie Pfaff, he became only the second foreign Bayern goalkeeper and the first ever to come from Spain not only for the Bavarians, but for the entire Bundesliga.

7 - HSV gave away a penalty for the seventh time this season - that is a league high shared with SC Paderborn. Five of these penalties have come in the eight games since the winter break.

14 - Hamburg have failed to find the back of the net 14 times this season, equaling their record for a season from 1991/92, and there are still nine games left for them to make matters worse.

100 - made his 100th Bundesliga appearance in Augsburg's game against Mainz.

8 - Patrick Herrmann has scored half of Gladbach's ten goals in the second half of the season with a total of eight in the current campaign - a new personal single season best.

23 - Borussia Mönchengladbach sent in a total of 23 shots on goal against Hannover 96 - their highest number this season. They have done more in the past under Lucien Favre, though, on 26 April 2012 in Bremen.

8 - Wolfsburg have won eight of their nine games following an appearance in the UEFA Europa League. Their other game ended in a draw.

50 - Ricardo Rodriguez converted Wolfsburg's 50th penalty in the Bundesliga (from 67 attempts)