Borussia Mönchengladbach notched an impressive 2-0 victory away to Bundesliga leaders Bayern München in Matchay 26's final game
Borussia Mönchengladbach notched an impressive 2-0 victory away to Bundesliga leaders Bayern München in Matchay 26's final game

Matchday 26 Statistical review

Cologne - The league of world champions welcomed a significant guest this weekend with the ten-million mark reached in terms of overall crowd figures in the current campaign. As if that was not enough, there were plenty of other records set and broken on another barn-storming weekend of action in Germany's top tier.

As always, has all the most important figures from the weekend...

18 - No other side has proven as deadly from set-pieces this season as SV Werder Bremen, who netted their 18th goal of the campaign from a dead ball situation in the 1-1 draw with 1. FC Köln.

100 - Nils Petersen’s goal in their 2-0 defeat, was the 100th away goal FC Augsburg have conceded during their four-year stint in the Bundesliga.

4 - There were four away winners on Matchday 26 – there have not been more on a single Matchday this season.

10 - Hannover remained without a win for a tenth straight league outing (four draws, six losses), a run of form that represents the Reds’ longest winless streak in five years.

7 - Dortmund are unbeaten in seven (five wins, two draws) and having beaten Hannover 96 3-2, have now registered more wins in the second half of the season than they did in the entirety of the first.

1,229 - Shinji Kagawa put an end to a run of 1,229 minutes without a Bundesliga goal by scoring Dortmund’s second in the win in Hanover.

18 - VfB Stuttgart scored more goals in the space of 18 minutes (63rd - 80th) against Eintracht Frankfurt than they managed in their previous eight home games combined (two).

70 - Nils Petersen was brought off the bench for a second time this season by SC Freiburg and, after netting in the 2-0 win over FC Augsburg, has now scored four goals in his 70 minutes as a substitute, making him the most prolific super-sub of the 2014/15.

2 - Daniel Ginczek bagged his first-ever brace in the Bundesliga in the 3-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt, scoring his first two goals for VfB Stuttgart and at the same time becoming the first striker to score for Huub Stevens’ side in 2015.

6 - Lars Stindl has set a new personal single-season record by scoring six times in 2014/15. Unfortunately none of the four games the Hannover 96 captain has scored in have ended in victories for his side (two draws, two losses).

360 - Leverkusen have gone 260 minutes without conceding in the Bundesliga, a feat last achieved four years ago when Jupp Heynckes was their head coach and Rene Adler played between the sticks.

17 - SV Werder Bremen have collected as many points in the second half of the season as they did during the first.

461 - SC Paderborn 07 have now gone 461 minutes without scoring a goal.

1 - Leonardo Bittencourt, Cleber and Ermin Bicakcic were all shown red cards for the first time in their Bundesliga careers on Matchday 26.

16 - Hamburg lost a Friday evening match for the first time in 16 years against the same side that inflicted that defeat - a 4-0 loss in December 1998 - Hertha Berlin.