Matchday 28 Statistical review

Cologne - What has Robert Lewandowski done more than any other player this campaign? How many matches has it been since Hamburger SV scored a goal? And when did FC Schalke 04 last pick up a Bundesliga win?

Read on to find out, as


crunches the numbers to bring you the key facts and figures to have emerged from the Matchday 28 action...


- After going

527 Bundesliga

minutes without conceding, Leverkusen goalkeeper

Bernd Leno

was finally beaten again in his side’s

3-2 win

over Mainz on Saturday. No other


custodian has ever had such a lengthy run without shipping a goal.


- For the first time

in 14 years

, Schalke have failed to score in three consecutive league games. The last time it happened was at the start of 2001 when Huub Stevens was coach.


- Hannover 96 have now gone

12 straight games without victory

(six draws and six defeats), making Tayfun Korkut the first coach in the Reds’ Bundesliga history to chalk up such an unwanted record.


- Hertha Berlin are now

unbeaten in their last six outings

(three wins, three draws). The last time they managed a similar streak was six years ago when current Gladbach coach Lucien Favre was in charge.


- After a hat-trick in Frankfurt during the


, FC Bayern München's

Thomas Müller

netted his fourth goal of the season against Thomas Schaaf’s men on Matchday 28.

100 - On the occasion of his 100th Bundesliga appearance, 1. FSV Mainz 05’s Ja-Cheol Koo scored his first brace.

2 - For the first time this season, VfB Stuttgart have won back-to-back home games. Huub Stevens’ men have, therefore, picked up as many points (six) from the last two on home turf as in the other 12 games at the Mercedes Benz Arena this season combined.

1 - Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg scored his maiden Bundesliga goal in his 27th game.

6 - In their 11th Rückrunde encounter, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim slumped to a sixth defeat - meaning Markus Gisdol’s side have already lost more in 2015 than they did in the entire Hinrunde (five defeats).


- Köln’s

Matthias Lehmann

has successfully converted

all six of his penalties in the Bundesliga




For the 33rd time in their history

, Bremen conceded a goal with a man advantage: more than any Bundesliga club ever.


- For the first time,

die Grün-Weißen

have gone

four games without victory

under Viktor Skripnik.



Heung-Min Son

found the net

for the sixth time

in the


, once more than the entire first half of the campaign.



For the tenth time this season

, a

Hiroshi Kiyotake

dead-ball situation led to a goal.

42 - Hoffenheim fired in 24 shots to 1. FC Köln’s 18 on Matchday 28 - a new season high.

2 - Bas Dostassisted two goals for the first time in his Bundesliga career.

1 - FC Augsburg have only won one of their last nine games and have only taken one point from their last four.

2 - For the first time ever in a Bundesliga match, Mainz were awarded two penalties.