Stefan Kießling helped Bayer 04 Leverkusen to their seventh straight Bundesliga win, equalling a club record
Stefan Kießling helped Bayer 04 Leverkusen to their seventh straight Bundesliga win, equalling a club record

Matchday 29 Statistical review

Cologne - Bayer 04 Leverkusen's seventh straight Bundesliga win and the continuation of Hannover 96's wait for a first victory in 2015 were not the only numerical novelties to emerge from Matchday 29 in the Bundesliga. presents the stories of the weekend in numbers...

7 - Leverkusen equalled a club record seventh Bundesliga win in a row (within one season) thanks to a 4-0 win over Hannover. They last put together such a streak in autumn 2001.

158 - Leverkusen finally scored from a corner this season at the 158th time of asking. It was the goal that gave them a 1-0 lead over Hannover.

118 - Hakan Calhanoglu has taken 118 of those corners this season, and it was his first which led to a goal.

14 - Bayer kept a clean sheet for the 14th time this season, equalling a club record set in the 1989/90 campaign.

9 - Two streaks were extended in Friday's goalless draw at the Commerzbank Arena on, with Borussia Mönchengladbach making it nine games unbeaten but Eintracht Frankfurt now nine home games without a win.

4 - After a 2-0 defeat to FC Bayern München, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim have lost their last four fixtures (league and cup) - that is their longest string of defeats under Markus Gisdol.

5 - FC Augsburg beat VfB Stuttgart for the fifth time in a row. That is the Bavarians' best run against any other Bundesliga side.

30 - Following a 3-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund, SC Paderborn have already conceded 30 goals in the second half of the season, more than any other team.

11 - Paderborn failed to find the back of the net for the 11th time in 15 away games this season - more than any other side in the Bundesliga.

250 - FC Bayern kept their 250th clean sheet in the Bundesliga away from home, more than any other side. Their nearest rivals have only 174 shut-outs.

8 - 1. FC Köln picked up their eighth goalless draw of the season, which is already a new Bundesliga record for a single season.

6 - In their tenth game under Pal Dardai, Hertha Berlin picked up their sixth clean sheet - already twice as many as they had managed in their previous 19 games under Jos Luhukay.

5 - The stalemate was Schalke's fifth game without a win, a run the club last endured back in late 2012, not under Jens Keller but Huub Stevens. They are still yet to win away from home in 2015.

10 - Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne now has ten goals this season, equalling his personal best in a Bundesliga season (set for Bremen back in 2012/13).

8 - Ralf Fährmann made eight saves against the Wolves and also ha 64 touches of the ball, second only to Roman Neustädter on his team