bundesliga.com 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.
8 - Leverkusen have won their last eight home games against Hannover with a goal difference of 21-1.
13 - Hannover's wait for a win now extends to 13 games, which is the second-longest winless run in the Lower Saxony club's Bundesliga history.
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.
7 - 1. FSV Mainz 05's Shinji Okazaki netted his seventh Bundesliga brace in the 3-2 win at SC Freiburg on Matchday 29. That is more than any other Japanese player in the Bundesliga.
9 - Nine of Okazaki's 12 goals this season have come away from home, making him the most prolific scorer this season on enemy territory.
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.
14 - The league leaders have never lost in 14 top-flight games against Hoffenheim, winning ten and drawing four.
2 - (l.) scored his second goal of the season on Matchday 29, against the same opponents he had scored his first: 1899 Hoffenheim.
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.
500 - SV Werder Bremen's 1-0 win over Hamburger SV in the Nordderby was their 500th victory in the Bundesliga.
5 - It was also Bremen's fifth home win in a row against their rivals from the north of Germany.
5 - For HSV, it was a fifth straight defeat, achieved under three different coaches, with Bruno Labbadia the latest to taste disappointment.
20 - VfL Wolfsburg’s 1-1 draw with FC Schalke 04 means the Wolves have now equalled a clubs record of having gone 20 league games unbeaten at home, although their run of six straight home wins to start 2015 is now at an end. However, Dieter Hecking's men are still yet to lose a game following European engagements this season (eight wins, three draws).
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