FC Bayern and Manuel Neuer (l.) set a new record on Matchday 30, Schalke and Klaas Jan-Huntelaar's (c.) slump continued, while Stefan Bell (r.) wrote a piece of Mainz history
FC Bayern and Manuel Neuer (l.) set a new record on Matchday 30, Schalke and Klaas Jan-Huntelaar's (c.) slump continued, while Stefan Bell (r.) wrote a piece of Mainz history
Bundesliga

Matchday 30 Statistical Review

Cologne - It was a memorable weekend for FC Bayern München, one to forget for FC Schalke 04, while VfB Stuttgart were left with plenty to ponder in the Bundesliga basement.

bundesliga.com crunches the numbers from Matchday 30...

37.5 - Hertha Berlin’s seven-game unbeaten streak came to en end against FC Bayern on Saturday. The capital club have not beaten the Bavarians away from home in 37.5 years. Their last victory in Munich was a 2-0 win in October 1977 and since then they have lost 16 times and drawn on four occasions.

14 - Hannover 96 haven’t won in their last 14 league outings, which represents their second-worst ever run in the Bundesliga.

14 -Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has now scored 14 goals this season - one more than he managed in 2013/14.

8 - Köln extended their unbeaten run at home to eight games with the draw against Leverkusen. Six of those eight fixtures have ended in a point apiece.

1 - Against Augsburg, Hamburger SV finally scored their first header of the season, becoming the final team to do so in 2014/15.

3 -Anthony Modeste’s goal against Hannover was only the third time Hoffenheim have scored inside the first minute of a Bundesliga game.

21 - FC Bayern kept a clean sheet for the 21st time this season, equalling the Bundesliga record they set in the 2012/13 campaign. The Bavarians still have four games to improve on that best-mark.

19 -Manuel Neuer has now kept 19 Bundesliga clean sheets this term, equalling the single-season record set by Oliver Kahn in 2001/02.

42 -Kevin De Bruyne only had 42 touches against Gladbach, his lowest-ever figure in 79 Bundesliga games.

8 - Werder Bremen came from behind to take at least a point for the eighth time this season, a league-high.

4 -Hakan Calhanoglu is the fourth player to have missed a penalty in the Rhine derby between Köln and Leverkusen, joining Dimitar Berbatov, Pierre Littbarski and Klaus Allofs with that particular unwanted record.

3 - Leverkusen's Julian Brandt scored his third goal of the season on Saturday, meaning the 18-year-old now has one more than he managed in 2013/14.