Lukas Rupp (l.), Bernd Leno (c.) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (r.) all had weekends to remember on Matchday 31
Lukas Rupp (l.), Bernd Leno (c.) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (r.) all had weekends to remember on Matchday 31

Matchday 31 Statistical Review

Cologne - While goals, results and league positions give a handy overview of the latest happenings in Germany's top flight, scratch beneath the surface and there is an ocean of intriguing sub-plots, runs and records to be explored.

With that in mind, has rounded up the best of the Matchday 31 statistics...

21 – Wolfsburg are the only team this season not to have lost at home. Furthermore, they haven't been defeated on their own patch in their last 21 Bundesliga games, which is a new club record.

14 – Hannover 96 are still without a victory after 14 rounds of matches in the second half of the season. The last time the club went on such a negative run, back in 1985/86, they were relegated.

10 – Leverkusen extended their unbeaten run in the Bundesliga to ten matches. The last time they recorded a similar streak in a single season was under Jupp Heynckes over five years ago.

1 – Mats Hummels' goal for Dortmund was the first Hoffenheim have conceded from a corner this term.

0 – Since talismanic striker Alex Meier was ruled out for the season with injury, Frankfurt have failed to score, firing blanks in their last four matches.

100 –Ivan Perisic's strike to put Wolfsburg 2-0 up against Hannover was the club's 100th competitive goal this season.

50 – Martin Harnik scored his 50th Bundesliga goal on Saturday. He's netted 49 of them for Stuttgart and one for Bremen.

20 – Leverkusen had 20 shots against Bayern (who only had nine themselves) on Saturday. No other side has had so many attempts on goal against the Bundesliga champions this season.

9 – Köln's 0-0 draw with Augsburg means almost a third of all the Billy Goats' league games this season have ended goalless.

4 – Augsburg did not draw a single game prior to the winter break but have now chalked up four stalemates since the turn of the year.

1 – Paderborn's 2-1 triumph over Freiburg was the first time they have won in the Bundesliga despite being behind at half-time.

Take a look at the weekend's Top 5 goals, courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel:

6 – Frankfurt have now lost each of their last six successive away games.

7 – Ever since Borussia Dortmund coach Jürgen Klopp announced he would be stepping down, BVB have earned seven points from three league games. They also reached the DFB Cup final after beating Bayern on penalties in the semi-finals.

6 – Six goals were scored by supersubs on Matchday 31, equalling the season record set on Matchday 14 - when the same teams faced each other in the reverse fixtures.

0 – Despite emotions flaring as the season enters its decisive phase, there were no penalties awarded on Matchday 31.