bundesliga.com has even more reasons to follow the top-flight action in Germany with some interesting statistics and facts to have emerged from the latest weekend of Bundesliga action.
481,487 - The number of spectators who passed through the turnstiles on Matchday 32.
2 - For the first time in Bundesliga history, only two points separate 14th and 18th place with two games to go.
16 - Hannover 96 failed to win for the 16th game in a row. Next week they face Augsburg, the last team they beat in the Bundesliga.
12 - Mönchengladbach's win over Leverkusen means they are now 12 games unbeaten (nine wins, three draws). That is currently the longest unbeaten streak of any side in the Bundesliga, making them also the best team in the second half of the season.
22 - After going 22 visits to Mönchengladbach in a row without losing, Leverkusen have now lost there again for the first time in 26 years.
63 - Gladbach now have 63 points to their name, which is a new club record since there have been three points for a win. The last time they had a comparable record was 31 years ago.
8 - Max Kruse has scored in each of his last three games, putting his side 1-0 in front for the eighth time - more than any other player this season.
2,500 - HSV conceded their 2,500th Bundesliga goal against Freiburg, making them the first club to reach this landmark.
9 - For the ninth time, Werder picked up a point despite falling behind – more than any other club.
8 – Schalke have failed to win a single one of their eight away games since the winter break (D4, L4) - the club's longest barren spell in 21 years.
3 - Pepe Reina has become the third Bayern goalkeeperafter Oliver Kahn and Raimond Aumann to be shown a red card. It was the second fastest dismissal in Bayern's history with Markus Babbel seeing red in October 1999 against VfB Stuttgart after just four minutes.
0 - Since wrapping up the title, Bayern have not picked up a single point (0-2 in Leverkusen and 0-1 against Augsburg).
360 - Bayern have not scored a goal in their last 360 minutes in all competitions. The last time they went so long without finding the back of the net was 17 years ago under Giovanni Trapattoni.
10 - Dortmund's win over Hertha Berlin means they are still unbeaten since Jürgen Klopp announced he will be resigning in the summer. They have picked up ten out of a possible 12 points in the Bundesliga and also moved into the final of the DFB Cup.
5 - Freiburg have now not lost any of their last five visits to Hamburg (two draws, three wins).
2 - For the first time since Martin Schmidt took charge, Mainz have lost two games in a row.
15 - 15 goals have been scored by Wolfsburg defenders this season following Timm Klose's effort against SC Paderborn 07. Only Bayern have produced more goal-socring defenders in a single campaign since data began being collected in 1992 (1992/93).
16 - Klose is Wolfsburg's 16th different goalscorer this season - a league high and club record.
10 - Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in their last 10 home games (six wins, four draws). That is their longest unbeaten run at home in 15 years.
233 - Thomas Schaaf celebrated his 233rd win in the Bundesliga, moving level with Hennes Weisweiler in fifth place in the overall standings.
39 - Eintracht Frankfurt secured their place in the top flight next season thanks to their win over Hoffenheim. It also meant they celebrated more wins already than in the whole of last season (ten) and they have more points (39) than they did after 34 matches of last season (36).
18 - For the 18th time this season, a Zlatko Junuzovic free-kick led to a goal. Rodolfo Cardoso was the last to create so many goals from set-pieces, in 1994/95 when he was playing for SC Freiburg.
17 - After conceding 17 goals in their last seven games, Stuttgart were finally able to keep a clean sheet for the first time in two months (since 6 March against Hertha).
6 - Ron-Robert Zieler conceded his sixth direct free-kick of the current season, more than any other goalkeeper. He was also beaten from a set-piece for the German national team in a recent game against Australia.
13 - Köln recorded their 13th clean sheet of the season in Sunday's win over Schalke, equalling the record for the number of shutouts by a promoted club (Bayern, 1965/66.)
8 - In 15 games in the second half of the season, Dortmund have already celebrated twice as many wins (eight) as they did in the entire first half of the season.
2 - Hertha had only two shots on goal - fewer than in any other game this season.