Cologne - An unwanted defensive record for Borussia Dortmund, a landmark victory for Borussia Mönchengladbach and a club record for Bayer 04 Leverkusen: Matchday 33 threw up another bucketload of interesting stats.

bundesliga.com has crunched the numbers to bring you the key facts and figures to have emerged from Matchday 33...

6 - There were six home wins this weekend, with only Matchdays 13 and 23 (both seven) producing more victories for sides playing on their own patch.

19 - Just 19 goals were scored on Matchday 33, with only Matchdays 6 and 19 producing less goals.

24 - Last week, Borussia Mönchengladbach beat Bayer 04 Leverkusen for the first time in 26 years, and now the Foals have ended their hoodoo at SV Werder Bremen with Matchday 33’s 2-0 win. After 24 unsuccessful trips to Bremen, it was Borussia’s first win at the Weserstadion since a 7-1 triumph in March 1987.

13 - Gladbach are now unbeaten in the Bundesliga in 13 games. The last time they managed that was 33 years ago when Jupp Heynckes was coach.

16 - Hannover 96 ended a run of 16 matches without a victory by beating FC Augsburg 2-1 on Saturday. Their last win in the league was also against Augsburg back on Matchday 16. Indeed, Hannover are yet to lose a top-flight game against Augsburg, having won five and drawn three of their eight meetings.

100 - In his 100th Bundesliga appearance, Augsburg skipper Paul Verhaegh scored a penalty before being sent off.

6 - Leverkusen’s 2-0 home win over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim ensured that the hosts kept a sixth straight clean sheet in the Bundesliga, which is a new club record.

135 - Leverkusen’s Stefan Kießling now has 135 Bundesliga goals. He needs just one more to move level with legendary Hamburg frontman Horst Hrubesch and into joint-18th place on the list of all-time Bundesliga goalscorers.

4 - Bayer, who can only finish 4th this season, will have to negotiate a qualifying round to the reach the UEFA Champions League group stage for a fifth time. They have been successful in all four of their previous attempts.

2 - VfB Stuttgart beat Hamburger SV 2-1 to record back-to-back league wins for the first time since September 2013 and for the first time under Huub Stevens.

100 - After the sides' 100th Bundesliga meeting, Hamburg fall below VfB in the table and must now beat Schalke on the final day to have any hope of staying up.

19 - In losing 1-0 to FC Schalke 04, SC Paderborn 07 conceded in the final quarter of an hour for the 19th time this season, a league high.

12 - Paderborn also failed to score away from home for the 12th time this season, equalling the records of FC Energie Cottbus in 2001/02, SG Dynamo Dresden in 1991/92 and Rot-Weiß Oberhausen in 1971/72.

19 - SC Freiburg’s 2-1 win over FC Bayern München was their first in the Bundesliga in 19 years. They last managed it in March 1996 when Otto Rehhagel was Bayern coach.

500 - Bayern's Bastian Schweinsteiger scored his 44th Bundesliga goal on his 500th appearance for the club.

2011 For the first time since February 2011, Bayern were beaten in the Bundesliga despite having scored the first goal.

5 - After their 2-0 defeat at the Coface Arena, 1. FC Köln have played five away games at 1. FSV Mainz 05 in the Bundesliga and lost all of them. The 05ers are the only club currently in the top flight against whom the Billy Goats are pointless away from home. Additionally, this was the fifth straight away game in which Köln have failed to score, equalling a club record.

4 - Following a 2-1 loss at VfL Wolfsburg, Borussia Dortmund have now conceded in the opening minute of a Bundesliga game for the fourth time this season. They did the same against Leverkusen on Matchday 1, Mainz on Matchday 21 and Gladbach on Matchday 28.

7 - Wolfsburg defender Naldo scored his seventh goal of the season in the win over BVB.

14 - BVB suffered their 14th defeat of the campaign against Wolfsburg, more than they lost in the last two seasons combined.

1 - Eintracht Frankfurt kept a clean sheet away from home for the first time all season in their goalless draw at Hertha Berlin.