Bayern Munich pulled level with Borussia Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga standings on Matchday 9, while Bayer Leverkusen turned on the style to make history. We round up some of the standout numbers from the weekend's action...
For the first time in their Bundesliga history, Augsburg lost after holding the lead at half-time.
There were only two home wins on Matchday 9 – the lowest tally in a single round of matches in 2017/18.
Leon Goretzka has now scored in three consecutive Bundesliga games for the first time ever.
Leverkusen are unbeaten in their last four games, winning tow and drawing two. They never managed to go undefeated for that long in all of last season.
RB Leipzig are currently on the longest winning streak of all the teams in the Bundesliga, having triumphed in their last four league outings.
Leverkusen scored five goals in one half for the second time in their history. The first came in a 9-1 drubbing of Ulm in March 2000.
Borussia Mönchengladbach conceded five Bundesliga goals on home soil for the first time this century. It last happened in a 8-2 defeat to Leverkusen in October 1998.
Watch: Leverkusen's Bailey hails half-time changes
For the first time this season on a single match day, six penalties were awarded.
Leverkusen’s Joel Pohjanpalo registered his seventh Bundesliga goal as a substitute against Gladbach. Only Dimitar Berbatov scored more goals from the bench (eight) for the club.
Stuttgart have lost their last eight away matches, dating back to last season.
Werder Bremen goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka made a league-high nine saves against Cologne.
Niclas Füllkrug scored as many goals in 13 minutes against Augsburg as he had in his entire Bundesliga career (two).
Hoffenheim have scored in all 14 of their away matches in the Bundesliga in 2017 - their longest-ever scoring streak on the road.
Watch: Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric expresses his frustration after drawing with Wolfsburg
Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho is the youngest player to appear in the Bundesliga this season (17 years, six months and 26 days).
Bayern are unbeaten in their last 18 competitive outings with Hamburg, winning the last seven.
Mario Götze celebrated his 100th Bundesliga appearance in a Dortmund shirt with an assist for Maximilian Philipp.
Stuttgart’s Andreas Beck made his 250th Bundesliga appearance on Matchday 9.
Werder have are 394 minutes without a Bundesliga goal and counting.
Sven Bender scored his first Bundesliga goal in 1365 minutes. It was his first as a Leverkusen player.
The number of minutes that separate Janik Haberer’s last two Bundesliga goals, both of which came against Hertha Berlin.