Hoffenheim's unbeaten record continues, Leverkusen return to winning ways and Aubameyang goes on a goalscoring spree. Bundesliga.com reviews the standout Matchday 10 statistics.

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TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, FC Bayern München and RB Leipzig are all still unbeaten after 10 Matchdays.


Dirk Schuster, FC Augsburg's head coach, brought two players off the bench who both scored during his side's 2-0 win against FC Ingolstadt 04 - a first in the Bundesliga.


Following their defeat to Sportfreunde Lotte in the DFB Cup, Bayer 04 Leverkusen have now won three matches in a row, their longest winning streak this season.


Aubameyang was the first player this season to score four times in one match. Robert Lewandowski's record breaking five goals against VfL Wolfsburg in September 2015 was the last time a player in the Bundesliga had found the net more than three times in the space of 90 minutes.

Watch: Aubameyang's delight in scoring four against Hamburger SV.


For a ninth consecutive time, RB Leipzig were first to score. It was only on Matchday 1 against Hoffenheim that they found themselves on the back foot.


Eintracht Frankfurt have won 10 matches under Niko Kovac, eight of those with a one-goal difference.


Frankfurt have 18 points to their name, only once since the three-point rule was introduced in 1995 have they racked up more ten games into a season. Four years ago The Eagles had 20 points at this stage.

Frankfurt are currently enjoying an unbeaten run of four Matchdays.


A total of 31 goals were netted during Matchday 10, 12 more than on Matchday 9.


Hoffenheim covered a total of 123.2 kilometers in their 1-1 draw against Bayern, a new Bundesliga season record.


Wolfsburg's Mario Gomez scored the 140th and 141st Bundesliga goal of his career during Matchday 10. He is now ranked 15th in the all-time leading Bundesliga goalscorers alongside Bernd Nickel.

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