Cologne – Records, personal bests and some mind-boggling numbers – once again there were plenty flying around on Matchday 2 of the 2015/16 Bundesliga season. has collated the best....


4 – Borussia Dortmund followed up their 4-0 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach by hitting another four more goals without reply at FC Ingolstadt 04 to go to the top of the table on Matchday 2. The last time they were at the summit was way back in September 2013.

9 – Kevin Volland's goal for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim was the 48,683rd of Bundesliga history – and the quickest yet. Karim Bellarabi also scored after nine seconds on 23 August 2014, so just under a year to the day earlier, although Bellarabi's effort was clocked at 0.3 seconds slower.


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12 – Eintracht Frankfurt have not lost any of their last 12 home games (seven wins, five draws), which is their longest unbeaten home streak in 15 years.

6 – Augsburg are unbeaten in their last six Bundesliga games against Frankfurt (three wins, three draws). In the Bundesliga, Augsburg have a better record against the Eagles than against any other club.

5 – SV Werder Bremen have now been waiting five Bundesliga matches for a win.

5 – Hamburger SV have not lost any of their home games in the Bundesliga since Bruno Labbadia returned as their coach (three wins, two draws).

4 – Hertha Berlin have not won any of their last four games against Bremen (two draws, two defeats).

3 – Bayer 04 Leverkusen have won their first two Bundesliga matches for the third season in a row.

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10 - 1. FSV Mainz 05 took the lead in a game in Mönchengladbach at the 10th time of asking as they went on to clinch a 2-1 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach.


70 – Johan Djourou scored his first Bundesliga goal in his 70th league appearance. His 18th effort on goal made it 3-2 against VfB Stuttgart.

17 – Julian Draxler scored again against SV Darmstadt 98 on Matchday 2, and that can only mean one thing – FC Schalke 04 were not beaten. In the 17 games in which Draxler has found the back of the net for the Royal Blues, they have won 14 and drawn three.

11 – Hakan Calhanoglu scored his 11th direct free-kick in his 67th Bundesliga game. In each of the last two seasons, he was the Bundesliga's most prolific free-kick taker.

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10 – Robert Lewandowski scored his tenth Bundesliga goal against Oliver Baumann – he has not scored more against any other goalkeeper, while it was also his first goal as a substitute for Bayern.

8 – Nicklas Bendtner scored his first Bundesliga goal in precisely three quarters of a year against 1. FC Köln. Overall, it was his eighth goal for VfL Wolfsburg, all of which have come from the bench.

0 – In their eighth game under Michael Frontzeck, Hannover 96 failed to score for only the first time.

143 - No other Bundesliga side had to wait as long as Borussia Mönchengladbach did for their first goal of the season. Patrick Herrmann's strike ended 143 minutes without a goal for Lucien Favre's side.


400 – For Schalke, it was the 400th draw of their Bundesliga history.

250 – Marco Russ snatched a point for Eintracht Frankfurt against FC Augsburg in his 250th Bundesliga game.

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6 – With four points from their first two games, Wolfsburg have made their best start to a season in six years.

5 – Augsburg have failed to win either of their first two games for the fifth season in a row in the top flight.

4 – Four of the last five Bundesliga penalties taken against Manuel Neuer have been missed.

2 – Alexander Zorniger is the first Stuttgart coach since Ralf Rangnick in May 1999 to lose his first two games in charge of the Swabians.

0 – In their third season in the Bundesliga, SV Darmstadt have avoided defeat for the first time after two matchdays.

0 - Borussia Dortmund are the only remaining side in the Bundesliga not to have conceded a goal yet after two matchdays.