It's a celebration we've seen 16 times already this season, more than in any previous campaign.
It's a celebration we've seen 16 times already this season, more than in any previous campaign.

Matchday 20 - Statistical review

FC Bayern München were once again on the ball in the last minute, Hamburger SV have now beaten every club to play in the Bundesliga and Anthony Modeste sent records tumbling. It was a thrilling Matchday 20 in the Bundesliga with just one goal left until the 50,000th.

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Bundesliga debutants RB Leipzig suffered their first-ever defeat at home in the top flight at the hands of Hamburg - the only ever-present side in the league.


Nicolai Müller provided three assists in a game for the first time in his 157th Bundesliga appearance.


Bayern won for the fourth time this season thanks to goals in the final ten minutes (at Schalke, Hamburg, Freiburg and Ingolstadt).

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Watch: FCB's Arjen Robben was thrilled with his side's last victory over fellow Bavarians Ingolstadt:


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Borussia Mönchengladbach are unbeaten in five games under Dieter Hecking (4 wins, 1 draw).


FC Schalke 04 have won their last nine home games against Hertha Berlin, including eight clean sheets. It’s the longest such run in the Royal Blues’ history.


FC Ingolstadt 04’s starting XI contained 11 different nationalities.


Modeste set a new personal best for 16 goals in a Bundesliga campaign and also equalled the record for a French player in the league.


Moreover, Modeste scored his 50th Bundesliga goal.


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Hamburg’s win in Leipzig means they have now beaten all other 54 clubs to have played in the German top flight.


There has never been a goalless draw in 64 Bundesliga games between Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt – a record for any match-up in the league.


Manuel Neuer kept his 100th Bundesliga clean sheet for Bayern in his 181st appearance.


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Markus Gisdol celebrated his biggest win as Hamburg boss in his 100th Bundesliga game as a coach.


Walace became the 250th player to score for HSV in the Bundesliga (6th Brazilian). No other team has had so many different goalscorers in the history of the league.


Diego Benaglio played his 257th Bundesliga game for VfL Wolfsburg and is now their all-time record appearance holder.


Maximilian Arnold scored the 600th goal at home for the Wolves in the Bundesliga.

Watch: Daniel Didavi on Wolfsburg's amazing effort to turn the game around against Hoffenheim:

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