Cologne - There is just no stopping Thomas Tuchel's Borussia Dortmund, but the current Bundesliga leaders were not the only ones breaking records on Matchday 4.
As ever, bundesliga.com crunches the weekend numbers...
31 – 31 goals were scored on Matchday 4, a season record.
4 – Dortmund have made the best start to a campaign in their Bundesliga history (four wins, 15 goals for and three against).
0 – Nobody was sent off on Matchday 4, a season first.
5 - Including last season, Borussia Mönchengladbach have now lost their last five Bundesliga games in a row: their worst run of form since late 2010 under Michael Frontzeck.
4 - FC Bayern have won their opening four Bundesliga fixtures of the season for the first time under Pep Guardiola.
4 - SV Darmstadt 98 are enjoying a four-match unbeaten run for the first time in their Bundesliga history.
4 - Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has now missed the last four penalties he has taken in the Bundesliga, equalling a record held by Nuri Sahin, Bruno Labaddia and Marko Pantelic.
0 - Hoffenheim have failed to win in their opening four games of a season for the first time in their Bundesliga history.
12 - VfB Stuttgart have already conceded 12 goals after four games - more than ever before.
9 - Robert Lewandowski scored his ninth goal against FC Augsburg on his ninth Bundesliga appearance against the Bavarian club.
2500 - Anthony Modeste scored the 2,500th goal of Köln's Bundesliga history.
400 - Hannover 96 suffered their 400th Bundesliga defeat.
100 - FC Ingolstadt 04's Alfredo Morales collected the 100th yellow card of the season.
50 - Eduardo Vargas became the 50th different player to score for Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga when he netted against Bremen on Sunday.
6 - Collecting six points from their opening four games - three times as many as at the same juncture last season - Hamburger SV have made their best start to a campaign in five years (they had eight on the board at this stage in 2010/11).
3 - Promoted FC Ingolstadt 04have kept a league-high three clean sheets in four games.