Cologne - Robert Lewandowski's amazing night ripped up the Bundesliga record books, but the FC Bayern München forward was not the only one to get the statisticians scrambling on Matchday 6.

There were plenty of statistical quirks on another dramatic, goal-filled week of action in the German top flight. In that vein, allow to crunch the numbers you need to know...

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1) #LewanGOALski

Robert Lewandowski’s (l.) spectacular quintuple against Wolfsburg means the Poland international is now just one strike shy of a century of Bundesliga goals, and it also eased him into fifth place in the list of the German top-flight’s all-time leading scorers. Check out all the records the Bayern forward broke in his nine-minute purple patch.

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2) Guardiola spells goals

Bayern’s second-half glut was exceptional, but the reigning champions have been prolific ever since Pep Guardiola (r.) took over. Tuesday's victory means they have now scored 300 competitive goals in the 117 games the Catalan has been in charge, an average of 2.6 goals-a-game.

3) Hamburg keep it clean

Hamburger SV’s 1-0 victory in Ingolstadt was the Northerners' third successive clean sheet - the first time they have achieved that feat since March-April 2007.

4) Bremen's unwanted milestone

With their 2-1 loss at SV Darmstadt 98, SV Werder Bremen have now conceded 2,500 Bundesliga goals. Only neighbours Hamburg have shipped more in the German top flight (2511).

5) Ibisevic is back

Vedad Ibisevic’s double in Hertha Berlin's 2-0 victory over 1.FC Köln brought to an end a 1427-minute Bundesliga goal drought for the Bosnia-Herzegovina international. It was the former VfB Stuttgart man’s 13th Bundesliga brace.

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6) Aubameyang breaks record

Like his predecessor at Dortmund Lewandowski, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang earned a slice of Bundesliga history this Matchday, with his strike at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim making him the first player to score in the opening six games of a German top-flight season. Including the last campaign, the Gabon international has found the net in his last eight Bundesliga outings - only Lewandowski has ever done that before in a Dortmund shirt.

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7) Schubert's dream debut

Andre Schubert's (r.) first game in charge of Borussia Mönchengladbach could hardly have gone better, as he watched his vibrant young Foals romp to a 4-2 victory over FC Augsburg. He also became the latest name in a long line of Gladbach coaches to have won their opening match, a streak stretching back to 1992.

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8) Schalke celebrate in style

FC Schalke 04 marked the club's 1600th Bundesliga game with a victory over Eintracht Frankfurt that was their fourth in as many competitive outings. The Gelsenkirchen club have not enjoyed a run as good as that since early 2014.

9) Stuttgart get going

Alexander Zorniger picked up his first points at VfB Stuttgart boss as his side came from behind to win 3-1 at Hannover 96. It was the Swabians' first victory in Hanover in nine years.

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10) 'Chicharito' opens account

Javier Hernandez (r.) became the fourth Mexican to score in the Bundesliga with his goal in the victory over 1.FSV Mainz 05. The Bayer 04 Leverkusen summer signing’s compatriot, Francisco 'Maza' Rodriguez, had been the last Mexican player to score in the German top flight while playing for VfB Stuttgart in 2011/12.