American teenager Christian Pulisic stole the show in Hamburg with a landmark goal in the long history of Borussia Dortmund. - © © imago / MIS
American teenager Christian Pulisic stole the show in Hamburg with a landmark goal in the long history of Borussia Dortmund. - © © imago / MIS

James Rodriguez, Christian Pulisic and the Matchday 5 statistical breakdown

James Rodriguez finds the net with his very first Bundesliga shot and Christian Pulisic brings up a Borussia Dortmund milestone as tots up the best stats of Matchday 5.


James Rodriguez hits nothing but net with his first shot in the Bundesliga, claiming Bayern Munich’s second goal in their 3-0 win against Schalke.

Watch: James on his first goal in the Bundesliga


Augsburg’s 1-0 defeat of RB Leipzig means the club registered three straight wins for the first time under Manuel Baum.


Eintracht Frankfurt have set a club record by keeping clean sheets in their opening three away matches of the season.


Mathew Leckie has now got four goals in five Bundesliga games for Hertha Berlin, more than in 71 matches for Mönchengladbach and Ingolstadt.


For the first time in their long Bundesliga history, Dortmund have kept clean sheets in each of their opening five games. In fact, they have never had a longer run at any stage of a Bundesliga season.


All of Frankfurt’s seven points this season have come from their three-game unbeaten run on their travels.


Raffael has now got seven career goals against Stuttgart — only against Bremen has he found the net more times in the Bundesliga (8).

Watch: Thorgan Hazard praises Raffael


Leipzig boss Ralph Hasenhüttl made nine changes to his Matchday 4 line-up for the game at Augsburg, a first for RBL at professional level.


Hannover have set a new club record in going unbeaten for their first five matches of the season while their 11 points also constitutes a H96 first at this stage of a Bundesliga campaign.


Freiburg’s Nils Petersen’s only shot of the game against Hannover was enough for him to record his 20th Bundesliga goal after coming off the bench, extending his record in the category.


Before their third goal, Bayern played 22 successive passes, including James’ killer ball through to Arturo Vidal.


Shinji Kagawa notched the 37th goal of his Bundesliga career, moving level with Shinji Okazaki as Japan’s leading Bundesliga marksmen.


Fin Bartels’ equaliser for Bremen against Wolfsburg was his first Bundesliga goal scored with his head in his 145th top-flight game.


Dortmund brought up their 750th Bundesliga win, a milestone only previously achieved by Bayern and Bremen.


Christian Pulisic’s strike — Dortmund’s third in Hamburg — was his club’s 3000th in the Bundesliga.

Read: MD5's Man of the Matchday: James