Robert Lewandowski makes headlines again, Timo Werner loves playing against Gladbach and an unwanted record for Rene Adler.
bundesliga.com shines the spotlight on the standout numbers from Bundesliga Matchday 4...
Borussia Dortmund have gone the first four games of the season without conceding a goal for only the second time since 2001/02 – when they ended up as Bundesliga champions.
Watch: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said "it was fun" against Cologne on Matchday 4
Augsburg scored two long-range goals in a single Bundesliga game for the first time ever.
Martin Harnik now has three Bundesliga goals this season, which is more than he managed in the entire 2015/16 campaign for Stuttgart (two in 19 games).
Timo Werner found the net once more against Borussia Mönchengladbach, meaning he has now scored once in each of Leipzig’s three Bundesliga games against the Foals. Leipzig are also unbeaten against Gladbach (two draws, one win).
Dortmund have been top of the table at the end of each Matchday this season, a feat they have never previously achieved.
Stuttgart have got six points from the first four games, their best return at this stage of a top-flight season since 2008/09.
Augsburg have made their best ever start to a Bundesliga campaign, with seven points on the board after four games.
Hannover have likewise gotten off to their best ever Bundesliga start and are unbeaten (three wins, one draw) so far this term.
Schalke have now won more away games against Bremen (14) than against any other club.
Hannover are unbeaten in their 14 competitive games under head coach Andre Breitenreiter (ten wins, four draws).
A total of 28 goals were scored on Matchday 4, the most on any weekend this season.
Veljkovic's own goal for Bremen was the 57th in the club's history – an unwanted Bundesliga record.
100Lewandowski grabbed his 81st and 82nd Bundesliga goals for Bayern in his 100th league outing for the Bavarians. He now has 156 Bundesliga goals, overtaking Mario Gomez as the highest-scoring player still currently active in Germany.
Watch: Lewandowski on Bayern's win over Mainz