There were Bundesliga firsts for Julian Weigl and Lucas Alario, new records for Robert Lewandowski and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, among others, and a whole host of other juicy statistics on Matchday 6. bundesliga.com rounds up the best of them...
0There were no away wins recorded on Matchday 6, the first time that has happened during a round of matches this season.
Julian Weigl scored his first Bundesliga goal with his 17th shot on goal in what was his 62nd top-flight appearance.
New Bayer Leverkusen striker Alario scored his first Bundesliga goal with his first shot in his first game for the club.
Leverkusen's Kevin Volland found the net twice on Sunday. It was his the second time this season he has netted a double - he has never scored more than two braces in a single campaign, and there are still 28 rounds of matches to go.
Martin Schmidt is unbeaten in all three visits to Bayern Munich as a head coach. His Wolfsburg side drew 2-2 on Matchday 6, and he previously recorded a win and a draw while in charge of Mainz.
Watch: Werner on Leipzig's home win over Frankfurt on Matchday 6
Freiburg are unbeaten in five games in Bremen. The Black Forest club have never lost at Werder under head coach Christian Streich.
Hannover are unbeaten in their first six games of the season for the first time ever.
Aubameyang has scored eight times in the Bundesliga in 2017/18 – more than he has ever managed at this stage of a season.
Watch: Aubameyang on this season's top scorers' race
Hannover kept an eighth clean sheet in their eighth home game under coach Andre Breitenreiter (matches spread across the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2).
Robben found the net against Wolfsburg for the ninth time – more than he has scored against any other Bundesliga team.
Stuttgart are undefeated in all 12 home games (Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2) in the current calendar year.
Hoffenheim have picked up 14 of 18 possible points so far this season, their best ever start to a Bundesliga campaign.
Lewandowski has scored 15 times in 14 matches against Wolfsburg.
Borussia Dortmund currently have a goal difference of plus 18, a Bundesliga record after six rounds of matches. Bayern Munich held the previous record of plus 17, set in 2015.
Dennis Geiger scored his maiden Bundesliga goal at the age of 19. Christian Pulisic is the only player younger than him to have found the net this season.
Hoffenheim are unbeaten in their last 21 Bundelsiga home games (14 wins, seven draws).
Dortmund's unbeaten streak at home now stands at 41 Bundesliga matches.
Arjen Robben scored his 92nd Bundesliga goal for Bayern, pulling him level with Giovane Elber as the club's highest-scoring foreigner in the league.
Freiburg's draw with Bremen meant Streich earned his 200th point in the Bundesliga.
Naldo made his 323rd Bundesliga appearance, putting him second behind Ze Roberto (336) as the Brazilian with most outings in Germany's top flight.
Pablo De Blasis scored Mainz's 500th Bundesliga goal.
Watch: De Blasis on his historic strike
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Bürki went 515 minutes without conceding in the Bundesliga this season (almost six full games), before Gladbach's Lars Stindl struck this weekend.