There was a goal record for Shinji Kagawa, a no-goal record for Hamburg, an unwanted first for Bayern Munich, a welocme first for Leon Bailey and a landmark for Jann-Fiete Arp to make anyone feel old on Matchday 7. bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the numbers from the weekend's action...
A first for Bayern Munich following their 2-2 draw with Hertha Berlin, the Bavarian giants having never before given up two-goal leads in successive games, until now.
In eleven games for Bayern in all competitions this season, striker Robert Lewandowski has failed to score in just two.
Within three first-half minutes, Freiburg scored as many goals  as in six previous Matchdays. Christian Streich's side finished with three against opponents Hoffenheim.
Hamburg have failed to score in all five matches during September.
Borussia Mönchengladbach have won their last six home matches against Hannover. It’s their longest winning run against a single opponent in front of their own fans.
In his sixth Bundesliga game against Bayern, Hertha Berlin forward Salomon Kalou scored his first top-flight goal. The Ivorian previously found the target against the Bavarian giants in the Champions League for Lille.
Sergio Cordova is the only player this season to come on as a substitute on all seven matchdays.
Leon Bailey scored his first Bundesliga goal with his 13th shot in his 13th league appearance.
Watch: Bailey on his maiden Bundesliga goal
Hannover suffered their first defeat under Andre Breitenreiter in his 17th game in charge. It was also their first loss of the season.
Dortmund’s total of 19 points and +19 goal difference is the best in their history from seven games.
Çaglar Söyüncü’s first-half goal for Freiburg was the team's first from a header for 28 games. The last time Sunday’s hosts managed a headed goal came in November 2016.
Stuttgart's Simon Terodde failed to score in his first six appearances of the season - and missed a penalty - but scored 37 seconds after coming off the bench against Frankfurt.
Shinji Kagawa is now the highest scoring Japanese player in Bundesliga history with 38 goals. He overtakes former Mainz and Stuttgart forward Shinji Okazaki.
Matthias Ginter ended a run of 38 Bundesliga games without a goal when he scored his first for Gladbach.
Hoffenheim’s Austrian midfielder Florian Grillitsch came on to make his 50th Bundesliga appearance against Freiburg.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made his 200th competitive appearance for Borussia Dortmund at Augsburg.
Making his 234th appearance for Bayern, Franck Ribery became the club's joint-record appearance holder for a non German.
Ebenezer Ofori became the 400th player to make an appearance for Stuttgart.
Cologne scored their first goal in 522 minutes of Bundesliga football in Sunday's defeat to Leipzig.
Hamburg’s Jann-Fiete Arp’s appearance in the Nordderby against Bremen made him the first player in Bundesliga history to be born after the year 2000.