Berlin (dpa) – The German news agency has collected eleven issues for the 7th match day of the Bundesliga.
Four times in four games FC Bayern won the league top of BVB led by Hansi Flick.
6 – FC Schalke 04 caused more penalties after seven match days than any other team in Bundesliga history – 6 of striker Nicolas Gonzalez’s last 9 goals for VfB Stuttgart were penalties.
Marco Reus has already scored 8 times against FC Bayern. So far, none of the active Bundesliga pros has succeeded. He scored for the seventh time against Manuel Neuer and replaced Stefan Kießling as the previous record holder.
Robert Lewandowski scored eleven goals after seven match days. With this, the Bayern professional set the Bundesliga record he had set for himself in the previous season.
16 – New Union player Max Kruse has converted all of his previous 16 penalty kicks in the Bundesliga. The 32-year-old equalized the record for Jochen Abel, who reached the point sixteen times for Bochum and Schalke in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
19 goals in just 21 Bundesliga matches prove Erling Haaland’s class. Only Uwe Seeler was more successful than the Dortmund striker in the first 21 matches (20). Timo Konietzka also met 19 times.
23 – Schalke 04 was 23 games without a win, scoring only nine of the possible 69 points (9 draws / 16 defeats).
27 – Bayern has scored 27 goals after seven match days. Mönchengladbach’s record for the 1973/74 season has been set.
29 – FSV Mainz 05 has extended its record with penalty kicks. Since May 2013, the Rheinhessen has commuted 29 penalties in a row. Two were added against Schalke.
100 – Bruno Labbadia celebrated his 100th victory as the Bundesliga head coach in a 3-0 win at Hertha BSC in Augsburg. He needed 261 games – Emil Forsberg made his 100th Bundesliga game at RB Leipzig. In the end he was unlucky. The Swede hit the post with one chance.
261 – With his 261st victory in the Bundesliga with FC Bayern, Thomas Müller is the only record holder of the record champions. He passed Oliver Kahn.