Created on 29-08-2015 at 20:18 PM
2 x Müller, 1 x Robben – that was the 3-0 victory over Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the Bundesliga's top match on Saturday evening. fcbayern.de collected 10 facts for the 90 interesting minutes on the pitch:
0 in 45: FC Bayern are unbeaten in 45 Bundesliga matches in the first half of the season, winning 37 times, with 8 draws. The last defeat before the midpoint of the season dates back to October 2012, a 2-1 reverse against Leverkusen.
3 out of 3: It was the third Bundesliga match for Douglas Costa – and he was involved in a goal each time: 1 goal, 2 assists. Against Leverkusen he assisted Thomas Müller's goal to make it 1-0.
5 in 3: For the first time in his career Müller has scored five goals in the first three league matches. It is the first time that Müller scored in each of the first three matches too.
102 in 36: Müller's goal to make it 1-0 was the 100th goal in the 36th Bundesliga home match under Pep Guardiola. In total it is 102 goals now. On average the Reds have scored 2.8 goals per league home match under the Catalan.
59 out of 59: FC Bayern have not lost their last 59 Bundesliga matches in which Müller scored: they won 56 times with three games ending in a draw.
74 in 130: Arjen Robben is the Bavarian “record Dutchman!” Against Leverkusen he had his 130th Bundesliga match for FCB (scoring 74 times), topping former leader Roy Makaay (129 matches).
76 in 200: for Müller it was a milestone match with a milestone goal. The FCB forward scored his 75th goal in his 200th Bundesliga match. He made it 76 in the second half. Müller has now scored the most Bundesliga goals of all active Bayern players.
112 in 130: Arjen Robben is runner-up to Müller with 74 Bundesliga goals. In total the Dutchman was directly involved in 112 goals in 130 league matches: 74 goals, 38 assists.
150 in 52: FC Bayern have scored 150 goals in 52 fixtures at the Allianz Arena under Pep Guardiola, averaging 2.9.
235 from 301: Against Leverkusen, FC Bayern were awarded their 300th and 301st penalties in the Bundesliga, scoring 235 times in total.