Lewandowski and Müller chase the top three
FC Bayern have taken the next step towards a 28th German championship title, downing Borussia Dortmund 6-0. The men from Munich proved utterly clinical in the first half, netting five out of six shots on goal. But Saturday's match yielded many other interesting numbers.
8 - Robert Lewandowski netted three or more goals for the eighth time in a Bundesliga match.
36 - FC Bayern have gone unbeaten in 36 Bundesliga matches at the Allianz Arena, winning 29 and drawing seven. The Bavarians last boasted a longer streak from 1979-82, when they took home points on 43 consecutive occasions.
47 - Lewandowski scored two or more goals in the Bundesliga for the 47th time - he lies third in the all-time ranking. Only Gerd Müller (87) and Jupp Heynckes (51) have scored two or more goals more often.
50 - Saturday's meeting was a milestone match for Mats Hummels. The centre-back made his 50th Bundesliga appearance for FC Bayern against his ex-club.
90 - Lewandowski took his tally at the Allianz Arena to 90 goals, netting three times against Dortmund. Only Thomas Müller (91) has scored more often at the Allianz Arena.
103 - Thomas Müller scored his 91st goal at the Allianz Arena and his 103rd Bundesliga goal for FC Bayern when he made it three. Only Gerd Müller (365), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (162) and Roland Wohlfarth (119) have scored more league goals wearing Bayern colours.
103 - Lewandowski drew level with Müller in this regard, sharing fourth place in the club's all-time rankings.
145 - Lewandowski scored goals number 143, 144 and 145 in competitive matches for FCB, drawing equal with Dieter Hoeneß. Only four players have netted more often wearing the FCB jersey since the promotion to the Bundesliga in 1965.
150 - David Alaba is the first 25-year-old in the Bundesliga's history to boast 150 league victories.