9 facts on the win against Köln
The 2-1 victory in Cologne was the eighth in a row for FC Bayern. The reigning champions are currently on a fine run of wins and ensured both the streak and the number of records that have been falling almost every week continued to topple in the light of picking up three points in the west of Germany. fcbayern.com sums up the best stats and facts from the game.
1. Record win for Thomas Müller
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2. FCB with record attack
After just six matchdays, Bayern have already scored 24 goals - no other team has scored that many at this stage of the season in Bundesliga history.
3. FCB never goal-shy
Bayern have now gone 32 games without recording a blank in front of goal - the last time Bayern were unable to score was in February, in a 0-0 draw against Leipzig.
4. Gnabry scores against his favourite opponent
5. Kimmich collecting goal contributions
In injury-time of the first half, Joshua Kimmich won the ball in his own half before passing the ball on to Gnabry, who finished the counter-attack to make it 2-0. Kimmich has thus been directly involved in at least one goal in seven of his last eight competitive matches since the Supercup against Dortmund (the only game where Kimmich was not directly involved was in the 4-3 victory over Hertha).
6. Strong run against Köln
Bayenr have not lost to 1. FC Köln since 2011. In 13 games against the men from the Rhineland, Bayern have recorded 12 wins and 1 draw.
7. FCB racing from win to win
8. FCB ice-cool from the spot
Müller's 13th minute penalty is the 14th penalty in a row that Bayern have scored since March 2019. For Müller, it was the first penalty he'd scored since December 2015, when he netted the only goal in a 1-0 win in Hannover. With just six games gone this season, he's already notched up 8 goal contributions (4 goals and assists apiece), equalling the best effort in his career. The last time he picked up this many was in 2012/13.
9. Martínez and Pavard with milestones
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