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5 key stats and facts from matchday 30

Bundesliga Round-up: 5 key stats, facts from matchday 30

June 8, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
With matchday 30 of the 2019/2020 Bundesliga now concluded, Live Soccer TV takes a look at what's noteworthy about the weekend's latest round of fixtures.

Another weekend, another round of fixtures is now done and dusted as matchday 30 of the 2019/2020 Bundesliga season comes to a close and we take one step closer towards completing a season that has been unlike no other due to an unprecedented global health crisis.

The league table hasn't changed much, as Bayern continue to canter on towards another consecutive league title, while the battle to avoid the drop rages on, but it's going to be a very interesting tussle for the remaining two spots for Champions League football.

Without further ado, let's have a look at five key stats and facts following the latest round of fixtures.

1. Hoffenheim can grab a goal from all over the world. Literally.

Hoffenheim are no strangers to making history. It wasn't too long ago that they had Julian Naglesmann at the helm, and he became the youngest ever manager in Bundesliga history to coach in the German top flight. Although Naglesmann has now moved on to RB Leipzig, the club are still making waves, nonetheless.

On Saturday, Munas Dabbur netted in the 16th minute to pull his side level against Fortuna Dusseldorf. Although Hoffenheim had to settle for a point, his goal was especially notable. Why? Because Dabbur is from Israel. And in doing so, he now has helped his side to make history:

2. A young star is born

Unfortunately, it turned out to be a mere consolation against Bayern, but Leverkusen youngster Florian Wirtz can at least have something to brag about with his friends and family for a bit:

That is, until someone else comes along and breaks his record...and we know it will eventually happen at some point.

3. Ruthless Bayern just can't stop scoring

90 goals. That's how many a rampaging Bayern have scored after just 30 games thanks to their 4-2 rout of Leverkusen this weekend, and it's no surprise that set a new Bundesliga record for the most goals after this juncture in league history.

4. Two curious records set in Leipzig vs Paderborn

Leipzig vs Padeborn ended as a one-all draw, which was a shock result for a whole slew of reasons. For starters, Paderborn are last in the table, so many expected die Bullen to pick up all three points there. In any case, two curious records were set in this result. First, Leipzig failed to beat Paderborn for the first time in their history, haven beaten them in all four of their previous encounters. And second, Paderborn's Klaus Gjasula picked up his 16th yellow card of the season, which is the joint-most of any player in Bundesliga history.

5. Assist king

Although Thomas Muller hasn't scored as many goals as he has in prior seasons, he's certainly making up for it in other ways, as this stat shows:

and at the rate he's going, he just may break that record - although he'll have to miss Bayern's next game after picking up a yellow card during the team's 4-2 win over Leverkusen.


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