|Facts, stats and numbers: BVB hit woodwork for the 16th and 17th time this season|
|[31.03.] Despite twice taking the lead, Borussia Dortmund had to content themselves with a draw against Stuttgart in a game that turned into a bit of a cup tie after the break. Both teams covered an impressive 245 kilometres (BVB 121, VfB 124) and had an impressive 35 shots on goal, 24 of them by BVB. The last time Borussia conceded four goals was in the 2009-2010 season, in a 4-1 loss at Stuttgart...|
Lead squandered: It´s been three years since Borussia Dortmund last gave away a two-goal lead, in a 4-4 draw at Hannover after having led 2-0 and 4-2.
|Sebastian Kehl against Tamas Hajnal|
A season first: Mats Hummels scored his first goal in this Bundesliga campaign.
Club record extended: BVB have extended their club record unbeaten run to 22 matches (17 wins, five draws).
400th draw: Friday´s 4-4 draw with Stuttgart was BVB´s 400th draw in the Bundesliga.
Goals galore: With eight goals, it was also the highest-scoring game of the season, along with Bayern´s 7-1 win over Hoffenheim and Werder´s 5-3 win over Freiburg.
Unlucky with the woodwork: Grosskreutz was denied by the crossbar, Piszczek by the post - BVB have hit the woodwork for the 16th and 17th time this season, more than any other team.
|Mats Hummels against Vedad Ibisevic [firo]|
Goal-getter: Kuba scored his fourth goal this season, a personal best. And all have been scored in 2012.
Assist: Marcel Schmelzer had played 48 crosses this season before Friday´s match, his 49th finally turned into a goal.
Super Kagawa: Shinjia Kagawa took his tally of combined goals and assists for the year 2012 to 12 - a league best. His eight goals this year are tied with Stuttgart´s Harnik. And for the seventh time this season, Kagawa scored the opening goal - second only to Mario Gomez (nine times) in this department.
Comeback: It´s been 14 months since Stuttgart last came back from a two-goal deficit - on 5 February 2011 they picked up a 3-2 win at Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Record run: VfB Stuttgart have gone six games unbeaten for the first time under coach Bruno Labbadia, picking up 14 out of a possible 18 points (four wins, two draws).