Facts The facts on the match against Mainz 13/03/2016 Goalkeeper Loris Karius kept the score down for FSV, saving eight shots at his goal. Even though the football takes a back seat today, we have no intention of keeping the match facts from you. Upping the ante: The shots ratio was 4:2 after 45 minutes. In no other match this season have BVB had fewer shots before the break. After the interval it was 18:2, making it 22:4 in total. Keeping up the runs: BVB are the only team that is unbeaten at home this season and the only team that is yet to lose a match in 2016. No. 1 in 2016: With 23 points from a possible 27, Dortmund are top of the post-winter break league table. 1-0 man: 32 of Marco Reus' 72 goals for BVB have been the first of the game. It was his sixth opening goal of the current Bundesliga season – more than any other player in the league. Back again: Shinji Kagawa scored the second – it was his first scorer point of a competitive match in 2016. First-half lead: For the first time in 2016, Borussia Dortmund were ahead at half-time in a Bundesliga home game. Good record: Gonzalo Castro has seven assists and a goal to his name in 19 Bundesliga appearances this season.