Hoffenheim mustered their one and only shot on goal in the 35th minute. In the second half, Hoffenheim racked up 13 further shots on BVB's goal.
Goal fests: Only in their first ever Bundesliga campaign of 1963/64 when they scored 58 have Borussia Dortmund managed more goals after 21 games than their current tally of 54. BVB have scored at least two goals in each of their 11 Bundesliga home games this season, and on seven occasions have managed at least three goals.
The youngest: Jadon Sancho racked up his eighth Bundesliga goal (his seventh this season) - Aged 18 years and 321 days, the England international becomes the youngest ever player in league history to reach eight Bundesliga goals. Furthermore, Sancho has provided 13 assists, the league's best record. Overall, Jadon has been involved in 20 goals (seven goals, 13 assists), only Marco Reus and Sebastien Haller have better records.
Anniversary: Mario Götze notched his 50th Bundesliga goal. His three goals this season have all come on home soil.
Still a top record: Despite dropping points at home in the Bundesliga for only the second time this season, BVB but can still boast its second-best record of all time in the Bundesliga after 21 games.
Provider: Lukasz Piszczek set up the opening goal with his sixth assist of the season, one assist more than he managed over the whole of last season - only in 2012-13 has Lukasz provided more with 10 assists.