Borussia Dortmund have won seven of their 09 Bundesliga matches this season, including three wins in a row in the league. Match facts for the game in Bielefeld.

Success at the back and up front: A wondergoal for 2-0 and rarely beaten at the back, Hummels had a good day, winning nine of his first ten duels and had a very respectable 70 percent of duels won when he was substituted on 88 minutes. His 29th Bundesliga goal was only the second time Hummels had found the net from long range, his first coming against Stuttgart back in March 2012. For goals against Bielefeld, on the other hand, you don't have to go back quite as far: last season, Mats Hummels bagged a brace at the Alm. The central defender has not scored more than three goals in his long Bundesliga career against any other team.

Year after year: Mats Hummels has now scored at least once in 14 Bundesliga seasons in a row – a record among active players. The last to achieve that feat was Torsten Frings (between 1997 and 2011).

On the spot: In his 77th Bundesliga match, Emre Can stepped up to the penalty spot for the first time. All four BVB penalties this season have been scored: two by Haaland and one by Guerreiro before Can's today.

Fouled: Donyell Malen has won two of BVB's four penalties this season – the most in the league! His first came against Augsburg.

Double: After magnificent dribbling, Jude Bellingham bagged his second goal of the season – twice as many as he managed in 29 matches last season.

Debut: German-American Lennard Maloney, 22, made his Bundesliga debut in the injury-hit BVB squad.

No penalty saves: 27 of the last 28 penalties given against BVB have been scored. Dodi Lukebakio fired wide in May 2019. The last Bundesliga penalty actually saved was in October 2013, when Roman Weidenfeller stopped Schalke's Kevin-Prince Boateng's shot from the spot.

First of the season: Marwin Hitz played his first minutes in a competitive game this season and started by making three saves against Bielefeld.