19 shots to seven, 10 corners to three and 65% possession for Borussia Dortmund – and yet the points went to Sinsheim. The match facts.

Run over I: TSG beat BVB for the first time since June 2020. A run of eight competitive meetings without a win thus came to an end for Hoffenheim.

Run over II: Borussia Dortmund lost a competitive game for the first time in 2024 (after four wins and three draws).

Breached: The Black & Yellows conceded more goals (three) in this one game than they had in the previous six Bundesliga matches since the winter break combined (two).

Lively figure: Marcel Sabitzer registered almost every third Dortmund shot (six out of 19), more than any other player.

Provider: Marco Reus assisted both BVB goals; he had registered only one official assist across the first 22 matchdays.

Aerial strength: Nico Schlotterbeck has scored five of his 11 Bundesliga goals with his head.

Double-digits: Donyell Malen scored his 10th goal of the season and thus set a new personal record for a Bundesliga season (he netted nine times in 2022/23).

Caught out early: This was the quickest Bundesliga goal that BVB had conceded since 25 January 2023; they also went 1-0 down in the second minute to Mainz that day but ultimately won 2-1.

Back in action: Julien Duranville played for the first time this season, Karim Adeyemi for the first time since Matchday 14.