Despite twice taking the lead, amassing 60 percent possession and winning 56 percent of their tackles, BVB were held to a 2-2 draw in Frankfurt. Here are the match facts.


History-maker: Jadon Sancho has been involved in at least one goal in every one of the five Bundesliga matches this season (three goals, five assists). He's now the youngest-ever player to score 16 Bundesliga goals, breaking a record set by Horst Köppel – who later coached BVB to the 1989 DFB Cup.

Late goal conceded: Borussia Dortmund conceded a goal in the final quarter-hour of a match for the first time this term.

First set-piece goal: The goal BVB scored to go 2-1 ahead was their first from a dead ball this season.

Goal and assist in one match: Axel Witsel has never before scored and assisted in the same Bundesliga game. In addition, he completed 60 of his 61 passes, with his only misplaced pass coming in the opposition box and winning his team a corner.

Made in Belgium: Thorgan Hazard notched his 38th Bundesliga assist – and his second in a BVB shirt. It was the first time he has set up a fellow Belgian.

In the book: Mats Hummels picked up his first booking since re-signing for BVB.

Back in action: Dan-Axel Zagadou made his first appearance since facing Mainz on 13 April – over five months ago.