For only the second time, Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga with a late winner that came after the 88th minute. The only previous time was a 1-0 win in 1969 thanks to an 89th-minute winner. The Bavarians also won the 2013 Champions League final in the 89th minute...


Historic Haaland: Erling Haaland scored his 31st and 32nd Bundesliga goals in 34 appearances – only Uwe Seeler got there quicker (32 goals in 33 games).

Haaland the early bird: None of Haaland's first 30 Bundesliga goals had come in the opening quarter of an hour, but against Bayern he scored twice in the first nine minutes.

Haaland 19 in 19: The forward has netted 19 goals in as many games this term.

Haaland away: The Norwegian has scored 12 of his 19 goals this season on the road. He is No. 1 in the league in this category, followed by Robert Lewandowski and Andre Silva (11 goals each).

Early goals: BVB had not scored a single goal in the first 10 minutes of a game this season – but they did so twice against Bayern. The opener was the fastest 'Klassiker' goal since February 2009, when Nelson Valdez scored in the second minute. Bayern ran out 3-1 winners in Munich that day.

Hard runners: The Black & Yellows covered five kilometres more (119.7) than their FC Bayern counterparts (114.7).

Lead squandered: Dortmund lost a Bundesliga game after being two goals up for the first time in over 25 years; the last time was a 3-2 loss in Rostock on 29 August 1995.