Bayern Munich had the majority of shots on goal (16:11), Borussia Dortmund was slightly more combative (52%), ran a little more and was also unlucky with the tricky decisions. The match facts.

Intense: It was a very fast-paced Bundesliga match: In the end there were 559 sprints (BVB 289, Bayern 270).

Close: BVB have lost the three most recent meetings in the Bundesliga, despite BVB scoring two goals in each game and taking the lead every time. In the process, 16 goals were scored - 2:3, 2:4, 2:3 from BVB's point of view.

Missed record: After eleven Bundesliga home victories in a row, BVB slipped to defeat again. The Black & Yellows therefore missed setting the club record (1994: twelve home victories in a row).

Premieres: Borussia Dortmund fell behind for the first time in a Bundesliga home match under Marco Rose and dropped points after taking the lead for the first time this Bundesliga season (ten wins previously).

Scoring: BVB has scored at least once in 45 of the past 46 Bundesliga matches, with the exception of a 0-1 defeat in Mönchengladbach this season.

Goalscorer: Julian Brandt scored his third goal of the season. That is already as many as in his first two BVB seasons in total.

Always there: Erling Haaland scored his 51st goal in his 51st Bundesliga game and has five goals in his six competitive games against Bayern Munich.

Assists: Jude Bellingham provided the assist for both BVB goals and thus set up two goals in a Bundesliga match for the first time.

Third place: Mats Hummels made his 25th appearance in a Bundesliga match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich (19 times for BVB, six times for Bayern). Only Michael Zorc and Oliver Kahn reached this mark before him (28 and 27 respectively).