Borussia Dortmund have won ten of their twelve Bundesliga matches in 2020 and have now notched up as many points in the second round of fixtures (30) as they managed across the entirety of the first half of the season. And there are still five matchdays to go. Here are the facts from the game in Paderborn.
Resounding win: Borussia Dortmund matched their all-time record away win in the Bundesliga: the Black & Yellows have previously notched up two separate 6-1 wins away to 1. FC Cologne and one away to Fürth.
Stable: The 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich was followed by a 6-1 victory away to Paderborn - BVB have never lost two consecutive Bundesliga matches under Lucien Favre's leadership.
Fair: There was only one foul recorded in the entirety of the first half (committed by Thomas Delaney against Sebastian Schonlau in the 27th minute) - this is only the second time this has occurred since records began in 1992/93. BVB were also involved on the other occasion - a 2018/19 home game against Stuttgart.
Clinical: BVB scored from six of their eleven shots on goal in the second half.
A strong 15 minutes: Across the season, the Black & Yellows have scored 19 goals between the 46th and 60th minute (two today). No other team has scored so many.
Penalty: BVB conceded a penalty for the first time this Bundesliga season - the last team across the league to do so.
Away day hero: Each of Achraf Hakimi's five goals in the Bundesliga have come away from home.
Premier: Mats Hummel received his fifth caution of the season and therefore faces his first-ever yellow-card suspension in the Bundesliga.
On a run: Thorgan Hazard has scored three goals in his last five appearances.
Sancho, Sancho, Sancho
Premier: Jadon Sancho notched up his first ever Bundesliga hat-trick. Each of his three shots in the game found the back of the net.
Young: At 20 years, two months and six days of age, Sancho is the youngest-ever player to score 30 goals in the Bundesliga. The young Englishman broke the record held by Leverkusen's Kai Havertz.
Top scorer: Sancho has 34 scorer points to his account this season (17 goals, 17 assists). He leads the league ahead of Bayern's Robert Lewandowski.
Record holder: Jadon Sancho has set a new BVB record with 34 scorer points in a Bundesliga season. He overtakes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who registered 33 in 2016/17.
Good omen: The Black & Yellows have never lost a Bundesliga match in which Jadon Sancho has scored (20 wins, five draws).