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Facts and stats from the 2009-10 season

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Facts and stats from the 2009-10 season

Postby FCBayernNews » Sat May 08, 2010 7:00 pm

Trainer Louis van Gaal made no secret of his pride after the last match of the season in Berlin, where Bayern ignored the fact of effectively winning the league the previous week, and finished up by setting a string of new Bundesliga benchmarks for the campaign. "It matters to me that we were best in everything. We have the most points, but also the best defence and the best attack," the coach declared.

Facts and stats from the 2009-10 season

4 - Bayern lost just four league matches this term, two before and two after Christmas - the best record in the Bundesliga.

16 - Arjen Robben's brace in Berlin took him to 16 league goals this season, and made him Bayern's top Bundesliga scorer.

20 - The 3-1 victory in Berlin was Bayern's 20th this season - another league best.

22 - It is Bayern's 22nd German championship triumph, and the 21st since FCB were promoted to the fledgling Bundesliga in 1965. Nürnberg are second in the all-time ranking with nine triumphs, all prior to the introduction of the Bundesliga.

23 - Bayern have scored at least once in their last 23 league fixtures. However, that is still short of the record series of 31 years ago, which ran to 28 games.

31 - Adrian Ramos's strike on the hour was only the 31st goal FCB have conceded in the league, giving them the joint-best defence alongside runners-up Schalke.

44 - Bayern collected 44 yellow cards, the lowest number in the Bundesliga.

72 - Saturday's three goals took FCB to 72 for the season, overtaking Bremen by one goal to win the accolade as most potent attack.

155 - Bastian Schweinsteiger played the ball an amazing 155 times in Berlin. He has regularly topped this stat since switching to central midfield in what is arguably his best season to date.

3060 - Philipp Lahm was truly ever-present this term, starting and finishing all 34 league fixtures for a total of 3060 playing minutes. Holger Badstuber came second to Lahm, who set a new personal best with six assists, on 2926 minutes.
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