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Despite settling into mid-table ennui in the Bundesliga, Vfb Stuttgart have still entered the record books this year. They have now scored six own goals this season, the most in the league’s 53-year history, with Georg Niedermeier’s effort against Bayern the latest. It’s hard to pick a favourite.

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