The biggest and best numbers from Oakwell with the Cherries scoring four and rising to the top of the Championship thanks to a big Barnsley win.
13 - Philip Billing and Diego Rico - swerving home his first Cherries goal in some style - joined the list of different goalscorers for the season, which has now risen to 13.
11 - Of the 29 goals scored by the first team so far this campaign, 11 have been struck from outside the box.
4 - The side ended the match with four academy graduates on the field, starter Sam Surridge joined by Nnamdi Ofoborh, Jaidon Anthony and debutant Gavin Kilkenny.
7 - In total, there were seven academy graduates in the visiting matchday squad, with Mark Travers, Jordan Zemura and Jack Simpson also on the team sheet as substitutes.
1 - Of the magnificent academy seven, one also made the scoresheet, Surridge backing up his first league goal for the club on Tuesday with his second on Friday.
30 - After 16 games of the title-winning 2014/15 campaign, the Cherries had amassed 30 points. The Oakwell win hoists Tindall's side to the exact same running total.
3 - Jason Tindall's side have now netted three or more goals in a single game as many as five times this season.
100 - Lewis Cook joined the Cherries centenary club in South Yorkshire as he started and added his usual tackling bite in midfield on his 100th appearance.
4 - The Cherries scored four at Oakwell for the first time, going one better than the Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic side that won 3-2 there in September 1960.
356 - The number of days since the Cherries' last away clean sheet, the Dan Gosling-inspired 1-0 win away at Stamford Bridge last December.
16 - Chris Mepham and Dominic Solanke are the only two players to appear in every league game this season, now up to 16 matches.
300 - The match was Asmir Begovic's 300th appearance in English football, coming just over 14 years after his first, away at Stockport as an 80th-minute substitute while a teenager on loan at Macclesfield Town.