Goal machines of Bundesliga: 2019/20 top scorers

Sun 15 December 2019 | 0:41

Bundesliga top scorers 2019-20: Lewandowski, Werner, Hennings,Reus and others are trying to earn Torjagerkanone !

Bayern Munich veteran forward Robert Lewandowski won his fourth title of best scorer in the Bundesliga last season. would anyone be able to stop him from increasing the numbers in 2019/20?

FC Hollywood goal-scoring machine Robert Lewandowski was the Bundesliga's best goal scorer for the 3rd time in 4 seasons the last campaign.

Lewy is able to score using Left foot, right foot, headers and so on. Lewandowski can do it all. The Polish gunman found the back of the nets 22 times for Bayern last term.

Subsequent to turning into the first player in local league history to net a goal on every of the initial 11 matchdays of a season; the first to score a goal in 11 back-to-back top-flight games; and the first one who scored 16 goals after 11 weeks, the streak reached a conclusion in Bayern's 4-0 win at Fortuna Dusseldorf. After an odd record of not scoring in three matches, Lewandowski scored two goals in the evening at 6-1 win over Bremen to reach the record of 18 for this term, and stand top at list beside Jupp Heynckes in third on the untouched Bundesliga scoring ranking with 220 goals record. Only Gerd Muller and Klaus Fischer with a record of respectively 365 and 268 have scored more than Robert Lewandowski.

Robert Lewandowski

Age: 31

Appearances: 15 (15 XI)

Goals: 18

Minutes per goal: 73

Minutes played: 1322 


Club: Bayern Munich

Timo Werner

Age: 23

Games: 14 (14 starts)

Goals: 15

Minutes per goal: 77

Minutes played: 1245


Club: RB Leipzig

The German has scored his fourteenth and fifteenth Bundesliga goals of the season in the win over Hoffenheim on Saturday. He has now found the back of the net in five back to back Bundesliga games for the first time ever. 

To place that into point of view, just Bayern Munich veteran striker Robert Lewandowski made a better record this season, Lewy in his best form ever with 16.

Furthermore, when you take all tournaments into consideration, the pair are actually in the same record with regards to goal scoring and assists, Werner has played a part in 27 out of 22 games with 19 goals and eight assists, though Lewandowski has 27 goals and one assist in 22 matches. 

Rouwen Hennings

Age: 32

Appearances: 14 (13 XI)Goals: 10

Minutes per goal: 116

Minutes played: 1165


Club: Fortuna Dusseldorf

In the wake of scoring his tenth of the season two weeks ago then entering double figures for the first time in a single-season in his local league career Hennings was not able to jump on the scoresheet in the thrashing against Dortmund last week.

Marco Reus

Age: 30

Appearances: 15 (14 XI)

Goals: 9

Minutes per goal: 131

Minutes played: 1180


Club: Borussia Dortmund

The Dortmund skipper Marco Reus found the net two times as BVB thrashing Fortuna Dusseldorf 5-0 last week and in their 4-0 win over Mainz scored his 9th of the term a fourth straight win in all competitions for Black and Yellows.

Sebastian Andersson

Age: 28

Appearances: 15 (14 XI)

Goals: 8

Minutes per goal: 151

Minutes played: 1207


Club: Union Berlin

The Sweden striker has been on annihilating form for Union Berlin as of late, following up his Bundesliga initial goal against Mainz on week 11 with a goal in the advanced side's dazzling home success over standing leader Borussia Monchengladbach a week after. The Sweden striker made another two goals against Cologne on two weeks later as the Berlin-Based club made it four successive Bundesliga home winnings.

Jadon Sancho

Age: 19

Appearances: 13 (12 XI)

Goals: 8

Minutes per goal: 128

Minutes played: 1020


Club: Borussia Dortmund

The England international as of now contributed in 10 goals and 11 assists through 21 games in all tournaments in 2019/20, with six and five separately in his last seven features. 

Jadon Sancho struck in Dortmund's 4-0 win over Mainz to proceed with his perfect form recently and the 19-year-old now has five league goals in his last four matches.

Florian Niederlechner

Age: 29

Appearances: 15 (15 XI)

Goals: 7

Minutes per goal: 185

Minutes played: 1207


Club: Augsburg

On 29 May 2019, FC Augsburg announced that Niederlechner would join the club from the upcoming season. He penned a three-year contract. Niederlechner scored in a penalty shootout facing Mainz last week to earn a 2-1 win, The goal was his third one in his last four league games. 

Wout Weghorst

The 27-year-old has been brilliant in finding his way with Wolfsburg up until this point of the season, submitting their record of great league beginning with five goals in the starting 10 matches. By scoring each goal, Netherlands's November international firearm has knocked more and more on Ronald Koeman’s door, and the opportunity has now been opened by and by for the Wout Weghorst.

Killer in the air and deadly in the box, Physical, Weghorst brings all the players in to play and devotes himself for the team. Simply ask teammate Admir Mehmedi: "He won't stop running in the pitch for the team and has an extremely solid attitude. I can not consider in a positive way another player to be that insane !"

Age: 27

Appearances: 14 (14 XI)

Goals: 7

Minutes per goal: 179

Minutes played: 1258  


Club: Wolfsburg

The 27-year-old indeed drives the path at the highest point of the Wolfsburg scoring graphs with seven, while he scored 17 last season. In the wake of three matches without a goal, he was back among the goal scorers three weeks ago over win against Eintracht Frankfurt and in two weeks ago misfortune facing Werder Bremen. 

Milot Rashica

The November Player of the Month nominee positions in the best five for goal scoring per minute of all strikers of Europe not being a classic center forward in all five major leagues in 2019. Just PSG's superstar Kylian Mbappe with a record of one goal scoring per each 83 minutes and Barca's Lionel Messi with a record of one goal scoring per each 69 minutes, Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar with each goal scored every 109 mins and Liverpool's Sadio Mane with 122 minutes for every goal have scored superior to the Bremen No.7 with the record of 145 minutes per goal through current calendar year. The Kosovo international found the back of the net 14 times in 26 league games, with three matches remaining ahead of the winter break. 

Age: 23

Appearances: 11 (11 XI)

Goals: 7

Minutes per goal: 132

Minutes played: 927


Club: Werder Bremen

Rashica's seventh last goal of the term made Werder Bremen able to the lead in Munich for a while, despite the fact that they surrendered to a 6-1 destruction at the Allianz Arena. 

Marcus Thuram, Amine Harit and Philippe Coutinho are the other goal scorers with six.

source: SportMob

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