Bundesliga, Top 5 players of the season


Football fans were desperate to watch football, and Bundesliga was the first major European league to return after the suspension of leagues due to COVID-19. Here are the top 5 Bundesliga players of the season so far.

Jadon Sancho, Winger at Borussia Dortmund

Sancho is a tremendous young talent, at the age of 20 he made his place in the starting 11. Sancho plays as a winger, the incredibly talented English player, not just scores goals but also makes assists. He currently holds the highest number of goals and assists this season in Bundesliga. His statistics are just astonishing; he scored 17 goals in 27 appearances and made 16 assists. His style of play, finishing, and pace makes him the best player in this season. He scored a brilliant hat-trick against Paderborn in 6-1 away game victory. He was the named player of the match. He has 1.6 shots per game that show his hunger for goals. Sancho is a brilliant player maker, and he created 17 big chances. He holds 7.68 rating this season.

Robert Lewandowski, Striker at Bayern München

It’s hard to find a more elegant striker than Robert Lewandowski.  31 years old Polish is proving age is just a number, and he is destroying the opponents in every match. He netted the ball 29 times in 27 games, with an average of 1.1 goals per game. He is the most consistent striker in the top 5 European leagues.  Lewandowski has 3.7 shots per game, absolutely crazy. Bayern’s number 9 scored a brace against Fortuna Dusseldorf this Saturday. He has incredible goal finishing ability, and we can compare him with Brazilian Ronaldo. He made 3 assists this season. He is involved in 32 goals this season, only one less than Jadon Sancho.  His 29 goals make Bayern top of the table with 7 points clear from Borussia Dortmund. He holds 7.66 rating in this Bundesliga Season.

Timo Werner, Winger at RB Leipzing

Timo Werner is pushing Leipzig forward, with his incredible 25 goals in 29 matches, he is the top scorer for Leipzig and 2nd in Bundesliga. He also made 7 assists in 29 games and created 12 big chances. The number 11 scored a hat-trick against FSV Mainz 05 and proved his haters wrong. When Raheem Sterling said, “we need months of training to get back into form.” The German winger proved him wrong by scoring a hat-trick on his second match after the continuation of the league. He is involved in 32 goals in total equal to Robert Lewandowski. The German club will qualify for Champions League for sure; currently, it’s on number 3rd only 2 points behind Borussia Dortmund. Three shots per game show his attacking style of play. His rating is 7.57 this season. With such form what are the chances of him joining Liverpool Bethard promo code ?


Thomas Muller, Midfielder at Bayern München

World Champion of 2014, Thomas Muller is driving the midfield of Bayern München. He is the king of assists in Bundesliga this season with 18 assists, who plays attacking football like Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City. He created 26 chances in 29 games. German offensive midfielder is a true icon player of Bayern München after Frank Ribery. His confidence is clearly through the roof. His possession, pressing, passing, and goal hunger makes him a perfect midfielder. He netted ball 7 times, and in total, he is involved in 25 goals. Muller’s passing accuracy is 79.5 %, and he provides 90 crossed from open play that shows his versatility as a midfielder. His rating in this season is 7.40.

Serge Gnabry, Midfielder at Bayern München

Gnabry spent the early years at Arsenal, then moved to Werder Breman and finally signed for Bayern München in 2017. Soon he secured his place in the starting eleven by showing his real talent. He scored 11 goals in 27 matches and made 10 assists so far. His passing accuracy and chance creating ability are outstanding. Look out for offfers via mypromocode.co.uk to back Serge! His passing accuracy is 83%. 24 years old German is good at defending, and he has one tackle per game. He is directly involved in 21 goals, and he created 22 big chances. Gnabry has scoring frequency after every 172 minutes. He attacking football is underlines by 2.6 games per 90 minutes. He has a 7.52 rating in the 2019/20 season.

His passing accuracy and chance creating ability are outstanding. His passing accuracy is 83%. 24 years old German is good at defending, and he has one tackle per game. He is directly involved in 21 goals, and he created 22 big chances. Gnabry has scoring frequency after every 172 minutes. He attacking football is underlines by 2.6 games per 90 minutes. He has a 7.52 rating in the 2019/20 season.

The big battles in the Bundesliga as the season resumes

Football fans finally have something to get excited about, with the Bundesliga resuming this weekend after its postponement as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. With eight (or in a couple of cases, nine) matches remaining, it’s all to play for at both ends of the table and as we gear up to the long overdue climax of this campaign, let’s take a look at some of the battles teams and players are facing.

The title race

This prolonged Bundesliga season has been closer than most in recent years. Of course, there’s no surprises as to who is top of the table – Bayern Munich. The current reigning champions have won the league for the last seven years and are four points ahead of their nearest rivals, Borussia Dortmund. Understandably, you’ll find Bayern the favourites in the latest Bundesliga odds from Paddy Power. But it’s also tight between the other sides within the top four – with RB Leipzig in third on 50 points, and Borussia Mönchengladbach, a further point behind them, in fourth. Bayer Leverkusen could also finish in the Champions League places, as they are two points behind in fifth – but all teams in the top six have played an equal number of games

The relegation scrap

As things stand, Werder Bremen and new boys Paderborn occupy the two relegation places, with Fortuna Düsseldorf sitting in 16th, which is the relegation play-off spot. Bremen have a game in hand over their rivals, but are four points away from that play-off and a further four points off safety. The two bottom clubs boast the worst form in all of the division – failing to win any of their last six matches. In fact, both clubs have won just one game since the turn of the year – and have won four times all season.

As things stand, Düsseldorf would face Hamburg, who currently sit third in the 2. Bundesliga, in that play-off decider. The club were relegated in 2017-18 and failed to bounce back at the first time of asking, having finished fourth. But the second tier of German football is equally as tight, and any of five teams could easily nab that coveted third place.

The battle for Europe

As we mentioned, the top of the table in the Bundesliga is tight and there are a number of teams tussling for a top six finish and a place in Europe next season. As things stand, Gladbach are fourth and currently hold the final Champions League spot. They’re on 49 points, and Bayer Leverkusen are just two behind them. With six points separating the top four, it’s all to play for and the table could easily change before the end of the season.

Further down, Leverkusen are in fifth – which would secure qualification to the Europa League. There’s a massive 10 points between them and Schalke who sit in sixth – consigning them to a place in the second round of qualifying for the same competition. But here’s where things get interesting. Mid-table is equally as tight as the top, with about six teams battling for that sixth place – and anyone from Wolfsburg in seventh (36 points) to Union Berlin in eleventh (30 points) are in with a shout. Prior to the league being suspended, of all the clubs vying for that place in Europe, Wolfsburg boast the best form with three wins in their last five. But with the season being so heavily disrupted, and teams effectively on a level playing field, it’ll all be down to who regains momentum quickest in these final matches. It’s sure to be a thrilling finish.

The Golden Boot

Like the top of the league, there’s no surprises when it comes to who leads the way for the Torjägerkanon. Robert Lewandowski is a four-time winner of the Golden Boot (with three of those accolades coming with current club, Bayern) and he’s scored 25 goals this campaign – more than he amassed last term. Lewandowski has been the most-feared frontman in German football for a decade now and his record speaks for itself.

However, hot on his heels is Leipzig’s Timo Werner, who is four goals behind with 21 scored. The striker is wanted by a number of clubs including Liverpool and while there are a few matches remaining, he could well leapfrog Lewandowski to win the Golden Boot. It’s fair to say it’s a two-horse race for the Torjägerkanon, with Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho sitting in third place on 14 goals. 

The Bundesliga comes to FootieQuiz

With the introduction of German football club quizzes and our Bundesliga quiz our guest editor Nash gives us his run down on German football.

The emergence and dominance of German football is evident with the fact that three of the last four years German clubs have contested the Champions League final.

The German football league or “Bundesliga” as it is known has been in existence since 1963 and comprises of 18 teams its top division. A total of 52 clubs have competed in the Bundesliga since its founding but there is no doubt that only one team stands out of the 52 and that is Bayern Munich, Germany’s top club winning the Bundesliga twenty three times. Starting to emerge and challenge Bayern Munich ascendency are Borussia Dortmund – although they have a long way to go match Munich’s titles haul.

The Bundesliga is composed of 2 Divisions and like most other continental leagues it’s season runs from August to May with a winter break for six weeks (mid-December through to the end of January), most of the games are played on Saturdays and Sundays and then a few games played midweek.

The Bundesliga holds the record for the highest league average attendance in Europe. German fans are also one of the most passionate in Europe and this clearly showed when I visited the “Commerzbank Arena” home of Eintracht Frankfurt. The crowds were unbelievably passionate and moisy. The most interesting about Bundesliga games is that once a goal is scored the announcer announces the first name of the goal scorer and the crowd scream his surname, so you can imagine 40,000 plus fans screaming the goal scorers second name.

Every team in the two Bundesliga must have a licence to play in the league, or else they are relegated into the regional leagues. To obtain a licence, teams must be financially healthy and meet certain standards of conduct as organisations.

As in other national leagues, there are significant benefits to being in the top division:

  • A greater share of television broadcast licence revenues goes to 1. Bundesliga sides
  • Bundesliga teams draw significantly greater levels of fan support. Average attendance in the first league is 42,673 per game — more than twice the average of the 2. Bundesliga.
  • Greater exposure through television and higher attendance levels helps 1. Bundesliga teams attract the most lucrative sponsorships.
  • Bundesliga teams develop substantial financial muscle through the combination of television and gate revenues, sponsorships and marketing of their team brands. This allows them to attract and retain skilled players from domestic and international sources and to construct first-class stadium facilities. 

As mentioned above the most popular Bundesliga team is Bayern Munich followed by Borussia Dortmund, these two teams would be the best known internationally followed by the likes of Schalke 04, Bayern Leverkusen, Hamburg and Stuttgart.

In the 2008–09 season, the Bundesliga reinstated an earlier German system of promotion and relegation, which had already been in use from 1981 until 1991

  • The bottom two finishers in the Bundesliga are automatically relegated to the 2. Bundesliga, with the top two finishers in the 2. Bundesliga taking their place
  • The third-from-bottom club in the Bundesliga will play a two-legged match with the third-place team from the 2. Bundesliga, with the winner taking up the final place in the following season’s Bundesliga 

From 1992 until 2008, a different system had been used in which the bottom three finishers of the Bundesliga had been automatically relegated, to be replaced by the top three finishers in the 2. Bundesliga. From 1963 until 1981 two respectively three teams had been relegated from the Bundesliga automatically, while promotion had been decided either completely or partially in promotion playoffs.

The Bundesliga is certainly up there with the likes of “La Liga” and “The Premiership” in terms of having strong teams when playing in the Champions League as Real Madrid and especially Barcelona – who found out last year what it was like to receive a thumping by the hands of Bayern Munich who over the two legs triumphed 7-0 and this led journalists to believe that the Bundesliga is currently the number one league in the world.