Bundesliga returns tonight with a massive clash between defending champions Bayern Munich against Hoffenheim. The Bavarians can cut the gap at the top to only three points with a win away from home. Leaders Borussia Dortmund will travel to face RB Leipzig on Saturday in another must-win tie for them. All five top leagues will be in action this weekend for the first time in 2019. Today, as we welcome the German top flight league, let us see who is leading in the goal charts.
5. Robert Lewandowski- 10 Goals (5 Assists)
Blues Brothers. 😎 pic.twitter.com/ddidWsJ9FR
— Robert Lewandowski (@lewy_official) December 12, 2018
Bayern Munich top management must be already thinking about the next target because despite scoring 10 goals and 5 assists so far this season, it is clear Robert Lewandowski the goal machine is finally slowing down. The Bavarians are six points behind leaders Borussia Dortmund, lack of enough goals in the team must be one of the reasons why they are trailing the Black & Yellow wall.
4. Timo Werner- 11 Goals (2 Assists)
💬 Ralf #Rangnick: "We're still unbeaten against @BlackYellow at home. We need to remain compact and put them under pressure to force mistakes. We need to anticipate their attacks well, as they are very versatile."
— RB Leipzig English (from 🏠) (@RBLeipzig_EN) January 17, 2019
RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner is only 22 years but you would think he is much older than that because he has been shining for over three years now. The German forward is ripe for a move to a bigger club. This season, he has netted 11 goals and assisted 2 more in 17 League matches.
3. Marco Reus- 11 Goals (5 Assists)
— Marco Reus (@woodyinho) November 8, 2018
Borussia Dortmund revival has gone hand-in-hand with Marco Reus redemption. The 29-year-old missed all big opportunities to join big clubs in Europe because of injuries. This season he is flying. The German winger has netted 11 goals and assisted 5 more so far this season.