The German Bundesliga has always been home to goal-hungry strikers. Call it, Robert Lewandowski to Erling Haaland who became a goal machine for their respective teams.
The 2021/2022 Bundesliga season has officially started and until the 7th game week and there have been 192 goals that have occurred. Of course these goals cannot be separated from the figure of a striker who is the foundation of the German League’s highest caste teams in scoring goals.
The long Bundesliga schedule is not only a place for teams to fight for the German League cup. Moreover, the strikers from each team will compete to be the top scorer at the end of the season.
Then who are the strikers who will compete to score as many goals as possible against the opponent’s goal?
The first name is Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski. Although his age can be said to be no longer young, namely 33 years, the instincts of this Polish striker cannot be doubted. Lewandowski, who has scored 284 goals in the Bundesliga, is determined to catch Gerd Muller’s record of 365 goals.
With his ability to rip apart his opponent’s net, it is worth waiting for what Lewandowski can do in the 2021/2022 Bundesliga. Until now, Lewandowski has scored 7 goals in 7 matches in the Bundesliga. Do you think Lewandowski will be able to catch Gerd Muller’s record?
This season, Haaland’s appearance with Borussia Dortmund has shined again. This Norwegian boy has indeed become the foundation of Die Borussen to score goals. His fast running, ball control, and deadly finishing make Haaland one of the top scorers in the Bundesliga.
Moreover, Haaland has scored 7 goals in 5 matches with Dortmund. A very good achievement for this 21-year-old youth. No doubt, he has lined up as a future striker and is the target of various big clubs such as Manchester United.
This name has indeed started to steal the attention at Euro 2020. At that time, Schick managed to become the top scorer along with Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo. The slick performance of the striker from the Czech Republic was shown again when strengthening his club Bayern Leverkusen.
His performance had indeed dropped when he couldn’t score in the last 8 matches in the Bundesliga. However, starting in the 2nd gameweek, the 25-year-old striker started to find his form and has now scored 6 goals from 7 appearances.
This former Liverpool player began strengthening Union Berlin in the 2020/2021 season on loan. Despite being injured, Awoniyi was able to score 5 goals and 3 assists from 21 matches.
With the potential shown by him, Union Berlin also ventured to make this Nigerian striker permanent. The gamble was also paid for by Awoniyi with a slick performance at the beginning of the 2021/2022 Bundesliga season.
Until the 7th gameweek, the 24-year-old striker has scored 5 goals for Union Berlin. In fact, he has entered into the top five goalscorers in the Bundesliga. It is worth waiting for the performance of this former Liverpool in the Bundesliga.
Wirtz is not a striker, but his productivity this season is quite good for a midfielder. This Bayern Leverkusen player is the future star of the German national team, because he is still very young at 18 years old.
Even so, Wirtz has become a differentiator for Leverkusen’s midfield with 4 goals from 6 matches. With his young age, it is not impossible that his productivity will improve and should be taken into account.
These players still have a long time to add to their goal coffers in the 2021/2022 season. But, don’t forget also names like Anthony Modeste, Moussa Diaby, Christopher Nkuku, Andre Silva, to Alassane Plea who can emerge as top scorers in the German League this season.
Who do you think will be the top scorer at the end of this season? It’s worth seeing their actions in every Bundesliga match. Moreover, the Bundesliga is the highest scoring soccer league in Europe and offers thrilling games every weekend.
With its unique clubs, extensive youth development and highly technical innovation, it offers football as it should be. The league also puts fans first with a 50+1 rule, which ensures fans remain in control of their club.
In the recent #YouAreTheBundesliga campaign, the league highlighted the importance of fans around the world because they are what made the Bundesliga what it is today – a league that represents passion, emotion, but also respect.
Therefore, don’t forget to watch the Bundesliga which is broadcast live through the Bundesliga partner in Indonesia and has the right to broadcast every match. Also include the hashtag #YouAreTheBundesliga in your social media posts every time you watch a match!