Bundesliga Team of the Week | Round 10

Plenty of goals were scored once again in the Bundesliga but with some shock results included meaning we saw more twists and turns at the top as well as around the relegation zone. Here is GGFN’s Team of the Week for round 10.

Goalkeeper: Finn Dahmen (Augsburg)

The Augsburg goalkeeper made a massive ten saves for his side, which included seven saves inside the box to earn his side a draw away from home.

Right Back: Noussair Mazraoui (Bayern Munich)

A solid game for the Moroccan who was reliable throughout and was part of the Bayern defence that was hard for Dortmund to break down.

Centre Back: Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich)

Set the tone for Bayern Munich when scoring after just four minutes with some clever movement to lose his marker on the corner. Was accurate with his passing and remained solid to gain a clean sheet.

Centre Back: Sepp van den Berg (Mainz)

Was at the heart of the Mainz defence that kept a clean sheet against an RB Leipzig side that had been enjoying scoring goals recently. Van den Berg made three interceptions, two blocks and even cleared a shot off the line.

Left Back: Alejandro Grimaldo (Bayer Leverkusen)

Grimaldo is slowly making the claim that he is the best left-back in the Bundesliga with as the Spaniard scored a brace to secure the win for Leverkusen in a difficult away match at Hoffenheim.

Centre Midfield: Julian Weigl (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

Provided an assist for Alassane Pléa’s impressive goal and then tucked away his penalty nicely whilst also making three key passes for his side.

Centre Midfield: Granit Xhaka (Bayer Leverkusen)

Kept the possession ticking for Leverkusen as they managed to score three goals past an impressive Hoffenheim side. Xhaka had a 92% pass completion rate and was strong in his duels.

Centre Midfield: Takuma Asano (Bochum)

The match winner for Bochum was on fire as he scored two goals, including a thumping finish into the bottom left corner in the second half.

Right Wing: Jan-Niklas Beste (Heidenheim)

Was the creative spark for Heidenheim as he gained an assist from a great corner delivery and also provided seven key passes during the match.

Left Wing: Omar Marmoush (Frankfurt)

In outstanding form as he reaches double figures for goals in all competitions after another two goals against Union Berlin.

Striker: Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)

A hat-trick for Harry Kane in Der Klassiker means that he has now broken a Bundesliga record, as he is the first player in Bundesliga history to score 15 goals in just 10 games.

GGFN | Matthew Gritton

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