The first half of the 2015/16 Bundesliga season will go down in history. A whole host of records were smashed in one of the most spectacular Hinrunden of all time. But who were the standout players?
To register your vote simply head to our twitter channel @Bundesliga_EN and choose your top player from each position. With so many outstanding performers, it's a tough choice. To help you out, bundesliga.com is on hand to shine the spotlight on the candidates.
The winner is the man who picks up the most votes from both the @Bundesliga_EN and @bundesliga_de polls combined.
Club: Borussia Mönchengladbach
- The only Gladbach player yet to miss a minute of action in the current campaign.
- Has grabbed two goals, even scoring against FC Bayern with his right foot, and provided one assist.
- Has had a hand in as many goals this season as he did in the entirety of 2014/15.
- Has whipped in the most crosses of any Gladbach player.
- Here's Wendt taking part in Shoot!, bundesliga.com's quickfire quiz presented by TagHeuer.
Club: VfL Wolfsburg
- With a record of 59 per cent of challenges won, Rodriguez is one of the Bundesliga’s most successful full-backs in the tackle.
- The Swiss international rarely crosses the line and averages under one foul per appearance (ten fouls in 12 games).
- Wolfsburg's dead-ball danger man made it into Matchday 3's Team of the Week after a goal and standout performance in a 3-0 win over FC Schalke 04.
Club: Borussia Dortmund
- Featured 15 times as BVB ended a fine Hinrunde in second.
- An attacking threat: created 25 chances and was fouled 22 times.
- Recorded one assist and completed over 81 per cent of his passes.
- The Germany international is a man reborn under Thomas Tuchel.
Club: 1. FC Köln
- A fine 2015 has seen Hector become Germany's first-choice left-back.
- Played every minute as his side ended the Hinrunde in ninth and with the fifth-best defensive record in the top flight.
- Has not only recorded two assists but has also created a remarkable 49 chances.
- His first assist of the season was a crucial one to make it 1-1 against Hamburger SV on Matchday 3, with Köln going on to win 2-1. You can see highlights of that game here.