- Aubameyang scored the winner in Dortmund’'s victory in Der Klassiker.
- Modeste scored in Köln's comeback win in the Rheinderby.
- Both are on a better than a goal-a-game pace after 11 matches.
The Bundesliga is known for excitement. Germany's top flight promises fans up-tempo matches with plenty of goalmouth action - and this season, it also features the two most lethal strikers in Europe.
With 12 goals apiece, Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Anthony Modeste of 1. FC Köln do not just lead the way in the Bundesliga - they are the leading goalscorers in Europe's top five leagues.
As they have so often this season, Dortmund got a big performance out of Aubameyang on Saturday night. He scored the game's lone goal in a 1-0 victory over FC Bayern München in Der Klassiker. The 27-year-old has scored in all but three of the Schwarz-Gelben's 11 matches this season.
Watch: All 12 of Aubameyang's Bundesliga goals so far this season:
Modeste has been just as consistent, striking in eight of his team's games this term - and has had arguably an even greater impact on his team. While Dortmund have nine different players who have chipped in with goals this season, just five have scored for Köln. Modeste has notched a full two-thirds of the Billy Goats' goals.
Watch: Modeste's first 11 goals, scored in just nine games!:
The two target men's hunger for goals has helped keep things tight near the top of the league. Dortmund and Köln are level on 21 points - all eyes will be on Aubameyang and Modeste to see how far their goals can fire them heading into the final six matches before the winter break.