It´s time for Africa
Papiss Cisse (left) has scored 36 goals in 61 Bundesliga appearances for SC Freiburg, making the Senegalese
Karim Haggui (left) has won 67% of his challenges this season, making him the second most effective tackler at Hannover 96 behind Emanuel
Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting (right) is 1. FSV Mainz 05's top scorer so far this season with three goals,
Yacine Abdessadki (right) has not been directly involved in a goal for Freiburg in his last 35 Bundesliga matches.
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Chinedu Obasi (right) has already made more appearances this season (twelve)
Cedrick Makiadi (left) failed to score in any of his 34 Bundesliga appearances for Freiburg last season, but the Congolese has already struck twice
Ghana international Isaac Vorsah (front) has missed just one game for Hoffenheim so far this
Joel Matip (right), a Cameroonian international, has scored four Bundesliga goals throughout his career - all headers. The most recent
Didier Ya Konan (left) bagged 14 goals last season, but the Ivorian has only scored once so far in 2011/12 - a late winner in Hannover's
Mainz and Tunisia striker Sami Allagui scored after just a minute and 20 seconds on Matchday 4 in Hannover - the second-fastest goal of the season.
Garra Dembele topped the Bulgarian scoring charts with 26 goals last season, but he is yet to find the target in the Bundesliga. The Malian international has only made one start for Freiburg thus far but has made more appearances from the substitutes' bench than any of his squad-mates (eight).
Following three substitute appearances, Dorge Kouemaha (right) has now made seven straight starts for 1. FC Kaiserslautern, scoring two goals.
Sofian Chahed (right) has made 132 Bundesliga appearances throughout his career - more than any other Tunisian ever.
Ibrahima Traore has largely been used as a substitute for VfB Stuttgart this season (seven
Marcel Ndjeng (right) was one of Bundesliga 2's top performers with 18 goals and 38 assists in 106 games, but is yet to prove his class
Andrew Sinkala (right) is back in the Bundesliga for the first time since December 2005 and in three appearances so far this season,
Anthony Ujah has only scored in just one of his six Bundesliga appearances to date. His double strike in the 3-1 victory over
Knowledge Musona (front) enjoyed a fine Bundesliga debut for Hoffenheim, coming on as a substitute to set up his side's third
Arthur Boka (right) made his first start of the season in Stuttgart's clash against Kaiserslautern on Matchday 8. The
Mohamed Zidan is the most prolific Egyptian in Bundesliga history with 40 goals. His last, however, came one and a half years ago - on 13 March
Tunisian defender Ammar Jemal (right) made his first Bundesliga appearance for K�ln on Matchday 6, when the Billy Goats recorded their biggest
Wilson Kamavuaka celebrated his Bundesliga debut for 1. FC Nuremberg in a 3-3 draw with Mainz on
Dawda Bah's Europa League adventure with former club HJK Helsinki came to an end at the play-off stage against Schalke. However, a move
Hans Sarpei is still waiting to make his first appearance of the new season. The 35-year-old is a Bundesliga
Mamadou Bah (centre) has played just a single minute of football this season after being brought