Time for a celebration
Yessir! VfL Wolfsburg frontman Patrick Helmes has on occasion been known to celebrate, as well as score, with military precision.
Former VfB Stuttgart and Schalke 04 spearhead Kevin Kuranyi, now with Dynamo Moscow, was a regular top-flight
Pistolero: Bruno Labbadia blazed away with great success for a number of clubs, bagging 103 goals in
Mladen Petric meanwhile preferred the organic option of a bow-and-arrow - a trademark
Roy Präger (r.) truly appreciated the tools of his trade in his Wolfsburg and Hamburg days.
Robot alert! Sandro Wagner had a penchant for circular mechanical dancing in his Werder Bemen days
What the flip? Whether at 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Bremen or FC Bayern, Miroslav Klose had opportunities aplenty to demonstrate
FC Augsburg's Sascha Mölders meanwhile is perfectly content with a somewhat less athletic variation on the same theme (© imago)
Quite aside from his 133 Bundesliga goals for Stuttgart and Bayern, Giovane Elber (l.) had a knack for creative celebration.
..while in this intriguing variation, the quicksilver Brazilian took a roll inside a giant FC Bayern logo.
...Carsten Jancker, makes an appearance here in his own right as a pioneer of the wedding-ring kissing movement (© imago)
Marko Topic meanwhile always dedicated his goals to his daughter - this one was presumably a special request
Jefferson Farfan (l.) sucking his thumb has become a common sight at Schalke 04 - the Peruvian winger is likewise greeting his children in the process
Nothing out of the ordinary, perhaps, but this one makes it in on grounds of sheer frequency.
Further down the line at FC Bayern, Luca Toni enjoyed a brief but prolific spell in the Bavarian capital, where the fans quickly learned to love his "ear-twister" celebration
The man who followed Toni in turn, Mario Gomez, revealed his Spanish roots with his trademark
The caterpillar was flourishing in Unterhaching in 2000/01, when the unheralded Munich club found themselves briefly mixing it up in the Bundesliga
Standard-issue: Felipe Santana's hand-made heart is emblematic here for all the messages
Oliver Kahn's assault on the corner flag at Hamburg in May 2001 has become the stuff of Bundesliga legend.
As far as the coaches go, few can match Jürgen Klopp for raw emotionality - this one's fresh off the press from Dortmund's 4-2 victory over Bayern in the 2013 Supercup
Martin Harnik has his own distinctive goal celebration - but this isn't it. After scoring at Freiburg, Harnik paid out
The prize here for Sibusiso Zuma after scoring for Arminia Bielefeld was a piggyback, courtesy of Marco Küntzel
Not so much the celebration as the celebrant: the week before Christmas in 1997, goalkeeper Jens Lehmann (m.)
Mainz 05 got off to a flier in 2010/11, registering seven straight wins. The innovative music-themed celebrations of forward trio
Number one: Understated but to the point, Marco Reus's typical reaction to scoring, formerly for one Borussia, now for the other
Señor Raul takes his bow. For two years, the Spanish scoring legend lit up the pitch at Schalke,