Out of Africa
Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is one of numerous stars from Africa currently leaving their mark on the Bundesliga.
Kevin-Prince Boateng was another star who joined in the summer, except the Ghanaian international opted to join Dortmund's rivals FC Schalke 04. He and his
Boateng was born in Germany, as was Maxim Choupo-Moting (r.). The 1. FSV Mainz 05 striker made his debut for Cameroon in 2010, despite being born in Hamburg
One of Choupo-Moting's international team-mates is a domestic rival. Schalke defender Joel Matip was born in Bochum, but has spent his
Cedrick Makiadi, who represents the DR Congo and was born in the capital Kinshasa, has spent his entire playing career in the Bundesliga.
Jacques Zoua (l.) is another in the Bundesliga representing Cameroon. The striker who joined Hamburg this
Ivory Coast are ranked as Africa's number one side, and Didier Ya Konan (r.) of Hannover 96 has had no small part in that.
Ya Konan isn't Hannover's only star from the 57-country continent. Defender Salif Sane (r.) wears Senegalese colours proudly,
One from North Africa is Sami Allagui (l.). The 27-year-old Hertha Berlin star has just under a goal every three games for Tunisia, but has never turned out at a World Cup
Eintracht Braunschweig's top-scorer Domi Kumbela (l.) is yet to win a cap for Congo,