Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Julian Brandt (r.) wheels away after scoring a delightful chip to put his side 2-0 up against Hertha Berlin on Matchday 30.
At 17 years and 347 days, Dortmund’s Ralf Augustin (r.) was a relative veteran by the time he scored his maiden
Schalke's Wolfram Wuttke (r.) scored in his side’s 4-1 win over Uerdingen at the age of 17 years 337 days on 20 October 1979,
...Julian Brandt (l.), who grabbed his first Bundesliga goal on Matchday 29 this season, aged just 17 years, 337 days.
In seventh place: Rüdiger Abramczik (2nd l.), who fired in the opening goal for Schalke in a 5-2 victory
Dortmund’s Mark-Andre Kruska (r.) beat Abramczik by 48 hours – he was 17 years 326 days old when he levelled the scores against Rostock
Aged 17 years and 250 days, Ibrahim Tanko certainly wasn’t in a mood for joking around when he netted
See a theme developing here? The penultimate Dortmund player in the Top 10 is Lars Ricken,
Stuttgart’s Timo Werner jumped straight into a podium position when he scored on Matchday 6 (22 September 2013) in the 2013/14 campaign aged 17 years 200 days, making it 1-1 at home to Eintracht Frankfurt. He is also the only 17-year-old to have bagged a brace in the top flight
A familiar face for Bundesliga aficionados: At the age of 17 years 193 days, Schalke’s Julian Draxler became the second-youngest
Yet even that was not enough to beat the freshest-faced scorer of them all: Dortmund’s Nuri Sahin, who grabbed