MD32 Team of the Week
Making his way onto the Matchday 32 Team of the Week is the increasingly assured Kevin Trapp, who was able to do what not many before him
Gotoku (r.) edged the battle of the Sakai's against Japanese compatriot Hiroki on Friday night. The VfB Stuttgart full-back
John Anthony Brooks not only excelled in his own penalty area this weekend, the Hertha Berlin defender popped up in the
A regular feature in the Team of the Week is Mats Hummels, and he didn't let himself or Borussia Dortmund down at the weekend, facing up to
Zdenek Pospech (l.) has helped 1. FSV Mainz 05's surge towards a place in Europe next season, and after his workmanlike performance against 1. FC Nürnberg
Lars Bender (r.) fits in just in front of the back four after his latest authoritative performance at the heart of the Leverkusen midfield.
If at first you don't succeed… Patrick Herrmann may have been denied once by Ralf Fährmann, but the Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder tried
Marco Reus just does not miss from the penalty spot. His sixth successful spot-kick of the season earned Dortmund a draw against Leverkusen (© Imago)
Hamburger SV coach Mirko Slomka already knew how good Halil Altintop (c.) is, having signed him while in charge of FC Schalke 04 in 2006. Just in
Ivan Perisic is enjoying a resurgence during the second half of the season, and it is no surprise VfL Wolfsburg's form has followed that very same trend.
However, Perisic still has a long way to go to match the Bundesliga's most prolific foreign scorer, Claudio Pizarro. The Peruvian just does not want to stop scoring,
Here is an overview of Matchday 32's Team of the Week in a 4-1-4-1 formation