MD28 Team of the Week
Keeping goal in this week's dream XI is SC Freiburg's Roman Bürki (r.). The Swiss international produced several brilliant saves to earn his side a clean sheet and a valuable point away at FC Schalke 04
At right-back, you voted for Hertha Berlin's Mr. Dependable Peter Pekarik (bottom), who put in another solid performance to help the Berliners to a 1-1 draw at Hannover 96
A candidate in bundesliga.com's 2014/15 Team of the Season, Naldo (l.) was a rock once again for VfL Wolfsburg at the weekend, winning 78.6 per cent of his challenges in a 2-0 win at Hamburger SV
With users voting in two left-backs this week, we've accommodated Borussia Mönchengladbach's Oscar Wendt (c.) on the left side of central defence. The Swede was his enterprising self once again in the 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund and he opened the scoring inside 30 seconds
In his favoured position, we have 1. FC Köln’s Germany international Jonas Hector (l.). The 24-year-old had possibly his best game of the season in the 3-2 win over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, defending with gusto and scoring an unbelievable, game-deciding goal after dribbling past six players
In this team he's protecting the defence, but it could well be his attacking exploits that influenced users voting for Wolfsburg's Josuha Guilavogui (No23). The French international bet his coach Dieter Hecking he would score before the end of the season, and he won by netting his first Bundesliga goal in the victory at Hamburg
On the right wing we have another Gladbach player in Patrick Herrmann (c). The 24-year-old continued his sensational form by sprinting the length of the field to assist Raffael for the second goal in the victory over Dortmund
On the left is another player bang in form and another from Wolfsburg: Daniel Caligiuri. The 27-year-old scored his sixth goal of the season to secure victory at HSV and guarantee the Wolves in a place in next season's UEFA Champions League
In an attacking midfield role, we have Hertha's Valentin Stocker. The Swiss international is perhaps the Berliners' best player on current form, with his goal at Hannover - a stunning acrobatic volley - his second in as many matches
Daniel Ginczek's return to fitness may just coincide with the great escape for relegation-threatened VfB Stuttgart. Ginczek scored twice - including the winner - in Sunday's 3-2 win over SV Werder Bremen to lift his side off the bottom of the table for the first time since Matchday 19
Partnering Ginczek is FC Bayern München's man of the moment Robert Lewandowski. The Pole bagged two more goals in the 3-0 success against Eintracht Frankfurt to take his tally for the season to 16, and he is hitting form at the right time as he bids to defend his title as Bundesliga top goalscorer.
And here's the team that bundesliga.com Twitter followers voted for in full...