Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller have been scoring for fun for FC Bayern München in 2015/16, but they both still have some way to go to match legendary striker Gerd Müller's astounding tally of 365 Bundesliga goals.
Manfred Burgsmüller (l.) netted 135 Bundesliga goals for Borussia Dortmund between 1976-83. Current BVB top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang already has 51 to his name, including 22 this season.
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Hertha Berlin's present-day sporting director Michael Preetz is the Old Lady's all-time leading Bundesliga marksman on 84 goals.
Klaus Fischer scored his fair share of overhead efforts for FC Schallke 04 between 1970-81. He found the net a total of 182 times in the Bundesliga for the Royal Blues, with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar next in line on 76.
Jupp Heynckes (l.) is one of a select few to have made the transition from top player to top head coach. The Mönchengladbach native scored 195 Bundesliga goals for his hometown club, helping the Foals win four Bundesliga titles along the way.
Ulf Kirsten plundered 182 Bundesliga goals during a 13-year spell at Bayer 04 Leverkusen (1990-2003).
Yunus Malli needs seven goals to draw level with former 1. FSV Mainz 05 striker Mohamed Zidan (pictured) at the top of the club's Bundesliga scoring charts on 29 goals.
Edin Dzeko notched 66 goals in 111 Bundesliga appearances for VfL Wolfsburg, including 26 during their title-winning campaign of 2008/09.
Three players have broken the 100-goal mark for 1. FC Köln: Hannes Löhr (pictured, 166), Dieter Müller (159) and Pierre Littbarski (116).
Moritz Hartmann has registered seven goals in FC Ingolstadt 04's debut season in the Bundesliga.
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Karl Allgöwer scored 129 Bundesliga goals for VfB Stuttgart between 1980-91.
Uwe Seeler spent his entire career at Hamburger SV, finding the net 137 times in 237 Bundesliga appearances, as well as topping the scoring charts in the Bundesliga's inaugral campaign in 1963/64.
Peter Cestonaro scored 21 goals for SV Darmstadt 98, 16 of which came in 1981/82.
The Bundesliga's all-time leading foreign goalscorer is also joint-top of the shots at SV Werder Bremen. Peruvian international Claudio Pizarro sits level with Marco Bode on 101 Bundesliga goals, after finding the net against Mainz on Matchday 27.
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FC Augsburg ever-present Tobias Werner has scored 23 Bundesliga goals since
Die Fuggerstädter gained promotion to the top flight for the first time at the end of 2010/11.
Sejad Salihovic scored some stunning set-piece goals whilst on the books at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (2006-2015). The Bosnia-Herzegovina international midfielder was on target 46 times in 176 top-flight appearances for the club.
Bernd Hölzenbein served Eintracht Frankfurt from 1967 through to 1981, scoring 160 Bundesliga goals.
Hans Siemensmeyer spent nine seasons in the Bundesliga with Hannover 96 (1964-74), registering 71 goals.