Bundesliga Fantasy Manager scout: Best players by club
Still asking yourself the 'Jamal Musiala or Thomas Müller?' question, or weighing up Jude Bellingham and Julian Brandt in Bundesliga Fantasy Manager? Help is at hand! bundesliga.com has compiled a club-by-club list of the highest-scoring Fantasy players in 2022/23...
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Ermedin Demirovic (forward, 188 points, 9.5M)
Demirovic has eight goals and four assists for relegation-threatened Augsburg - one less goal involvement than Mergim Berisha. However, he has claimed more than twice as many points as his teammate for challenges won.
Jeremie Frimpong (defender, 306 points, 14.5M)
Attack-minded full-backs are a real asset in Fantasy. When Frimpong's on song, he's one of the best around - in fact, he's only a single point behind Bellingham as the outright best player in Fantasy. The Dutchman's picked up over 150 points for his involvement in the final third, along with 104 for challenges won.
Jamal Musiala (forward, 286 points, 16.7M)
Eyebrows were raised when Musiala was switched from his previous listing as a midfielder, but - boy - has he delivered as a forward. No longer the profitable super sub and now 20 years old, the Germany international is Bayern's second-highest scorer with 11 goals - and he's still a million cheaper than teammates Sadio Mane and Leroy Sane.
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Philipp Hofmann (forward, 203 points, 6.7M)
Hofmann has overtaken goalkeeper Manuel Riemann in the Bochum Fantasy charts. He's their top scorer with eight goals, seven of which have fallen since Thomas Letsch came in as coach in late September.
Jude Bellingham (midfielder, 307 points, 17.4M)
Bellingham really is the best of both worlds as far as midfielders go, in fact topping the entire Fantasy standings for points thanks to his steady supply for challenges won, passes to a shot and even goals and assists.
Jonas Hofmann (forward, 287 points, 17.8M)
Gladbach as a team are consistently inconsistent, but Hofmann has shown he's good for a big haul thanks to his 11 goals and eights assists. That's as big a contribution after 33 matches as teammate Marcus Thuram (13 goals, six assists).
Florian Kainz (midfielder, 248 points, 11.4M)
Kainz has had a direct hand in a third of Cologne's 48 goals (six of his own and 10 assists), and has registered more shots (54) than any of his teammates.
Randal Kolo Muani (forward, 286 points, 15.3M)
Kolo Muani's ownership has, unsurprisingly, been among the highest in the division. The 2022 World Cup runner-up with France has 14 goals to go with his 11 provisions, making him the Bundesliga's most potent attacking outlet, while he also guarantees a healthy points share for challenges won.
Vincenzo Grifo (midfielder, 282 points, 18M)
Grifo has already surpassed his nine-goal tally of 2021/22, with 13 after 33 matches. The Italian midfielder is a real handful from open play, but has the added bonus of being Freiburg's first-choice penalty taker and one of the club's most adept from set pieces.
Dodi Lukebakio (forward, 190 points, 9.4M)
Lukebakio averages six points per game, which isn't too shabby for a sub-10M forward involved in a relegation battle. The Hertha striker is frightened to have a go, as demonstrated by his 50 points for goal attempts.
Christoph Baumgartner (midfielder, 237 points, 15.1M)
Baumgartner is proving a safer bet than forwards Munas Dabbur and Andrej Kramaric. The Hoffenheim midfielder sits second in the club's goal involvement chart with 10, while nearly a third of his Fantasy haul is the product of attempts on the opposition goal.
Karim Onisiwo (forward, 204 points, 11.4M)
Onisiwo is Mainz's best Fantasy performer, over 40 points better off than midfielder Jae-sung Lee. The Austrian is his team's joint-top scorer on nine goals, despite failing to fire in his last seven outings.
Dominik Szoboszlai (midfielder, 290 points, 17.8M)
Christopher Nkunku's injury troubles have seen Szoboszlai assume the role of Leipzig's creator-in-chief in 2023. Goal attempts, assists and passes to a shot are where the Hungarian playmaker scores highest, with over 150 across the three categories.
Marius Bülter (forward, 181 points, 6M)
Bülter's purple patch is giving Schalke every chance of avoiding an immediate return to the second tier. Having gone 17 matches without a goal, he's scored eight times in his last 11 to take his season tally to a career-best 11.
Sheraldo Becker (forward, 230 points, 13.2M)
Becker's popularity recently dropped as low as three percent, but a return to form that saw him end an 11-game goalless run on Matchday 26 has seen him swell his career-best return to nine goals and five assists. He's since added a couple of each to his tally.
Wataru Endo (midfielder, 232 points, 13M)
Stuttgart's Endo has moved clear of teammates Borna Sosa and Konstantinos Mavropanos for total points. As you might expect from a defensive midfielder, the Japan international is a consistently handy proposition when it comes to challenges won. Perhaps less surprising is his combined 100-plus points for goals, goal attempts and passes to a shot.
Niclas Füllkrug (forward, 274 points, 9.7M)
For many weeks the top-scoring player in Fantasy, the 274-point Füllkrug is a veritable bargain at under 10M. He leads the Bundesliga scoring chart with 16 goals and averages even more points per game for shots and challenges won, but a month on the sidelines has stalled his progress.
Koen Casteels (goalkeeper, 201 points, 11.7M)
Casteels' 12 clean sheets and almost 70 percent shots-to-saves ratio have contributed to him being Fantasy's second-best keeper, behind Freiburg counterpart Mark Flekken (210 points). The Belgian just surpassed Paulo Otavio as Wolfsburg's top dog, with the full-back's season having been ended by injury.
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