Still Asking yourself the 'Jamal Musiala or Sadio Mane?' question, or weighing up Jude Bellingham and Marco Reus 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...
Ermedin Demirovic (forward, 117 points, 9.1M)
Demirovic is relegation-threatened Augsburg's five-goal top scorer. As well as having three assists to his name, he's accumulated almost a quarter of his points haul for challenges won.
Jeremie Frimpong (defender, 136 points, 12.8M)
Attack-minded full-backs are a real asset in Fantasy. When Frimpong's on song, he's one of the best around. The Dutchman's picked up over 70 points for his involvement in the final third, along with 52 for challenges won.
Jamal Musiala (forward, 167 points, 15.1M)
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, the German teenager is Bayern's top scorer - and he's a couple of million cheaper than Mane.
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Philipp Hofmann (forward, 107 points, 5.6M)
Hofmann has overtaken goalkeeper Manuel Riemann in the Bochum Fantasy charts. He's their top scorer with six goals, five of which have fallen since Thomas Letsch came in as coach in late September.
Jude Bellingham (midfielder, 164 points, 15.1M)
Bellingham really is the best of both worlds as far as midfielders go, providing a steady supply for challenges won, passes to a shot and even goals and assists. The Dortmund teenager is also among the top five players for average points per 90 minutes (10).
Marcus Thuram (forward, 163 points, 13.6M)
Only Musiala ranks higher among forwards for total points than Thuram. The France international has put away 10 of his league-leading 55 attempts on goal after 15 matches, and has three assists. That's a 43.3 percent share of Gladbach's 30 team goals!
Florian Kainz (midfielder, 134 points, 10.1M)
Kainz is the only sub-13M player to have broken the 130-point barrier ahead of the season restart. He's had a direct hand in almost 43 percent of Cologne's goals (five of his own and as many assists), and has registered more shots (32) than any of his teammates.
Randal Kolo Muani (forward, 146 points, 13M)
Kolo Muani's still owned by just 31 percent of Fantasy managers, despite being the Bundesliga's No.1 for assists. The 2022 World Cup runner-up with France has 10 provisions to go with his five goals, and guarantees a healthy points share for challenges won.
Vincenzo Grifo (midfielder, 157 points, 15.9M)
Grifo has already matched his nine-goal tally of 2021/22, in less than half the number of games. 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, 112 points, 9M)
Lukebakio averages seven points per game, which isn't too shabby for a sub-10M forward involved in a relegation battle. The Hertha striker has quite the shot on him, as evinced by his 30 points for goal attempts.
Christoph Baumgartner (midfielder, 135 points, 13.8M)
Baumgartner is proving a safer bet than forwards Munas Dabbur, Andrej Kramaric and, formerly, Georginio Rutter. The Hoffenheim midfielder tops the club's goal involvement chart with six, while almost a third of his Fantasy haul is the product of attempts on the opposition goal.
Karim Onisiwo (forward, 112 points, 10.8M)
Onisiwo is Mainz's best Fantasy performer by a distance. The Austrian is his team's top scorer, and has recorded almost as many points just for goal attempts and passes to a shot as fellow forward Jonathan Burkardt has managed in total.
Christopher Nkunku (midfielder, 182 points, 18.1M)
Nkunku is the most expensive player in Fantasy, but he's also top dog for points. The Leipzig talisman averages a goal or assist almost every game, a fact that hasn't gone unnoticed by the 34 percent of managers who have retained his services despite a knee ligament injury.
Simon Terodde (forward, 67 points, 4.6M)
Bottom side Schalke tend to be one of the teams Fantasy Managers bet against, but if you are willing to gamble, then three-goal Terodde is probably the way to go. The Royal Blues have some must-win games coming up, too.
Sheraldo Becker (forward, 112 points, 11.4M)
Becker flew out of the blocks with six goals and three assists across the first seven rounds of fixtures, but he's only found the back of the net once since. The Union striker's dip in form has seen his popularity drop to six percent, making him a useful differential if and when he rediscovers his mojo.
Wataru Endo (midfielder, 105 points, 10.7M)
Stuttgart's Endo is marginally ahead of teammates Konstantinos Mavropanos and Borna Sosa 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 30-plus points for goal attempts and passes to a shot.
Niclas Füllkrug (forward, 162 points, 8M)
The second best value player in Fantasy, the 162-point Füllkrug is a veritable bargain at 8M. Although the top-scoring German in the Bundesliga with 11 goals, Bremen's frontman fantastic averages even more points per game for shots and challenges won.
Paulo Otavio (defender, 116 points, 8.5M)
Cheaper and more defensively minded than Frimpong, Otavio has scooped 52 points for challenges won alone. Throw in his four assists for an ever-improving Wolfsburg team, and you have the full[-back] package.
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