Serhou Guirassy, Xavi Simons, Mats Hummels and Alejandro Grimaldo were among the standout performers to make the Bundesliga Fantasy Team of the Week for Matchday 4.
The experienced campaigner is showing his worth once again this season - at both ends of the pitch. The former Germany international netted twice as Dortmund took a handy 4-2 win at Freiburg. His first-half header and second-half bundle over the line saw Hummels take the third brace in his long Bundesliga career as he equalled a record by scoring in his 16th consecutive campaign.
Watch: Hummels the two-goal hero as Dortmund win in Freiburg
The Spanish left-back was recruited by Leverkusen and many in-the-know Fantasy managers this summer for his attacking prowess, and the secret is well and truly out after his stunning free-kick strike at Bayern Munich in Friday night's clash at the Bundesliga summit. His creative power was on display too as he set up more shots than any other player in the 2-2 draw.
Watch: Bayern pegged back by Leverkusen in clash of top two
Club: RB Leipzig
Xavi is the gift that literally keeps on giving - both to Leipzig boss Marco Rose and Fantasy managers everywhere. The on-loan playmaker slotted into the Team of the Week for the third consecutive matchday after firing his side in front against Augsburg in the opening minutes and then provided the assist for Lois Openda to his Leipzig's second - making for a staggering seven goal involvements in his first four matches.
Watch: Xavi inspires Leipzig to another win
The man of the moment is back in the Team of the Week with Serhou surging clear at the top of scoring charts. He stole the show at Mainz with a brilliant hat-trick in a 3-1 win and now has a staggering eight goals after four matchdays - a feat that only one other player has previously managed in the history of the Bundesliga (Peter Meyer for Borussia Mönchengladbach in 1967/68).
Watch: Guirassy's hat-trick heroics
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