Robert Lewandowski made history and Erling Haaland got another brace on Bundesliga Matchday 34. - © DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga GmbH
Robert Lewandowski made history and Erling Haaland got another brace on Bundesliga Matchday 34. - © DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga GmbH
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Bundesliga Fantasy Team of the Week: Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland and David Alaba star on Matchday 34

Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland and David Alaba were among the big hitters on Matchday 34 - but who else weighed in with their share of Fantasy points?

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Ralf Fährmann
Club:
Schalke
Position:
Goalkeeper
Points:
17

Stefan Lainer
Club:
Borussia Mönchengladbach
Position:
Defender
Points:
18

Sebastiaan Bornauw
Club:
Cologne
Position:
Defender
Points:
18

David Alaba
Club:
Bayern Munich
Position:
Defender
Points:
19

There were plenty of tears at the Allianz Arena as Alaba took to the field for one final time as a Bayern – and presumably Bundesliga – player on Matchday 34 against Augsburg. The Austrian didn’t disappoint Fantasy managers looking to utilise the now 10-time Bundesliga-winning defender in a more advanced midfield position, as he was a key presence in the attacking third with shots, passes to shots and an assist for Kingsley Coman to make it 3-0 in the 5-2 win. The curtain came down on his 13-year Bayern career after 73 minutes to a standing ovation from 250 fans in attendance.

Andre Hahn
Club:
Augsburg
Position:
Midfielder
Points:
16

Vladimir Darida
Club:
Hertha Berlin
Position:
Midfielder
Points:
16

Lars Stindl
Club: Borussia Mönchengladbach
Position:
Midfielder
Points:
25

Filip Kostic
Club:
Eintracht Frankfurt
Position:
Midfielder
Points:
18

Sargis Adamyan
Club:
Hoffenheim
Position:
Forward
Points:
17

Robert Lewandowski
Club:
Bayern Munich
Position:
Forward
Points:
19

For 89 minutes it looked like Lewandowski would end up sharing the 40-goal record for a season together with Gerd Müller. His seven attempts on goal was three more than the entire Augsburg team and signalled his intent for claiming the record outright, but compatriot Rafal Gikiewicz constantly denied him. But then with the last kick of the game and season, he got his goal – a record-breaking 41st – on the eighth attempt.

Watch: Lewandowski makes Bundesliga history

Erling Haaland
Club:
Borussia Dortmund
Position:
Forward
Points:
16

Another game, another brace for Haaland as Dortmund beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 on the final day to secure third place. The Norwegian has netted two goals in each of the last six Bundesliga games where he’s been on the scoresheet, while his 11 hauls of multiple goals in a season can only be topped historically by Müller’s 12 in 1971/72. Haaland ends his first full Bundesliga campaign on 27 goals from only 28 appearances – that would’ve been enough to finish as top scorer in over half of all Bundesliga seasons.

Watch: Haaland's brace seals third for BVB