Timo Werner, Paco Alcacer, Robert Lewandowski or somebody else? The race to finish as top scorer looks set to be an intriguing one in 2019/20. - © DFL
Timo Werner, Paco Alcacer, Robert Lewandowski or somebody else? The race to finish as top scorer looks set to be an intriguing one in 2019/20. - © DFL

Robert Lewandowski and the race to become the Bundesliga's top scorer

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski won a fourth Torjägerkanone as the Bundesliga's top scorer last season - can anyone stop him making it five in 2019/20?

Robert Lewandowski

Club: Bayern Munich
Age: 31
Games: 14 (14 starts)
Goals: 16
Minutes per goal: 77

All good things have to come to an end, and so it proved for Lewandowski. After becoming the first player in Bundesliga history to score a goal on each of the first 11 matchdays of a season; the first to find the net in 11 successive top-flight matches; and the first to reach 16 goals after 11 matchdays, the streak came to an end in Bayern's 4-0 win at Fortuna Düsseldorf. He also drew a blank against Leverkusen on Matchday 13 and against Gladbach on Matchday 14.

Watch: Lewandowski's top 3 Bundesliga goals so far in 2019/20!

Timo Werner

Club: RB Leipzig
Age: 23
Games: 14 (14 starts)
Goals: 15
Minutes per goal: 77

Werner found the net for a fifth consecutive Bundesliga game for the first time in his career on Matchday 14, hitting a brace in the 3-1 win over Hoffenheim to take his tally to 15 for the season.

Timo Werner had never bagged a hat-trick before this season. He now has two. - 2019 Getty Images

Rouwen Hennings

Club: Fortuna Düsseldorf
Age: 32
Games: 14 (13 starts)
Goals: 10
Minutes per goal: 116

After scoring his 10th of the season on Matchday 13 - and entering single-season double figures for the first time in his Bundesliga career - Hennings was unable to get on the scoresheet in the defeat to Dortmund on Matchday 14.

Rouwen Hennings is on a personal-best 10 Bundesliga goals so far this season. - imago images/Jan Huebner

Marco Reus

Club: Borussia Dortmund
Age: 30
Games: 14 (13 starts)
Goals: 8
Minutes per goal: 138

The Dortmund captain hit the target twice as BVB dismantled Fortuna Düsseldorf 5-0 on Matchday 14 , meaning he now has eight league goals this term.

Captain Marco Reus has been among the goals for Borussia Dortmund. - Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Bongarts/Getty Images

Sebastian Andersson

Club: Union Berlin
Age: 28
Games: 14 (13 starts)
Goals: 8
Minutes per goal: 140

The Sweden striker has been on devastating form for Union Berlin in recent weeks, following up his first Bundesliga brace against Mainz on Matchday 11 with a goal in the promoted side's stunning home win over leaders Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 12. He notched another double against struggling Cologne on Matchday 14 as the capital club made it four straight league home wins.

Sebastian Andersson is helping promoted Union Berlin exceed all expectations in 2019/20. - O.Behrendt via www.imago-images.de/imago images/Contrast

Jadon Sancho

Club: Borussia Dortmund
Age: 19
Games: 12 (11 starts)
Goals: 7
Minutes per goal: 133

Sancho hit a brace against Düsseldorf on Matchday 14 to continue his superb form of late: the England international now has four Bundesliga goals in his last four games.

Jadon Sancho continues to be a key figure in Dortmund‘s attack this season. - Kirchner/Christopher Neundorf via www.imago-images.de/imago images/Kirchner-Media

Florian Niederlechner

Club: Augsburg
Age: 29
Games: 14 (14 starts)
Goals: 7
Minutes per goal: 171

Niederlechner rifled in a penalty against Mainz on Matchday 14 to seal a 2-1 win, his third goal in his last three Bundesliga appearances.

Florian Niederlechner is Augsburg‘s top scorer this season and one of the main reasons they‘ve steered clear of the relegation zone. - imago images/Sven Simon

Wout Weghorst

Club: Wolfsburg
Age: 27
Games: 14 (14 starts)
Goals: 7
Minutes per goal: 179

Weghorst once again leads the way at the top of the Wolfsburg scoring charts with seven goals, having hit 17 last term. Following a run of three games without a goal, he was back among the goals in the Matchday 12 win over Eintracht Frankfurt and Matchday 13 loss to Werder Bremen.

Wout Weghorst remains Wolfsburg's go-to guy for goals. - imago images/Joachim Sielski

Amine Harit, Milot Rashica and Marcus Thuram are among the players on six goals...

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