Munich - At one point this season, Joachim Löw expressed a worry that Borussia Dortmund's had suffered a dip in form, only for the 24-year-old Germany international to respond in the best way possible.
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As the left-sided midfielder in an attacking midfield trio, Reus managed to score 16 league goals and set up 14 more for his team-mates. The Dortmund-born star was, therefore, directly involved in 30 goals this season - more than any other player.
He displayed a marked improvement on the previous campaign in which he scored 14 and provided 12 assists, but it was during the second half of the season that Reus reached the peak of his powers. In 13 league matches in 2014, the former Borussia Mönchengladbach star bagged eight goals and nine assists, and hit a sensational double against Real Madrid FC that almost took BVB to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the second season running.