Cologne - The accolades keep coming for FC Bayern München winger Arjen Robben, who after being named Matchday 15's Player of the Week and picking up the Dutch Sportsman of the Year award, has also been voted the Bundesliga's Player of the Week for Matchday 16.
The Dutchman is monopolising the weekly poll of fans on bundesliga.com, but with his recent performances, the 30-year-old deserves all the praise coming his way.
"I'm very proud. It's a huge compliment and it's great to be able to lift this trophy after such a special year," Robben said after taking possession of the Dutch Sportsman of the Year award – becoming only the first footballer to win it since Ruud Gullit in 1987 – on the same night he racked up 100 Bundesliga goals.
That landmark strike was enough to break SC Freiburg's resistance on Matchday 16 and further help Bayern's march towards the Bundesliga title. Robben also completed over 85 per cent of his passes and was a persistent threat to a formidable Freiburg rearguard, earning 55 per cent of the bundesliga.com vote.
Alexander Meier came second (34 per cent) in the Matchday 16 poll after his dramatic double for Eintracht Frankfurt against Hertha Berlin on Wednesday, while Max Kruse finished third (11 per cent) after scoring the opener in Borussia Mönchengladbach's 4-1 victory over SV Werder Bremen.