FC Bayern München dominate the Matchday 16 Team of the Week following their emphatic win over title rivals RB Leipzig.
Marwin Hitz (FC Augsburg) – Being the opposition goalkeeper at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK does only not mean you have to hold your nerve in front of the largest terrace in Europe, but you also have to stand in the firing line of one of the fiercest attacks in the Bundesliga. Marwin Hitz took it all in his stride, thwarting the Westphalians' attempts time and time again and contributing to Augsburg coming away with a valuable point.
Branimir Hrgota (Eintracht Frankfurt) – Two goals to fire Frankfurt into fourth and in contention for UEFA Champions League football next season, in a performance which suggests he could well be the man to fill the boots of club legend Alexander Meier when the 34-year-old calls time on his career.
Florian Niederlechner (SC Freiburg) – His first Bundesliga brace included his first converted penalty in the top flight and helped lift Freiburg to eighth in the standings.
Bobby Wood (Hamburger SV) – He may have only been on the field for half an hour, but what a cameo it was from Wood. His eye-catching goal took HSV out of Schalke's reach, giving them some unexpected joy heading into the winter break.
Watch: Bobby Wood reflects on Hamburg's win over Schalke: