USMNT striker Bobby Wood is one of three Hamburg players to make the Official Fantasy Bundesliga Team of the Week.

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Goalkeeper

Ralf Fährmann (Schalke, 15 points)

Kept a clean sheet in Schalke's 3-0 win over Augsburg, becoming the first goalkeeper in Bundesliga history to save a penalty from Paul Verhaegh for good measure.

Schalke stopper Ralf Fährmann made himself big to keep out this penalty from Augsburg's Paul Verhaegh. © gettyimages / Lars Baron

Defenders

Thilo Kehrer (Schalke, 12 points)

No other Schalke player attempted more challenges than Kehrer (24 in total). The young right-back also picked up bonus points for the win and a clean sheet.

Andreas Christensen (Borussia Mönchengladbach, 12 points)

Gave Gladbach the lead in Hamburg with his second goal of the campaign and won 14 of his 18 attempted challenges, but dropped points for conceding twice in a 2-1 reverse.

Matthias Ostrzolek (Hamburg, 13 points)

Kept Gladbach's fearsome attacking ranks largely in check for 90 minutes, winning 15 of his 23 attempted challenges.

Aytac Sulu (Darmstadt, 14 points)

Lead by example as Darmstadt picked up a much-needed win over Mainz. Sulu registered more shots on goal than any player on the pitch (three), scored his first goal of the campaign and won 67 per cent of his attempted challenges.

Midfielders

Genki Haraguchi (Hertha Berlin, 11 points)

Worked his socks off in Hertha's 2-1 victory at home to Borussia Dortmund, winning 17 challenges and rattling off two efforts on goal.

Robin Quaison (Mainz, 11 points)

Scored with his first shot on goal on his first start, albeit in a losing effort to Darmstadt.

Filip Kostic (Hamburg, 12 points)

Scored his first Bundesliga goal of the season to bring HSV level in Gladbach, and had a big say in Bobby Wood's winner.

Filip Kostic put in a commanding shift on the left-hand side of the HSV midfield. © gettyimages / Stuart Franklin

Forwards

Mathew Leckie (Ingolstadt, 15 points)

Didn't score, but weighed in with four attempts on goal and won 26 of his 49 attempted challenges in Ingolstadt's 2-2 draw with Cologne.

Anthony Modeste (Cologne, 17 points)

Netted his 18th and 19th Bundesliga goals of the season in a game Cologne will feel they should have won.

Bobby Wood (Hamburg, 16 points) 

As well as scoring the winner against Gladbach, the USMNT striker won 15 challenges and had the most shots on goal of all his teammates (five).

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