Goals galore from the frontmen and a red-hot midfielder in green are among the members of Matchday 26’s Official Fantasy Bundesliga Team of the Week.

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Goalkeeper

Yann Sommer (Gladbach, 15 points)

Gladbach can thank goalkeeper Sommer for their point against a determined Eintracht side. Within seconds of kick-off the Gladbach keeper was already being tested but tipped Ante Rebic’s effort over the bar. It wasn’t until the second half that his finest moment came though: a superb penalty save to deny Marco Fabian and secure his place in this week’s Fantasy team.

Defenders

Willi Orban (Leipzig, 17 points)

One of three Leipzig players to make the Matchday 26 Fantasy Team of the Week, Orban not only scored Leipzig‘s third of four goals but was also their most reliable man on the pitch, making a game-high 61 successful passes.

Thilo Kehrer (Schalke, 12 points)

Salvaging Schalke a draw, Thilo Kehrer’s 77th-minute strike was his first Bundesliga goal. With the most shots on goal as well as the most successful passes of any man in blue, Kehrer quickly tallied enough points to make him a shoo-in for the Fantasy team.

Marcel Halstenberg (Leipzig, 15 points)

Leipzig’s Halstenberg may not have put his name on the scoresheet but he was extremely valuable nonetheless. With 13 challenges won, he was key in providing his teammates up front with numerous opportunities, which they were quick to use.

Florent Hadergjonaj (Ingolstadt, 18 points)

Hadergjonaj finally landed his first-ever Bundesliga goal in Ingolstadt’s win against Mainz. The Switzerland international’s 73rd-minute goal ensured Ingolstadt a vital victory as they battle for survival.

Midfielders

Thomas Delaney (Bremen, 27 points)

If you picked Bremen’s Delaney for Matchday 26, you must have had a large smile on your face this weekend. Thanks to his first-ever professional hat-trick, the Dane recorded a stunning 27 points, the highest of any player on Matchday 26.

Naby Keita (Leipzig, 22 points)

For the first time since 25 November, Keita put his name on the scoresheet, but not just once, twice. His opening goal was a fine volley from a deflected Emil Forsberg shot before securing his brace in the 80th-minute to round off a 4-0 victory against Darmstadt.

Karim Bellarabi (Leverkusen, 14 points)

Despite being unable to break through the Wolves' defence, Bellarabi made the most of the opportunity when it arose. With Leverkusen’s first touch of the ball in the Wolfsburg box, Bellarabi volleyed the ball home to open the scoring in what would be a thrilling finale to Matchday 26.

Forwards

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern, 24 points)

It was a job well done once again by Lewandowski. The goal machine recorded a hat-trick and two assists against FC Augsburg on Saturday. It's a result which left leaders Bayern 13 points clear, and took Lewandowski joint-top of the race for the Torjägerkanone, earning you a bundle of points…if you picked him.

Mario Gomez (Wolfsburg, 23 points)

It took Gomez only seven minutes to score his hat-trick against Leverkusen on Sunday. Leverkusen’s 2-0 lead quickly disappeared in front of their eyes as 'Super Mario' placed two headers perfectly before netting a penalty. Gomez’s record under new Wolves coach Andries Jonker is now even more impressive with a prodigious 15 goals in just nine games.

Thomas Müller (Bayern, 17 points)

Despite narrowly missing the target early on, Müller was not going to give up that easily, and 90 minutes later the German had a brace and eight attempts on goal to his name.  Turning in a Lewandowski cross in the first-half and tapping in from close range in the second, the Bayern forward was a rewarding addition to your team on Matchday 26.

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