Summary

  • Bayern's Lewandowski registered 20 points on Matchday 9.
  • Modeste hat-trick fires Köln to routine win.
  • Hofenheim's Süle shines with all-round defensive display.

Seven goals shared by a prolific front three translated into pure Official Fantasy Bundesliga gold on Matchday 9, but who else scored highly enough to earn a place in the #BLFantasy Team of the Week?

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Goalkeeper

1. FC Köln goalkeeper Timo Horn kept up his end of the bargain when called upon against Hamburger SV. © imago

Timo Horn (1. FC Köln, 10 points) - only had one save to make in the Billy Goats' 3-0 win over Hamburger SV, but picked up half of his total points haul for keeping his fourth clean sheet of the season and first since Matchday 3.

Defenders

Niklas Süle was the unlikely matchwinner for unbeaten TSG 1899 Hoffenheim against Hertha Berlin. © imago / Thomas Frey

Niklas Süle (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, 17 points) - Excelled from the get-go and scored the only goal of the game against Hertha Berlin.

Julian Korb (Borussia Mönchengladbach, 14 points) - Although Gladbach could only draw 0-0 with Eintracht Frankfurt, Korb completed the full 90 minutes and scored an impressive nine points for tackles won alone.

Alexander Hack (1. FSV Mainz 05, 15 points) - Registered nine points for challenges won, kept a clean sheet and was on the winning team as Mainz beat ten-man FC Ingolstadt 04 2-0.

Tin Jedvaj (Bayer 04 Leverkusen, 14 points) - Deducted a point for conceding, but redeemed himself by scoring the match-winner to complete Leverkusen's turnaround win against VfL Wolfsburg.

Midfielders

Amir Abrashi (SC Freiburg, 14 points) - Matchday 9's highest-scoring Fantasy midfielder, Abrashi's tenacious tackling ability (six points) and first Bundesliga goal (four points) propelled Freiburg to a 3-1 victory at SV Werder Bremen's Weser Stadium.

Vincenzo Grifo (SC Freiburg, 13 points) - Scored his second goal of the season and picked up four points for challenges won.

Arjen Robben (FC Bayern München, 13 points) - Won two of his attempted challenges, laid on the opening goal for Robert Lewandowski and got on the scoresheet himself in a routine 3-1 win away to FC Augsburg.

Watch: Arjen Robben on the importance of playing as a team:

Forwards

Anthony Modeste (1. FC Köln, 17 points) - Lost five points for missing a first-half penalty, but roared back after the restart with all three of Köln's goals against Hamburg.

Watch: Anthony Modeste reflects on his maiden Bundesliga hat-trick:

Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig, 14 points) - Did not start the game, but grabbed a brace as RB Leipzig extended their unbeaten run to nine matches with victory over SV Darmstadt 98.

Watch: Marcel Sabitzer discusses his goal-scoring return to the Leipzig fold:

Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern München, 20 points) - Scored twice from three attempts on goal, chalked up an assist and picked up four points for challenges won.

Watch: Robert Lewandowski on being back among the goals in the Bundesliga:

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