Borussia Dortmund and Gabon superstar Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has always been a popular figure among fans, but now he has the social media milestone to prove it.
After reaching one million Instagram followers on the same weekend he scored the winning penalty against Mozambique to book Gabon’s place in the third round of African 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying, bundesliga.com celebrates the occasion by rounding up the handful of other top-flight favourites to have reached the seven-digit mark on the world's favourite photo-sharing platform...
Auba the man
From celebratory match snaps to fashionable selfies, it is no wonder Batman fan 'Auba' has so many followers.
Manu's mass appeal
The world's undisputed No.1 goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, of FC Bayern München and Germany fame, is just 300,000 shy of reaching the two million-mark.
Everyone loves 'Little Pea'
Mexico international Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez has only added to his sizeable contingent of disciples (currently 2.5 million) since joining Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the summer.
Reus the jester
Join homegrown Dortmund lad Marco Reus and his two million-plus admirers, if cheeky team antics are your cup of tea.
At the time of writing, FC Bayern and Germany attacker Mario Götze has an eye-watering Instagram following of 4.3 million. Usually helps to score the winning goal in the FIFA World Cup final, mind you...
Jerome Boateng posed with American rapper Kid Ink for this rather hip still, later shared with the Bayern and Germany defender's 2.1 million admirers.
Thiago's canine chum
Over 1.4 million of you get to see Bayern and Spain playmaker Thiago Alcantara's softer side.