RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner has been rewarded for his impressive goal-scoring campaign in the Bundesliga with a call-up to Joachim Löw's Germany squad to face England and Azerbaijan. The 24-man squad is dominated by players currently plying their trade in the German top flight.
An impressive haul of 14 goals from 23 Bundesliga appearances this season has been enough to impressive Germany boss Löw and secure Werner a maiden call-up to the national team.
Watch: Werner bags a brace and provides an assist in Leipzig's 3-1 win over Mainz earlier this season:
The 21-year-old already has seven U21 caps to his name, but now has his chance to appear for the senior team and become the first RB Leipzig player to play for Germany.
"Werner is a young and interesting player with a good eye. He's very adaptable and has consistently played at the highest level this season," said Die Mannschaft boss Löw on the call-up. "I'm looking forward to welcoming him into our group and being able to observe him at close quarters."
Whilst Werner is the first and only RBL player in the squad, he is joined by 13 other familiar faces from the Bundesliga. Four members are drawn from record champions Bayern Munich, two apiece from Borussia Dortmund, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, and one each for 1. FC Cologne, FC Schalke 04 and VfL Wolfsburg.
The full squad
Goalkeepers: Neuer (Bayern Munich), Leno (Bayer Leverkusen), Ter Stegen (Barcelona).
Defenders: Mustafi (Arsenal), Hector (Cologne), Höwedes (Schalke), Hummels (Bayern), Rüdiger (Roma), Süle (Hoffenheim), Kimmich (Bayern), Rudy (Hoffenheim)
Midfielders: Khedira (Juventus), Kroos (Real Madrid), Özil (Arsenal), Can (Liverpool), Weigl (Dortmund), Brandt (Leverkusen)
Forwards: Draxler (Paris Saint Germain), Schürrle (Dortmund), Podolski (Vissel Kobe), Müller (Bayern), Sane (Manchester City), Gomez (Wolfsburg), Werner (Leipzig)