If you want to be successful in Official Fantasy Bundesliga then you need to be able to assemble a crack squad to lead you to the title. Are you spending night after night wondering about who should lead the line in your team? Well bundesliga.com has some tips with the top ten Fantasy strikers from last season.
1) Robert Lewandowski (FCB, 370 points)
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You know it will always be worth buying Robert Lewandowski despite the price and narrowly missing out on last season’s Torjägerkanone because the Bayern Munich striker simply guarantees goals and points. He may be the most expensive player in Official Fantasy Bundesliga, but there is a reason for that…
2) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (BVB, 293 points)
Goals, goals and goals – that’s what Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brings. He notched up 31 last season to become only the fourth Borussia Dortmund player to be crowned Bundesliga top scorer. The Gabon international remains an outstanding choice for all Fantasy managers this season.
3) Sandro Wagner (TSG, 260 points)
The 29-year-old struck eleven times in 31 appearances during his first campaign with Hoffenheim. A strong player who goes above and beyond and was a key performer in TSG’s outstanding season. Julian Nagelsmann’s side finished 2016/17 in fourth place, but Wagner went one better and finished as the third-best striker in Official Fantasy Bundesliga.
4) Vedad Ibisevic (BSC, 260 points)
Only 50 players in Bundesliga history have ever reached the 100-goal mark, and one of them is Hertha Berlin’s Vedad Ibisevic. The capital club’s captain bagged 12 last season and is currently 48th on the league’s all-time scoring chart with 104 goals. A constant performer for your team.
5) Timo Werner (RBL, 249 points)
The former Stuttgart striker seemed to score at will in his debut season with promoted RB Leipzig. With 21 goals he was the highest-scoring German in the Bundesliga and was rewarded with a call-up to Joachim Löw’s Germany squad. The first-ever Leipzig player to represent Germany described his rise as “a fairy tale.” He won’t want it to end just yet…