The Bundesliga's top two goalscorers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Robert Lewandowski both featured in the final Official Fantasy Bundesliga dream team of the 2016/17 season.

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Goalkeeper

Andreas Luthe (Augsburg, 12 points)

Augsburg needed a point to stay up and they can thank Andreas Luthe for helping them get it. He saved all eight of the shots Hoffenheim fired his way for a very valuable clean sheet indeed – for him and for his Official Fantasy Bundesliga coaches.

Stand up and take a bow Andreas Luthe - Augsburg's impenetrable wall against Hoffenheim. © gettyimages

Defenders

Jonas Hector (Cologne, 19 points)

His first goal since 12 April 2015 – a sequence of 69 goalless games – got the Germany international the six bonus points which ensured he would again be part of the team of the week. It was his only shot of the game too – efficient or what?

Frederik Sörensen (Cologne, 16 points)

Cologne need not fear anybody in Europe next season with such a strong back line! Sörensen had two shots on goal (still a lot to learn from Hector…) and won an impressive 15 out of 22 of his tackles. That is 68 percent for those of you without a calculator close to hand, or too lazy to do the maths.

Robin Knoche (Wolfsburg, 12 points)

He could not have timed his first goal of the season much better, even if it was ultimately only a consolation – and a scant one at that – for his side. He won 12 tackles and, if you look on the bright side, he has two more games to look forward to now this season.

Gideon Jung (Hamburg, 12 points)

Knoche's tackle-rate was impressive, but that ain't nothing when you look at a guy at the other end of the field. Gideon Jung towered above everybody on the field with his 19 successful tackles, and unlike Knoche, he can now go on his jollies.

Midfielders

Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund, 18 points)

Had the season started just six weeks ago, Marco Reus would be the must-have man in Official Fantasy Bundesliga. His brace took him to five goals in his last seven games since returning from injury.

Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen, 18 points)

Speaking of braces, Kai Havertz scored his first to become the second youngest goalscorer of two goals in a single Bundesliga fixture. Had this game been played just 17 years ago, he would not have been around to witness it.

Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich, 22 points)

His 168th Bundesliga game saw an innovative goal which few would have imagined would be part of Arjen Robben's repertoire (ahem). Well he did have 11 goes at it, out of his side's 33 efforts, and he also set up two of his side's goals in a season record 18 passes which led to a shot on goal.

Watch: Robben and Bayern lift the Bundesliga shield

Forwards

Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Mönchengladbach, 12 points)

Hazard scored his 11th goal of the season, but he worked very hard for it, winning so many duels that he got a whopping six points just for throwing his weight around. That goal was important for Fantasy points, as it was for being the seventh of his which has given the Foals a 1-0 lead this season.

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich, 14 points)

By means of consolation at not winning the Bundesliga's top-scorer's prize, Lewandowski did get his hands on the Bundesliga title. He also got to set up his side's fourth and won ten challenges, even if his eight shots did not result in a goal. Just imagine his points had he attended the Jonas Hector shooting school.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund, 14 points)

The man who snatched the cannon from Lewandowski also equalled a Dortmund record of 31 goals in a season – the same as Lothar Emmerich in 1965/66 – with his brace against Bremen. bundesliga.com salutes you!

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