The Bundesliga is usually home to some of Europe’s best goalscorers and the 2019/20 season proved no anomaly.
Having won the Torjägerkanone (or top-scorer cannon, in English) for the past two seasons, Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski made it a three-peat and ended the season with a total of 34 goals to his name. It is the most ever scored by a non-German within a single Bundesliga campaign.
Next down the list is Timo Werner, who finished on 28 goals and in doing so he became RB Leipzig’s all-time top scorer ahead of his summer move to Chelsea.
Special mentions go to Erling Haaland, who finds himself among the top 10 despite playing just over 1,000 minutes in the competition, and Andrej Kramaric, who put four past Dortmund on the final day of the campaign to take 10th spot.
But who makes up the complete top 10 of Bundesliga goalscorers? Check out the list below…
Bundesliga top scorers 2019/20 season: Final standings
Players with the same amount of goals are ranked by fewer minutes played.
- Robert Lewandowski (Bayern): 34 goals (2,762 minutes)
- Timo Werner (RB Leipzig): 28 goals (2,725 minutes)
- Jadon Sancho (Dortmund): 17 goals (2,291 minutes)
- Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg): 16 goals (2,740 minutes)
- Rouwen Hennings (Fortuna): 15 goals (2,459 minutes)
- Erling Haaland (Dortmund): 13 goals (1,062 minutes)
- Jhon Cordoba (Koln): 13 goals (2,003 minutes)
- Robin Quaison (Mainz): 13 goals (2,609 minutes)
- Florian Niederlechner (Augsburg): 13 goals (2,732 minutes)
- Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim): 12 goals (1,423 minutes)
(Correct as of Gameweek 34 – 16:30 27/06/2020)