Top-flight football in Germany, the Bundesliga, is back in action and after the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic. Empty stadiums, distant celebrations, masked substitutes, and the sound of the ball piercing the net, that’s how European football marked its return when Bundesliga continued their campaign after a break of almost two months because of the coronavirus outbreak globally.
Although the fans are not able to back their teams from the stands, players in the Bundesliga have ensured that they do not lack in intensity as league action resumes. On the contrary, the intent is more than ever since the resumption and all the players seem as if they have been waiting for the action to resume.
Today, we’ll take a look at the top five goalscorers in the league with 28 matchdays having been completed so far and 6 matchdays still to go.
Bundesliga 2019/20: Top Five Goalscorers After Matchday 28
5. Marco Reus- Borussia Dortmund (11 goals)
Marco Reus was in great form since the league began this year. However, an injury in a game against Werder Bremen back in February meant that he had to be sidelined for a long while. Since the resumption of the league, he hasn’t been on the pitch, which clearly indicates that he isn’t back to full fitness.
In the Bundesliga this season, Marco Reus has featured in 19 games so far wherein he has scored 11 goals and has 6 assists to his name. He has also earned a yellow card this season. A major chunk of Borussia Dortmund’s success belongs to Marco Reus’ goalscoring form.