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The top 11 of February



The top 11 of February

The Bundesliga played four times in February 2023, from match days 19 to 22. Here is the top 11 of the month.

BVB was the most successful club in February, Dortmund was the only team to win all four games – with a goal difference of 12:2. The biggest surprise of the month is 1. FSV Mainz 05, who recorded three wins.

By the way, at the bottom of the February table is TSG Hoffenheim, who lost all their games. VfB Stuttgart and VfL Bochum were only slightly better with three points.

Here is February’s top 11.


Ralf Ferryman (FC Schalke 04)

No team conceded fewer goals in February than S04. The only one conceded was the fault of the ferryman, because he let a harmless shot through the legs against Stuttgart. From there – also against VfB – with many strong saves in the four games. The goalkeeper change to Schalke was worth it!


Jeffrey Gouweleeuw (FC Augsburg)

Two home wins, two away bankruptcies – the Dutchman was a guarantee, especially in the two 1-0 wins in the Fuggerstadt, that the goal was zero. In the late but important three against Hoffenheim, the FCA captain provided the template for the decisive goal.

Robin Knoche (1. FC Union Berlin)

The captain of the Irons plays an incredibly consistent and confident season – even in February. There he shot his team from the point to a 2-1 victory in Leipzig. It was Knoche’s second goal this season. Also absolutely solid in the home games against Mainz and Schalke.

Nico Schlotterbeck (BVB)

The central defender has improved a lot in 2023 and is very reliable in Dortmund’s back four. Against ex-club Freiburg, he was on the top scorer list for the third time this season. In Bremen it was Schlotterbeck’s solo that made it possible for him to make the decisive 2-0 lead.


Ellyes Skhiri (1. FC Cologne)

Born in France, he is one of the best Bundesliga players this season and has scored all five of his goals in 2023. Two of them in the 3-0 win against Frankfurt, when Skhiri showed an absolute brilliant performance. Was also one of the strongest players on the field in the 0-0 draw against Leipzig. The interest of Eintracht and Dortmund is no coincidence.

Karim Adeyemi (BVB)

After hardly anything went together for him at first, Adeyemi made a huge leap in his performance in the new year. He only played a game and a half in February due to a torn hamstring, but managed two goals and an assist. His lead goal with a hoe against Hertha was particularly strong.

Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich)

The Bayern veteran was sacrificed after the early red card in Gladbach and had to go out after 16 minutes. In the other three games with two goals and two assists. Especially in the 4-2 win in Wolfsburg, Müller showed a strong game. He’s had four stalls and eight assists so far this season.

Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich)

The Frenchman was absent from the bankruptcy in Gladbach and therefore only made three appearances. In these, Coman showed his importance for the record champions: with four goals and one assist, he was Bayern’s most successful February shooter. He had previously scored in the Bundesliga on August 21…


Jae Sung Lee (1. FSV Mainz 05)

The 30-year-old scored three goals and set up two. The South Korean excelled in the 3-1 win over Augsburg. Lee now has seven goals this season and is one of the reasons why Mainz are currently in eighth place in the table.

Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Three goals, one assist – although Eintracht lost two out of four matches, the striker scored half of his team’s goals in February. With ten goals this season and 13 assists, Kolo Muani is the top scorer in the Bundesliga.