Bundesliga TOP FIVE - ROUND 22
Serge Gnabry continues to show that Arsenal (and to a lesser extent Tony Pulis) got their judgement of him categorically wrong. Bayern are very much back on song after a dreadful first half and Gnabry's numbers make hugely impressive reading.
Against Koln he was the clear standout performer, scoring two goals, the second of which a thrilling dribble and wonderful curled shot that showcased all that he can do. He has pace, power, directness, and has been one of the players of the season in the Bundesliga.
Dortmund continue to be susceptible to conceding goals away from home, but smash teams on their own turf, and Guerreiro was one of their most potent offensive threats in the win over Frankfurt.
With his left foot, his deliveries into the area were a constant threat to the opposition while he completed a huge 77 of his 80 passes, as well as four completed dribbles. He rounded off a superb display with a fizzing shot from the edge of the area to round off yet another comprehensive Dortmund win.
Kramaric was unfortunate to be on the losing side, doing everything possible from an offensive perspective to drive his team forward against Wolfsburg.
The Croatian provided an assist as well as scoring a neat goal of his own, and created another three Big Chances which weren't converted by his profligate team-mates. He also completed 32 of his 34 passes - a high strike rate for a forward. A shame the rest of the team couldn't help him out.
Muller has made an unexpected but welcome return to form for Bayern over the last few months and he was once again at the centre of their win at Koln.
He created a huge FOUR Big Chances for team-mates during the clash, two of which were converted to assists, and a third Gnabry somehow missed from close range. He is becoming a seriously vital part of the Bavarians' side again.
Gladbach recorded an excellent away win at Fortuna, one which keeps them well in the Bundesliga hunt, and Thuram was their most effective attacker in their fluid offensive movements.
Thuram's superb reverse pass allowed Jonas Hoffman to find the far corner from an acute angle, while in the second half his awareness gave Lars Stindl - who also had an excellent match - to roll into the net and set Gladbach on the road to victory.
Lars Stindl (8.7) linked superbly well with Thuram in Gladbach's away win in Dusseldorf.