Top 5 active Bundesliga goal scorers
The most prolific active goal scorers in the German top-flight
The Bundesliga was founded in 1963 and comprises of 18 teams competing for the crown of German football champions. The German top flight holds the record worldwide for the highest average stadium attendances.
An intense, fast-paced league with guaranteed goalmouth action, the Bundesliga is quickly growing and spreading its fanbase across the world. With numerous stars on offer, the league boasts some of the world's finest goal scorers.
The German all-time record goalscorer is Gerd Muller with a phenomenal 365 goals, as current Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes sits in third with 220 goals.
Here we take a look at five of the most active goalscorers in the league.
#5 Vedad Ibisevic (108 goals in 271 appearances)
Yugoslavian born Bosnian international footballer, Vedad Ibisevic made his professional debut for PSG in 2004. He was spotted playing in the USA by then PSG manager Vahid Halilhodzic, who signed the youngster.
After failing to make a significant impact, Ibisevic moved to German Bundesliga 2 side 1899 Hoffenheim in 2007 via Alemannia Aachen, who he signed for a year earlier. The Bosnian guided the club into the top flight of German football and has never looked back since.
After five seasons at 1899 Hoffenheim, in 2012 he moved to Stuttgart where he plied his trade for four seasons. A prolific goalscorer, Ibisevic moved to Hertha Berlin in 2016 after spending a year on loan at the club in the 15-16 season.
The Bosnian forward has netted 108 goals in his 271 Bundesliga appearances.