mardi 24 avril 2018

Germany national team's top scorer by year (1908-2019).


Germany national team's top scorer by year (1908-2018).


1908 : Fritz Förderer (Karlsruhe) & Fritz Becker (Kickers Frankfurt), 2 goals.
1909 : Willi Worpitzky (Viktoria Berlin), 2 goals.
1910 : Eugen Kipp (Sf Berlin), 3 goals.
1911 : Otto Dumke (Viktoria Berlin), 3 goals. Kipp, Förderer & Worpitzky, 2.
1912 : Gottfried Fuchs (Karlsruhe), 11 goals.
1913 : 4 players with 1 goal. Fuchs, Kipp, Wegele, Jäger.
1914 : 4 players with 1 goal. Harder, Jäger, Wegele, Queck. 1 match, 4-4 with NED.
1920 : Adolf Jäger (Altona, Hamburg), 2 goals.
1921 : Sepp Herberger (Waldhof, Mannheim), 2 goals.
1922 : 4 players with 1 goal. Jäger, Franz, Seiderer, Weissenbacher.
1923 : Leonhard Seiderer (Fürth) & Carl Hartmann (Potsdam), 2 goals.
1924 : Otto Harder (Hamburg) & Andreas Franz (Fürth), 3 goals.
1925 : Otto Harder (Hamburg) & Paul Pömpner (Leipzig), 3 goals.
1926 : Otto Harder (Hamburg), 6 goals.
1927 : Josef Pöttinger (Bayern), 4 goals.
1928 : Richard Hofmann (Meerane), 5 goals.
1929 : Georg Frank (Fürth), 5 goals. Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 4.
1930 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 7 goals.
1931 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 3 goals.
1932 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 5 goals.
1933 : Richard Hofmann (Benrath, Düsseldorf), 5 goals.
1934 : Richard Hofmann (Benrath, Düsseldorf), 7 goals.
1935 : Edmund Conen (Saarbrücken), 9 goals. Ernst Lehner (TSV Schwaben, Augsburg) & August Lenz (Dortmund), 7.
1936 : Adolf Urban (Schalke), 4.
1937 : Otto Siffling (Waldhof, Manneihm), 10 goals. Lehner, 7.
1938 : Jupp Gauchel (Neuendorf, Koblenz), 7 goals.
1939 : Helmut Schön (Dresden), 8 goals. Franz Binder (Rapid Wien), 7 goals.
1940 : Wilhelm Hahnemann (Admira Wien), 9 goals. Edmund Conen (Kickers Stuttgart), 8.
1941 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), 7 goals. Ernest Willimowski (Chemnitz), 6.
1942 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), Ernest Willimowski (1860 München) & Karl Decker (FC Vienna), 7 goals. August Klingler (Karlsruhe), 6.
1950 : Herbert Burdenski (Werder), 1 goal. 1 match played this year, 1-0 against SWI.
1951 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 4 goals.
1952 : Ottmar Walter (K'lautern), 4 goals.
1953 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 4 goals.
1954 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 9 goals. Hans Schäfer (Köln), 7.
1955 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), Jupp Röhring (Köln), Karl Mai (Fürth), 2 goals.
1956 : Willi Schröder (Werder), 3 goals.
1957 : Helmut Rahn (Rot-Weiss Essen), Alfred Schmidt (Dortmund), Gerhard Siedl (Karlsruhe), 2 goals.
1958 : Helmut Rahn (Rot-Weiss Essen), 10 goals.
1959 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 6 goals.
1960 : Gert Dörfel (Hamburg), 5 goals. Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 4.
1961 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 5 goals.
1962 : Heinz Streh (Nürnberg), 3 goals.
1963 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 3 goals.
1964 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 4 goals.
1965 : Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (VfB Stuttgart), 4 goals.
1966 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg) & Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern), 7 goals.
1967 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 6 goals.
1968 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), Wolfgang Overath (Köln), Georg Volkert (Nürnberg), Siegfried Held (Dortmund), 2 goals.
1969 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 9 goals.
1970 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 13 goals.
1971 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 12 goals.
1972 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 13 goals.
1973 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 7 goals.
1974 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 6 goals. Breitner (Bayern) & Cullmann (Köln), 4.
1975 : Jupp Heynckes (M'Gladbach), 4 goals. Erich Beer (Hertha Berlin), 3.
1976 : Dieter Müller (Köln) & Erich Beer (Hertha Berlin), 4 goals.
1977 : Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 11 goals.
1978 : Rainer Bonhof (M'Gladbach then Valencia), 5 goals. K-H Rummenigge (Bayern), 4.
1979 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern) & Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 5 goals.
1980 : Klaus Allofs (F. Düsseldorf), 7 goals.
1981 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern) & Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 9 goals.
1982 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern), 9 goals.
1983 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern), 8 goals. Rudi Völler (Werder), 6.
1984 : Rudi Völler (Werder), 5 goals.
1985 : Rudi Völler (Werder) & Pierre Littbarski (Köln), 4 goals.
1986 : Rudi Völler (Werder), 7 goals.
1987 : Rudi Völler (Roma) & Pierre Littbarski (Köln), 3 goals.
1988 : Lothar Matthaüs (Bayern then Inter), 4 goals.
1989 : Rudi Völler (Roma), 3 goals. Littbarski (Köln) & Möller (Dortmund), 2.
1990 : Rudi Völler (Roma) & Lothar Matthaüs (Inter), 7 goals.
1991 : Karl-Heinz Riedle (Lazio) & Lothar Matthaüs (Inter), 3 goals. Völler, 2.
1992 : Karl-Heinz Riedle (Lazio) & Thomas Hässler (Roma), 4 goals.
1993 : Andreas Möller (Juventus), 7 goals. Klinsmann (Monaco), 6. Riedle (Laz. then Dort.), 5.
1994 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Monaco then Tottenham), 11 goals.
1995 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Tottenham then Bayern), 6 goals. Möller (Dortmund), 5.
1996 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Bayern), 7 goals. Möller (Dortmund) & Bierhoff (Udinese), 6.
1997 : Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese), 7 goals. Ulf Kirsten (Leverkusen), 5.
1998 : Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese then Milan), 8 goals.
1999 : Oliver Bierhoff (Milan), 6 goals.
2000 : Oliver Bierhoff (Milan), Ulf Kirsten (Leverkusen), Carsten Jancker (Bayern), 3 goals.
2001 : Michael Ballack (Leverkusen), 6 goals.
2002 : Miroslav Klose (Werder), 12 goals.
2003 : Fredi Bobic (Hannover then H. Berlin), 6 goals.
2004 : Kevin Kuranyi (VfB Stuttgart), 10 goals. Ballack (Bayern), 8.
2005 : Lukas Podolski (Köln), 8 goals. Ballack (Bayern), 7.
2006 : Miroslav Klose (Werder), 13 goals. Lukas Podolski (Köln then Bayern), 12.
2007 : Kevin Kuranyi (Schalke), 5 goals.
2008 : Miroslav Klose (Bayern), 8 goals. Lukas Podolski (Bayern), 7.
2009 : Lukas Podolski (Bayern then Köln), 6 goals. Mario Gomez (VfB then Bayern), 5.
2010 : Miroslav Klose (Bayern), 10 goals.
2011 : Mario Gomez (Bayern), 7 goals. Klose, Özil, T. Müller, Schürrle, 5.
2012 : Mesut Özil (Real), 6 goals. Reus (M'Gladbach then Dortmund), 5. Gomez, Klose, 4.
2013 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 6 goals.
2014 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 10 goals.
2015 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 5 goals.
2016 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 5 goals. Gomez (Besiktas), 4.
2017 : Timo Werner (Leipzig), 7 goals. Goretzka (Schalke), 6.
2018 : Timo Werner (RB Leipzig), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) and Leroy Sané (Manchester City), 2 goals.
2019 : Serge Gnabry (Bayern), 9 goals.

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