Arjen Robben – Der Ausgezeichnetste Auslaender


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Shortly after scoring Bayern Munich’s third goal in the final minute of the Bundesliga match against Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday, Holland World Cup winger ARJEN ROBBEN signals to the audience at the Allianz Arena in Bavaria his all-time rank among foreign-born goal-scorers in the illustrious history of the record German champions.
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Exactly 93 foreign players have been on the books at BAYERN MUNICH since the Bavarian club were first promoted to the Bundesliga to start the 1965-66 season. In that time, twenty-two men have been able to score ten or more goals in the German top flight during their time with the record champions. Up to this point, no Auslaender in the storied history of Bayern Munich has proved to be more productive in terms of goals per game than the Dangerous Dutchman :

30 goals —- 41 games – .732 gpg — Arjen ROBBEN, Holland
38 goals —- 60 games – .633 gpg — Luca TONI, Italy
78 goals – 129 games – .605 gpg — Roy MAKAAY, Holland
92 goals – 169 games – .544 gpg — Giovane ELBER, Brazil
11 goals —- 26 games – .423 gpg — Adolfo VALENCIA, Colombia
71 goals – 174 games – .408 gpg — Claudio PIZARRO, Peru
10 goals —- 27 games – .370 gpg — Paolo GUERRERO, Peru
34 goals – 104 games – .327 gpg — Franck RIBERY, France
12 goals —- 37 games – .324 gpg — Ivica OLIC, Croatia
21 goals —- 77 games – .273 gpg — PAULO SERGIO, Brazil
12 goals —- 45 games – .267 gpg — Ruggiero RIZZITELLI, Italy
10 goals —- 40 games – .250 gpg — Alan MCINALLY, Scotland
22 goals —- 89 games – .247 gpg — Soren LERBY, Denmark
11 goals —- 49 games – .224 gpg — Waldemar MAZINHO, Brazil
11 goals —- 53 games – .208 gpg — Brian LAUDRUP, Denmark
31 goals – 155 games – .200 gpg — Roque SANTA CRUZ, Paraguay
17 goals – 124 games – .137 gpg — Daniel VAN BUYTEN, Belgium
11 goals —– 81 games – .136 gpg — Conny TORSTENSSON, Sweden
30 goals – 234 games – .128 gpg — Hasan SALIHAMIDZIC, Bosnia
11 goals — 123 games – .089 gpg — Mark VAN BOMMEL, Holland
14 goals — 169 games – .083 gpg — ZE ROBERTO, Brazil
13 goals — 174 games – .075 gpg — Martin DEMICHELIS, Argentina

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Holland World Cup winger ARJEN ROBBEN (10) of Bayern Munich, who was acquired from Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid for a transfer fee of 25.0 million Euros in August of 2009, receives congratulations after his late goal against Bayer Leverkusen from Germany World Cup midfielder BASTIAN SCHWEINSTEIGER, who had set the Dangerous Dutchman up with a brilliantly weighted ball into the box, during the Bundesliga match on Saturday at the Allilanz Arena in Bavaria.

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