VfL Wolfsburg individual player stats for 2018/19 season
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VfL Wolfsburg individual player stats for 2018/19 season
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VfL Wolfsburg individual player stats for 2018/19 season

Following two extremely difficult seasons that ended with VfL Wolfsburg escaping relegation via the playoffs, in 2018/19 the Bundesliga side managed to settle into a rhythm which qualified them for the UEFA Europa League. 

The Green-Whites will commence their preseason preparations on June 30, the side takes a look back at the standout records, fact and figures from last season. 

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Constant threat Weghorst

The signing of 26-year-old Wout Weghorst last summer proved to be a success when the Dutch striker wrapped up the season with a total of 17 goals and seven assists respectively. This record managed to place him in fourth place in the Bundesliga, level with Eintracht Frankfurt's Sebastien Halle; whereas Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski tallied 29. 

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Rexhbecaj makes his breakthrough

Elvis Rexhbecaj kickstarted started last season with 28 matches for the Wolves, with the 21-year-old comfortably establishing himself a regular in midfield. The German-Albanian was part of the 8-1 season victory last against Augsburg where he scored his second goal of the campaign and managed an assist. 

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Unstoppable Arnold

Maximilian Arnold was another academy graduate that put on great displays during the 2018/19 season. Arnold registered six assists - doubling his previous best set in 2016/17.

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Safe hands Casteels

Though Pavao Pervan turned out to be a more than adequate replacement for him towards the end of the season, Koen Casteels was still a steady presence between the sticks. He recorded eight clean sheets in 2018/19, his most in the Bundesliga to date.

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Knoche and Mehmedi impress

Centre-back Robin Knoche, another VfL youth team product, scored three goals, equalling his record from the 2013/14 season. Meanwhile, Admir Mehmedi managed to establish himself in the team after moving to the club during the 2017/18 winter break. The Swiss attacker has proven to be a real creative force, notching five assists – matching his previous best from 2015/16 when he was playing for Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

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