Bundesliga 2023: Best January Goals

3rd February 2023

Watch the best goals from January from the 2022/23 season. 

Randal Kolo-Muani: The Frenchman scored with a beautiful finish at Freiburg, passing the ball past the goalkeeper into the bottom right corner. Coming off the back of a breakout tournament at the World Cup, Kolo-Muani is certainly a name on everyone's lips. 

Giovani Reyna: The American scored a sumptuous volley from the edge of the box, looping the ball over the Augsburg keeper. Can the Schwarz-Gelben challenge Bayern Munich for the title this season?

Josua Kimmich: The Bayern and German international scored a fantastic strike against Koln. Given too much time on the edge of the box, Kimmich made no mistake to punish the defence in the 90th minute. 

Steffen Tigges: The Koln forward caught the Bremen goalkeeper in no man's land. Calmly taking his time and lifting the ball over the defence, Tigges made sure to perfectly place his long range strike and make the most of the goalkeeper's error. 

Karim Onisiwo: Latching on to a through ball, the Mainz striker unleashed a viscious half volley, beating the Bochum keeper at his near post. Sealing his hat trick, the goal epitomised a fantastic performance. 

Lars Stindl: Finding a pocket of space on the edge of the box, Stindl struck hard and true, with the ball bouncin goff the underside of the crossbar, giving the Leverkusen keeper no chance. 

Ellyes Skhiri: A wonderful acrobatic finish after some excellent wingplay, Skhiri capped an incredible performance from Koln, scoring siz goals against Werder Bremen. 

Andrej Kramaric: The Croatian is known for scoring some excellent goals. After taking the ball out of the air and effortlessly shifting it onto his left foot, Kramaric perfectly guided his strike into the top left corner, giving the Stuttgart keeper no chance. 

Jesper Lindstrøm: After turning the defender inside out some excellent feet, Jesper Lindstrøm showed fantastic composure, slotting his finish beyond the keeper and scoring for Frankfurt.

Dani Olmo: The Spanish star showed all of his quality with this sumptuous finish, bringing the ball out of the air and lobbing the goalkeeper when he had absolutely no right to do so. Olmo is known for making the difficult look easy and this is no exception. 

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