Look at the latest BL scoring statistics: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/stats/topscorers?league=GER.1&cc=5901 Oliver Nueville leads the BL with 8 goals. And he's doing it with mediocre Monchengladbach. Miroslav Klose is second with 7, including his latest which was a brilliant back heel, plus some other fine goals. Gerald Asamoah also has 4 goals, while rotating between midfield and forward, and playing for struggling Schalke (who fired their coach). None of these guys are world beaters, but they are giving Juergen Klinsmann some pretty attractive options in attack for Germany. Each one of these guys are good athletes. Oliver Nueville is very quick and a terrific dribbler. Now he's finding a solid scoring touch, which he had in 2002 (15 goals). Miroslav Klose has springs in his legs, is great in the air, and is fast with all around good skills. He, too had 15 goals in 2002, and is regaining his WC02 form. Gerald Asamoah is very fast, strong, and works his butt off. Plus he has pretty solid skills. Plus Kuranyi has been in good form, and Benjamin Lauth will probably start scoring once he's healthy. Then there's the 18 yr-old phenom Lukas Poldolski. This is all reason for optimism for the big improvement of Germany's anemic attack.