BERLIN, May 5 (Reuters) - Schalke 04 striker Klaas-Jan
Huntelaar became the first Dutch player to be crowned Bundesliga
top scorer on Saturday after netting twice in their 3-2 win over
Werder Bremen to take his league tally to 29 goals in 34
The 28-year-old former Real Madrid forward, nicknamed "the
hunter", also scored 10 in the Europa League this season and a
total of 48 in 48 games in all competitions for Schalke.
Huntelaar, who join Schalke in 2010, scored twice in nine
minutes midway through the second half, helping Schalke finish
third and qualify for next season's Champions League.
Huntelaar, who has also played for Ajax Amsterdam and AC
Milan, finished three ahead of Bayern Munich's Mario Gomez, last
season's top scorer, who has 26.
Gomez, however, can still add to the 12 he scored in the
Champions League when Bayern take on Chelsea in the final on May
(Reporting by Karolos Grohmann, editing by Ed Osmond)
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