On March 5, Germany faced Chile in a friendly played in Stuttgart. Among the players such as Mesut Ozil, Mario Gotze, Manuel Neuer and the others, there were some new names which appeared on the call-up list. One of them was Andre Hahn.
Although Hahn has never took part in any of the young teams of Germany, performances at Augsburg helped him in revealing the quality recognised by the head coach Joachim Löw.
Back in 2011, he was just another kid seeking for his place under the sun. As well as in Robert Lewandowski's story, he represented a club from the third league. He was never given a chance at his first club Hamburg, as he played only for the reserve squad.
Later on, he has joined three clubs between 2010 and 2013 - all of them playing in the third level of German football. Impressive goalscoring skills earned Andre a move to Augsburg, where he successfully helped the club in keeping Bundesliga place and not getting them relegated.
His spot was undoubtedly ensured for the next season in which he scored six goals before the winter brake. By the current statistics, a total of 10 goals and seven assists in 27 matches just prove the midfielder's quality as he marches through all of the Bundesliga clashes.
The call-up wasn't prosperous as he hasn't made a debut, but if the recent showings continue, there will be plenty of them for sure.
We can, with certainty, declare him as one of the league's top players at the moment. Aston Villa and Schalke are already lining up their bids to secure his signature.
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