As quoted, extremely rare in English.
These are common:
'fingerpointing' (n.) "There's a lot of finger pointing going on", or
impersonal subject, as in news headlines, 'Finger Points To Iran After Attack...', or simple non-idiomatic usage, e.g. 'the chief repeats as his finger points to name after name..'
But 'finger points' as an inflected verb of 'to finger point' with a prounoun subject (e.g., 'Everyone finger points...', 'She finger points...') is extremely rare in English (< 20 examples on web, of which 6 on BBC).
Given that it has occurred, and you need to translate it into German, 'aufgezeigt' in my opinion is not right. 'Finger points X' doesn't mean just pointing out something, rather it's nearly synonymous with 'to blame [someone or something specifically]'.
For example, it would be quite incorrect to say,
. *the algebra teacher finger points example three on the blackboard
because there is no blame here. (You could say the teacher pointed to example 3, or pointed out that example 3 was next, depending on what was meant.)