The ranking of Europe’s top scorers



The ranking of European top scorers returns this Monday for the 27th report of the season. This concerns the scorers who have raged in Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. And as always this season or so, it is Robert Lewandowski who sits in the lead. Admittedly defeated 3-1 by Mainz with Bayern Munich, the Pole scored a new goal. He boasts an incredible tally of 34 goals in 32 appearances and continues to keep the distance with the competition.

In second place, we find the Italian Ciro Immobile who goes up slowly. Author of a goal from the penalty spot in the victory against Spezia (4-3), he brings his statistics to a solid total of 27 goals in 30 matches. This pretty podium is completed by Darwin Núñez. Confirming with Benfica this season, the Uruguayan still made the powder talk against Maritimo (1-0) and now has 26 goals in 27 Liga Bwin matches.

The arrival of Jordan Siebatcheu

At the foot of the podium, we find a Frenchman since Karim Benzema remains blocked with 26 goals in 30 matches. Spanish champion with Real Madrid and scorer against Espanyol de Barcelona (4-0), he continues his very good season. Nice surprise of the year, Deniz Undav ranks fifth with 25 goals in 35 matches. The German striker remained silent yesterday against Antwerp (0-0). In sixth position, we find a second Frenchman with Kylian Mbappé. In brilliant form at the end of the season, the native of Bondy added a brace against Strasbourg (3-3) to now have 24 goals in 32 matches.

Close behind is Dušan Vlahovic in seventh place with 23 goals in 33 matches. The Serbian striker, however, remained silent against Venice (2-1). Author of a victorious penalty against Sion, Jordan Siebatcheu continues his excellent season with his 22 goals in 31 matches. It’s a little better than Mohamed Salah who comes ninth and did not score against Newcastle (1-0 victory). Finally, Michael Frey who did not score against Union Saint-Gilloise (0-0) remains stuck at 22 goals in 35 matches and takes tenth place.

Just behind, the fight is intense with Patrik Schick (Bayer Leverkusen), Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Martin Terrier (Stade Rennais) and Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco) in ambush with 21 goals. Behind, Sébastien Haller (Ajax Amsterdam) and Mehdi Taremi (FC Porto) have 20 goals while Paul Onuachu (Genk), Anthony Modeste (Cologne), Tarik Tissadouli (La Gantoise) and Heung-min Son (Tottenham) fail a little more away with 19 goals. Assan Ceesay (Zurich), Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) and Gamid Agalarov (Ufa) are a little further with 18 goals.

The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

1) Robert Lewandowski (33 years old / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 34 goals in 32 matches (2772 minutes)

2) Ciro Immobile (32 years old / Lazio / Italy) – 27 goals in 30 matches (2626 minutes)

3) Darwin Núñez (22 years old / Benfica / Uruguay) – 26 goals in 27 matches (1941 minutes)

4) Karim Benzema (34 years old / Real Madrid / France) – 26 goals in 30 matches (2438 minutes)

5) Deniz Undav (25 years old / Union Saint-Gilloise / Germany) – 25 goals in 35 matches (3076 minutes)

6) Kylian Mbappé (23 years old / Paris Saint-Germain / France) – 24 goals in 32 matches (2762 minutes)

7) Dušan Vlahovic (22 years old / Fiorentina then Juventus / Serbia) – 23 goals in 33 matches (2790 minutes)

8) Jordan Siebatcheu (26 years old / Young Boys / United States) – 22 goals in 31 matches (2277 minutes)

9) Mohamed Salah (29 years old / Liverpool / Egypt) – 22 goals in 32 matches (2623 minutes)

10) Michael Frey (27 years old / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 22 goals in 35 matches (2664 minutes)

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