The ranking of Europe’s top scorers


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The ranking of top European scorers returns this Monday for the 24th 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 often, we find Robert Lewandowski in the lead. The Polish striker with 32 goals in 29 matches scored the winning goal for Bayern Munich against Augsburg (1-0) and retains a big lead over the competition.

Just behind, we find Deniz Undav with 25 goals in 33 matches. The German striker from Union Saint-Gilloise remained silent against Beerschot this weekend (0-0). The gap with Robert Lewandowski remains important, while Darwin Núñez makes his entry on the podium. The Uruguayan equalizes Karim Benzema with a hat-trick in Benfica’s 3-1 win over Belenenses this weekend. A very good performance of 24 goals in 24 matches. Silent during the Madrid victory against Getafe, KB9 returns to the foot of the podium and keeps an excellent record of 24 goals in 27 matches.

Darwin Núñez replaces himself

Behind, we find Ciro Immobile. The Italian striker scored a nice hat-trick on the lawn of Genoa (4-1), allowing him to move up to fifth place with the same ratio of Karim Benzema. Lower in this table and still in Serie A, Dušan Vlahovic allowed Juve to finally win a match on the lawn of Cagliari. An additional achievement which brings his total to 22 goals in 30 matches. It’s better than the Swiss Michael Frey (22 goals in 33 matches), who conceded a draw against Cercle Bruges, with Antwerp, without being able to score, despite a decisive pass delivered (1-1).

Back from injury after a long absence, Patrik Schick has yet to find the net in Bochum and remains stuck at 20 goals in 22 matches. Further down, Sébastien Haller did not score with Ajax Amsterdam against Sparta Rotterdam (2-1) and has 20 goals in 26 matches. And to complete this ranking, we find Kylian Mbappé. Author of a completely crazy end to the season, the French international scored a new hat-trick during the big Parisian victory at Clermont (6-1). The 23-year-old striker is catching up with his delay from the start of the season and has scored 20 goals in 28 matchdays.

The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

1) Robert Lewandowski (33 years old / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 32 goals in 29 matches (2503 minutes)

2) Deniz Undav (25 years old / Union Saint-Gilloise / Germany) – 25 goals in 33 matches (2896 minutes)

3) Darwin Núñez (22 years old / Benfica / Uruguay) – 24 goals in 24 matches (1671 minutes)

4) Karim Benzema (34 years old / Real Madrid / France) – 24 goals in 27 matches (2228 minutes)

5) Ciro Immobile (32 years old / Lazio / Italy) – 24 goals in 27 matches (2356 minutes)

6) Dušan Vlahovic (22 years old / Fiorentina then Juventus / Serbia) – 22 goals in 30 matches (2585 minutes)

7) Michael Frey (27 years old / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 22 goals in 33 matches (2523 minutes)

8) Patrik Schick (26 years old / Bayer Leverkusen / Czechia) – 20 goals in 22 matches (1671 minutes)

9) Sébastien Haller (27 years old / Ajax Amsterdam / Ivory Coast) – 20 goals in 26 matches (2204 minutes)

10) Kylian Mbappé (23 years old / PSG / France) – 20 goals in 28 matches (2402 minutes)


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