The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

The best strikers in Europe have again made the powder speak and the beautiful world has spoken. From Robert Lewandowski to Ciro Immobile via Patrik Schick and Erling Braut Haaland, find the new point in the ranking of top European scorers.

The ranking of top European scorers returns on Monday for the fourteenth 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. The water wets, the fire burns, Robert Lewandowski scores goals, this is becoming quite a recurrence. The Polish striker is once again at the top of this ranking after another solid performance against FC Cologne. Author of a hat-trick in a 4-0 victory, here he is now with an incredible record of 23 goals in 19 matches.

A fairly solid advantage over the competition which is relegated to five lengths. Thus, Patrik Schick comes second. The Czech striker from Bayer Leverkusen has 18 goals in 16 matches and comes out of another big performance against Borussia Mönchengladbach (2-1 victory). Author of a new achievement, he is having an XXL season. The podium is completed by Ciro Immobile. The Lazio transalpine striker comes back impressively and confirms his good form. Always on top, the Lazio striker remains on a double against Salernitana (3-0) which now allows him to score no less than 17 goals in 18 matches.

Erling Braut Haaland for the crazy comeback

Fourth, Karim Benzema follows, but hasn’t scored in La Liga this week. The French striker, who has 17 goals in 20 league matches, scored a goal in the Super Cup against FC Barcelona (3-2 after extra time) then another against Bilbao (2-0). This does not change the ranking, but his good form is maintained. Michael Frey follows just behind in fifth place with 17 goals in 21 appearances. He ended a long drought with a brace in the 3-0 victory against Charleroi. Sixth place goes to Dušan Vlahovic who plays tonight at 8:45 p.m. against Genoa. The Serbian striker will thus have the opportunity to improve his record which is currently quite high with 16 goals in 20 matches.

At the African Cup of Nations with Egypt, Mohamed Salah slipped to seventh place. Unable to improve his stats with Liverpool for a while longer, the 29-year-old winger remains stuck at 16 goals in 20 appearances. Eighth, Deniz Undav could have been higher, but the match between Union Saint-Gilloise and Seraing did not end due to fog. Scorer when the score was 2-0, so he is again blocked at 16 goals in 21 matches. Ninth place goes to Erling Braut Haaland. Against Freiburg (5-1), the Norwegian striker was strong with a new double which allows him to score 15 goals in 13 matches. Despite a big injury at the end of the fall, he is doing well by being among the best.

Finally, tenth place goes to Darwin Nunez whose new goal against Moreirense (1-1) allows him to climb narrowly to 10th place with 14 goals in 15 matches. Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg), Artem Dovbyk (Dnipro-1), and Arthur Cabral (FC Basel) follow with 14 goals as well. With 13 achievements, Luis Diaz (Porto), Shamar Nicholson (Charleroi / Spartak Moscow) and Gamid Agalarov (Ufa) narrowly fail to enter this top 10. It’s a little better than Giovanni Simeone (Hellas), Anthony Modeste (Cologne ), Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid), Dante Vanzeir (Union Saint-Gilloise), Jelle Vossen (Zulte Waregem), Aleksandar Pešić (Fatih Karagümrük), Paul Onuachu (Genk), Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco), Jonathan David (Lille) and Sébastien Haller (Ajax Amsterdam) who have 12 goals.

The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

1) Robert Lewandowski (33 years old / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 23 goals in 19 matches (1631 minutes)

2) Patrik Schick (25 years old / Bayer Leverkusen / Czechia) – 18 goals in 16 matches (1279 minutes)

3) Ciro Immobile (31 years old / Lazio / Italy) – 17 goals in 18 matches (1546 minutes)

4) Karim Benzema (34 years old / Real Madrid / France) – 17 goals in 20 matches (1652 minutes)

5) Michael Frey (27 years old / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 17 goals in 21 matches (1604 minutes)

6) Dušan Vlahovic (21 years old / Fiorentina / Serbia) – 16 goals in 20 matches (1771 minutes)

7) Mohamed Salah (29 years old / Liverpool / Egypt) – 16 goals in 20 matches (1784 minutes)

8) Deniz Undav (25 years old / Union Saint-Gilloise / Germany) – 16 goals in 21 matches (1834 minutes)

9) Erling Braut Haaland (21 years old / Borussia Dortmund / Norway) – 15 goals in 13 matches (1082 minutes)

10) Darwin Nunez (22 years old / Benfica / Uruguay) – 14 goals in 15 matches (1073 minutes)

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