The ranking of European top scorers


By: Manu Tournoux

This Monday is the twenty-first assessment of the season for the ranking of European top scorers. We find the scorers who shook the nets in Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. And once again Harry Kane comes out on top. Author of a hat-trick against Mainz (8-1), the English striker continues to take off and now has 30 goals in 25 matches.

He is now quite well ahead of Lautaro Martinez. With 23 goals in 25 matches, the Argentine striker nevertheless remains very decisive. Against Bologna this Saturday (1-0), however, he remained silent and found himself second. The podium is completed by Luuk de Jong. The Dutch striker from PSV Eindhoven has 22 goals in 25 matches with the Dutch team. However, he did not score on Friday in his team’s 1-0 victory against Go Ahead Eagles.

Viktor Gyökeres makes his appearance

This is a little better than Vangelis Pavlidis who has similar statistics. The 25-year-old Greek striker nevertheless scored during his team’s big success against Excelsior (4-0). Fifth, Kevin Denkey follows with 22 goals in 27 matches. The Togolese was unable to find the net against Charleroi (0-0). Different fortune for Serhou Guirassy. Sixth in this ranking, the Guinean now has 21 goals in 19 matches following his achievement with Stuttgart against Union Berlin (2-0).

Seventh, Kylian Mbappé follows just behind with 21 goals in 23 matches. Substitute against Reims (2-2), the French striker was unable to find the fault when he came on and went down in the rankings. He is ahead of Santiago Giménez who has scored as many goals. The Mexican striker from Feyenoord scored again against Heracles (3-0) yesterday. Ninth, Lawrence Shankland did not play this weekend in the league and remains stuck at 20 goals in 29 matches. Finally, Viktor Gyökeres follows and arrives in tenth position with 19 goals in 23 matches following his new goal against Arouca (3-0).

Just behind, we find Simon Banza (Braga), Edin Dzeko (Fenerbahçe) and Erling Haaland (Manchester City) with 18 goals. Loïs Openda (RB Leipzig) and Mohamed Amoura (Union-Saint-Gilloise) follow with 17 goals. Igor Thiago (Club Bruges), Brian Brobbey (Ajax Amsterdam), Rafa Mujica (Arouca), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) and Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid) scored 16 goals while Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Anders Dreyer (Anderlecht) , Mauro Icardi (Galatasaray), Rey Manaj (Sivasspor), Mateo Cassierra (Zenit), Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus), Ayoub El Kaabi (Olympiakos), Borja Mayoral (Getafe), Loren Moron (Aris Salonika) and Mame Baba Thiam (Kayserispor and Pendikspor) follow with 15 goals.

The ranking of the top European scorers

  1. Harry Kane (30 years old/Bayern Munich/England) – 30 goals in 25 matches (2221 minutes played)
  2. Lautaro Martinez (26 years old/Inter Milan/Argentina) – 23 goals in 25 matches (2035 minutes played)
  3. Luuk de Jong (33 years old/PSV Eindhoven/Netherlands) – 22 goals in 25 matches (1988 minutes played)
  4. Vangelis Pavlidis (25 years old/AZ Alkmaar/Greece) – 22 goals in 25 matches (2203 minutes played)
  5. Kevin Denkey (23 years old/Cercle Bruges/Togo) – 22 goals in 27 matches (2407 minutes played)
  6. Serhou Guirassy (27 years old/Stuttgart/Guinea) – 21 goals in 19 matches (1416 minutes played)
  7. Kylian Mbappé (25 years old/Paris Saint-Germain/France) – 21 goals in 23 matches (1756 minutes played)
  8. Santiago Giménez (22 years old/Feyenoord/Mexico) – 21 goals in 24 matches (1970 minutes played)
  9. Lawrence Shankland (28 years old/Hearts of Midlothian/Scotland) – 20 goals in 29 matches (2599 minutes played)
  10. Viktor Gyökeres (25 years old/Sporting CP/) – 19 goals in 23 matches (2060 minutes played)

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