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The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

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The ranking of top European scorers returns on Monday for the twelfth 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. Once again, we find Robert Lewandowski in the lead. Author of a double against VfB Stuttgart (5-0) then a new achievement against VfL Wolfsburg (4-0), the Polish striker increased his record to 19 goals in 17 Bundesliga matches. Impressive figures for the Bayern Munich striker who flirts with the bar of 20 achievements.

Just behind, we remain in the German championship with another in-form striker. Author of eight goals in his last four matches including a double on Wednesday against Hoffenheim (2-2), Patrik Schick now has a total of 16 goals in 14 matches. Yesterday, however, he remained silent against Freiburg in the defeat of Bayer Leverkusen (2-1). Finally, the podium is completed by the Serbian Dušan Vlahovic. Essential this season, the Fiorentina striker found the net again against Sassuolo yesterday (2-2). Here he is now with 16 goals in 18 matches.

Erling Braut Haaland returns to the top 10

It’s a little better than Deniz Undav who comes fourth. The German striker from Union Saint-Gilloise has been marking time lately with three games in a row without scoring, he has 16 goals in 20 games. Fifth, Mohamed Salah maintained a good pace. Silent against Tottenham yesterday (2-2), the Egyptian had scored Thursday in the 3-1 victory against Newcastle. He has 15 goals in 18 matches. Just behind, former Lille Michael Frey is marking time. If he is sixth with 15 goals in 20 matches, the Antwerp striker has chained a fourth game in a row without scoring in the draw against Genk (1-1).

German phenom Karim Adeyemi is currently on a winter break until February with Red Bull Salzburg. If he has 14 goals in 17 matches, he should logically drop out of the standings in the coming weeks. Same scenario for Artem Dovbyk who is currently eighth. The Ukrainian Dnipro-1 striker has an identical record and is beginning to live a long truce. Ninth-placed Arthur Cabral won’t live as long to play, but he hasn’t scored in four games. Against Grahsshoppers (2-2), he remained silent again and has 14 goals in 18 matches.

Finally, the top 10 is completed by Erling Braut Haaland. Borussia Dortmund’s Norwegian striker continues to impress with 13 goals in 11 appearances. Despite a long unavailability, he scored twice against Greuther Fürth (3-0) which allows him to find the top 10. On the other hand, he disappointed on Saturday by not finding the fault during the 3-2 defeat against Hertha Berlin. Also endowed with 13 achievements, Darwin Nunez (Benfica), Shamar Nicholson (Charleroi), Ciro Immobile (Lazio), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) and Gamid Agalarov (Ufa) narrowly fail to integrate this top 10. It’s a bit better than Giovanni Simeone (Hellas), Jelle Vossen (Zulte Waregem), Paul Onuachu (Genk) and Luis Diaz (Porto) who have 12 goals.

The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

1) Robert Lewandowski (33 years old / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 19 goals in 17 matches (1451 minutes)

2) Patrick Schick (25 years old / Bayer Leverkusen / Czechia) – 16 goals in 14 matches (1099 minutes)

3) Dusan Vlahovic (21 years old / Fiorentina / Serbia) – 16 goals in 18 matches (1608 minutes)

4) Deniz Undav (25 years old / Union Saint-Gilloise / Germany) – 16 goals in 20 matches (1744 minutes)

5) Mohammad Salah (29 years old / Liverpool / Egypt) – 15 goals in 18 matches (1604 minutes)

6) Michael Frey (27 years old / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 15 goals in 20 matches (1538 minutes)

7) Karim Adeyemi (19 years old / Salzburg / Germany) – 14 goals in 17 matches (1197 minutes)

8) Artem Dovbyk (24 years old / Dnipro-1 / Ukraine) – 14 goals in 17 matches (1509 minutes)

9) Arthur Cabral (23 years old / FC Basel / Brazil) – 14 goals in 18 matches (1482 minutes)

10) Erling Braut Haaland (21 years old / Borussia Dortmund / Norway) – 13 goals in 11 matches (902 minutes)

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