The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

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The ranking of European top scorers returns this Monday with the 18th report for the 2022/2023 season. This concerns the scorers who have raged in Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. Once again and as almost always at the start of the season, first place goes to Erling Braut Haaland, who has scored 25 goals in 21 matches. Decisive passer, the Norwegian did not score against Aston Villa (3-1) and was even replaced, following a clash with Emiliano Martinez, at halftime. However, he retains a solid advantage.

Second, Enner Valencia has not played since the earthquakes that hit Turkey. The Ecuadorian striker from Fenerbahçe nevertheless remains well placed with this second position and a remarkable record of 20 goals in 18 matches. Finally, the podium is completed by the Japanese Kyogo Furuhashi. Author of a top-flight season where he is credited with 19 goals in 23 matches, the Celtic Glasgow player did not play in the league since his team won 5-1 in the Scottish Cup against St Mirren.

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At the foot of the podium, we notice the arrival of a certain Victor Osimhen, who rolls in Serie A with Napoli. The Nigerian striker made the noise again yesterday against Cremonese in a 3-0 victory and can boast of 17 goals in 18 games. Slightly higher statistics than Harry Kane. Fifth, the Spurs striker remains on a heavy 4-1 defeat with Tottenham against Leicester where he did not score. He remains ahead of Lawrence Shankland, who won 2-0 in the Scottish Cup with Heart of Midlothian against Hamilton.

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Recruited by Southampton, Paul Onuachu has not yet scored with the Saints and stagnates in seventh position with 16 goals in 21 matches. Behind him, Folarin Balogun offers a remarkable entrance. Eighth, the young Englishman shines with the Stade de Reims where he participated in a wide 4-0 victory against Troyes which allows him to post 15 goals in 22 matches. Behind them, ninth and tenth places are held by Vladimir Pisarski and Quincy Promes who are on a winter break with Russian clubs Krylya Sovetov and Spartak Moscow.

At the gates of the top 10, we find Vincent Janssen (Antwerp), Ivan Toney (Brentford), Hugo Cuypers (La Gantoise), Alexandre Lacazette (Olympique Lyonnais), Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelona) Jonathan David (Lille), Wissam Ben Yedder ( Monaco) and Bojan Miovski (Aberdeen), who also have 14 achievements. Just behind, Kylian Mbappé (Paris Saint-Germain), Niclas Fülkkrug (Werder Bremen), Fabio Borini (Fatih Karagümrük) and Mario Gonzalez (Louvain) follow with 13 goals.

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The ranking of Europe’s top scorers

  • 1) Erling Braut Haaland (22 years old / Manchester City / Norway) – 25 goals in 21 matches (1686 minutes)

  • 2) Enner Valencia (33 years old / Fenerbahçe / Ecuador) – 20 goals in 18 matches (1249 minutes)

  • 3) Kyogo Furuhashi (28 years old / Celtic Glasgow / Japan) – 19 goals in 23 matches (1546 minutes)

  • 4) Victor Osimhen (24 years old / Napoli / Nigeria) – 17 goals in 18 matches (1500 minutes)

  • 5) Harry Kane (29 years old / Tottenham / England) – 17 goals in 23 matches (2058 minutes)

  • 6) Lawrence Shankland (27 years old / Heart of Midlothian / Scotland) – 17 goals in 25 matches (1971 minutes)

  • 7) Paul Onuachu (28 years old / Genk-Southampton / Nigeria) – 16 goals in 21 matches (1301 minutes)

  • 8) Folarin Balogun (21 years old / Stade de Reims / England) – 15 goals in 22 matches (1686 minutes)

  • 9) Vladimir Pisarsky (26 years old / Gazovik Orenburg-Krylya Sovetov / Russia) – 14 goals in 15 matches (1079 minutes)

  • 10) Quincy Promes (31 years old / Spartak Moscow / Netherlands) – 14 goals in 16 matches (1440 minutes)

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