Top 5 european goalscorers : Top 5 goalscorers from top 5 European leagues

Top 5 european goalscorers

Who are the Top 5 european goalscorers in Europe’s elite leagues? Europe has heavy competition in strikers and who are the Top 5 european goalscorers?

Who are the Top 5 european goalscorers in England? In Germany who are the Top 5 european goalscorers? For Spain, who are the Top 5 european goalscorers? Who are the Top 5 european goalscorers in Italy? Do you know the Top 5 european goalscorers in in France?

Check the tables below to find out who are the Who are the Top 5 european goalscorers in Europes’s top five leagues.

Premier League :Top 5 European Goalscorers

PlayerPositionTeamGoals
Tammy AbrahamSTChelsea8
Sergio AgueroSTManchester City8
Pierre-Emerick AubameyangSTArsenal7
Teemu PukkiSTNorwich City6
Raheem SterlingLWManchester City6

Young Tammy Abraham has done brilliantly well after bursting on to the big stages. He has scored 8 goals, which is the joint highest alongside Sergio Aguero. The Manchester City stalwart looks set to add another Golden Show to his collection. However, Arsenal’s Aubameyang who won it last year, can block him again. Auba is on 7 goals.

New boy Pukki has impressed brilliantly for Norwich. Sterling is having yet another stellar season for the club and is on 6 goals alongside Teemu Pukki of Norwich. Last season’s join winners Mo Salah and Sadio Mane are falling behind in the race currently.

La Liga :Top 5 European Goalscorers

PlayerPositionTeamGoals
Karim BenzemaSTReal Madrid6
Gerard MorenoSTVillareal6
Loren MoronSTReal Betis6
Luis SuarezSTBarcelona4
Dani ParejoCMValencia4

La Liga is known as one of the hardest leagues to succeed in. Karim Benzema had been in the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo at Spain in Madrid for over a decade. With Ronaldo at the club, Benzema kept playing second fiddle to the Portuguese superstar.

Now that CR7 is gone, Benzema is the main man. In 2019, he stands with Lewa and Messi as the 3 goal scorers in league football. He has started the new season well as well. Benzema has been playing in a substandard Madrid team. However, he has done well for himself.

As for the other scorers, there is Suarez and Parejo. Suarez is another stalwart who was considered to be fading away. However, he has started this season really well and is looking good. Parejo after a good season last time out, has done well to keep going again.

Serie A :Top 5 European Goalscorers

PlayerPositionTeamGoals
Ciro ImmobileSTLazio7
Duvan ZapataSTAtalanta6
Andrea BelottiSTTorino5
Domenico BerardiSTSassuolo5
Dries MertensRWNapoli4

Cristiano Ronaldo joined the league in Italy last season. He has done brilliantly since. He became the highest scorer in Italy in his debut season itself. Ronaldo had impressed everyone in Real for over a decade. He finally left for over a 100 million at the age of 33. When he joined Juve, many people were skeptical but he made it count. He was phenomenal.

However, this season, he has not yet fired much and new people are coming through. Immobile once again is up there in the mix and currently leading the race. He is followed by the dynamic Zapata. Young Italian forward Belotti is doing a world of good for himself too. He is at number three.

Many would not have put their money on Berardi but he has done so well to be in the mix. Finally there is Dries Mertens of Napoli who is on 4 goals. From Ancelotti’s free scoring side, many different scorers are in the top 10 actually.

Bundesliga :Top 5 European Goalscorers

PlayerPositionTeamGoals
Robert LewandowskiSTBayern Munich11
Paco AlcacerSTBorussia Dortmund5
Timo WernerSTRB Leipzig5
Wout WeghorstSTVfL Wolfsburg4
Gian Luca WaldschmidtLWSC Freiburg4

Is there a better pure number nine in the world than Robert Lewandowski.. It is sad he lived in the Ronaldo Messi era but his goal scoring exploits are legendary. Remember his 5 goals in 11 minutes? He more often than not always wins the golden boot.

Once again, he is on top of the scoring charts. It only takes us to see that Paco Alcacer, the second highest scorer is on 5 goals. Then there is Lewa who is on 11, double the number. Even at this age, there is no counting him out. Earlier this week he scored a hattrick for Poland.

Alcacer is following him on 5 goals but he should have more. Dortmund create infinite chances for him with that midfield and wing play. Alcacer should easily be n 7-8. Young Werner who is being scouted by Bayern is also on 5.

Ligue 1 :Top 5 European Goalscorers

PlayerPositionTeamGoals
Victor OsimhenSTLille7
Wissam Ben YedderSTMonaco6
Moussa DembeleSTLyon6
Habibou DialloSTMetz6
Dario BenedettoLWMarseille5

PSG are going to win the league again, yes we know that. However, injuries to Neymar and Mbappe mean they are not topping the scoring charts now. Then there is also Cavani who is missing games due to the arrival of Icardi. All in all it is other teams players’ who are at the top.

We have Osimhen, who is doing brilliantly to replace Pepe at Lille and is topping the charts now. Ben Yedder moved from Spain to France but his scoring has not stopped and he is second joint highest.

Moussa Dembele is third in the list after leaving Celtic least season. Diallo is another hot young prospect who is also on 6 goals.

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