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Third Edition – Europe’s Top Five leagues – Gold List Ranking for the 2020/21 season.

 

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GOLD LIST
RANKINGS

 

 

UEFA ranks these as the best 5 domestic leagues in Europe.

La Liga (Spain)
Premier League (England)
Serie A (Italy)
Bundesliga (Germany)
Ligue 1 (France)


The MGSVfutbol Gold List ranks the 98 football clubs that are currently in Europe’s top five domestic leagues using match results and how they come about those results.

The value from titles won through the season are added to the final GOLD LIST ranking at the end of the domestic season.

These titles are the …

International Cup titles
Continental Cup titles
Domestic league titles
Domestic Cup title.

 

The calculations for the value of each cup title are done with the ranking position and ranking points of the opposing teams in the final stages of the tournament.







 

RECLAIMING THEIR TITLE

Manchester City (English Premier League)

Top of the English Premier League on 71 points; picking up 2.37 points per game on average.
After 30 matches played, Manchester City have won 73.3% of their league games, dropping 19 points in total.
They’ve suffered 3 defeats (all shocking). Scored 64 goals, while allowing in 21.

Manchester City has the most wins amongst the teams in Europe T-5 leagues, and the second in percentage of wins.

After losing their crown to Liverpool in the 19/20 season, Manchester City are doing everything right this year to reclaim the crown. They are currently 14 points clear in the lead with eight games left for them to pick up the title.

 

 



DEFENDING THE TITLE

 

Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga)

Bayern are attempting to reclaim their title as Bundesliga champions at a rate for 2.35 points per game.
61 points accumulated after 26 games; 19 wins and 4 draws.
Bayern Munich have scored 78 goals so far. Triple digit goals might just be possible.

Bayern has the most goals scored and have the highest goal to game ratio amongst the clubs in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

UNLESS THE FOOTBALL GODS WANT US TO HAVE ANOTHER HEADLINE, BAYERN MUNICH’S PATH TO ANOTHER BUNDESLIGA TITLE IS CLEAR with a win against RB Leipzig in the next round.

There are 8 rounds of the season left for any team to stop Bayern Munich from a 9th successive season as the German Bundesliga champions.

 

Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1)

With 8 rounds left to go, Paris St. Germain have lost 23.33% of their games played in the French Ligue 1. This is quite high for what they’ve treated us to in recent years.
Paris St. Germain just got back to the lead in the French Ligue 1 title race.
They’ve not been as sharp in the domestic race this season as in recent seasons but Paris St. Germain are looking to keep their spot in the final laps of the title race.
63 points from 30 games.

Paris St. Germain are second on the list of teams with the most wins amongst the clubs In Europe’s top 5 leagues.

PARIS ST. GERMAIN ARE ON TRACK FOR A RECORD EQUALLING 10TH FRENCH LIGUE 1 TITLE.

The chasing pack (Lille, Lyon, and Monaco) are making the title race a stiff contest but Paris St. Germain has more than enough in their squad to secure the French Ligue 1 title for the 4th straight year. To calm down nerves in the final weeks of the season, Paris St. Germain will need to create a gap in points accumulated with a win against Lille in the next fixture. 


 


BREAKING A STREAK

 

Inter Milan (Italian Serie A)

A game in hand and on top of the Serie A standings.
Inter Milan have scored as many goals as points accumulated after 27 games played – 65
They are picking up 2.41 points per game so far. And they need to keep that pace steady to dethrone Juventus.

Inter Milan have the most points per game, highest on the list won win rates, and second on the list of ‘most wins’ among the clubs in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

INTER MILAN ARE ON TRACK TO SNAP JUVENTUS TITLE WINNING STREAK.
Juventus have been the champions in the last 9 seasons.
2010 was the last time Inter Milan were league champions. They won a treble that year.
They have the opportunity and (on paper) the strength to go on and get the job done after 11 seasons of trying.


 

 


KEEPING THE TITLE IN THE CITY

 

Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga)

An average of 2.36 points per match played in the Spanish La Liga this season.
Scoring an average of 1.82 goals per game, while conceding at a rate of 0. 64 goals
After 28 matches played, Atletico Madrid have 66 points from winning 71.43% of games played.

Atletico Madrid have conceded the fewest goals and have the fewest defeats amongst the teams in Europe T-5 leagues.
They are also second on the list of teams with most wins.

The league title is currently with Real Madrid.
With 10 rounds left to be played, Atletico Madrid are looking to drag it from their neighbors.







THE COMPLETE GOLD LIST RANKINGS

 

 

 

 

 

 

RANKING ROUND POINTS


 

 

Bayern Munich definitely wanted to keep their position.
Lille won’t mind keeping theirs.
Sheffield United and Dijon would’ve been happy with a progressive change.

 

THESE CLUBS KEPT THEIR IN THEIR POSITION FROM THE PREVIOUS GOLD LIST RANKING.  

Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) 
Lille (French Ligue 1)
Stuttgart (German Bundesliga)
Fiorentina (Italian Serie A)
Lorient (French Ligue 1)
Dijon (French Ligue 1)
Sheffield United (English Premier League)


A German Bundesliga team is at the very top and the very bottom of the new Gold List rankings.
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) kept their position at the top spot, while Schalke (German Bundesliga) dropped 4 positions to fall to the bottom of the rankings.

After coming out at the bottom of the previous ranking, Burnley moved up 22 positions to leave the space for Schalke; who dropped 4 positions.

The biggest positional move forward and backwards were by an English Premier League team.
Manchester United moved 40 positions up (from 57th to 8th, while Southampton moved 47 positions down (from 16th to 63rd).



 


Highest Point-per-Game : Inter Milan (Italian Serie A)
Lowest Point-per-Game : Schalke (German Bundesliga)

Most Wins : Manchester City (English Premier League)
Least Wins : Schalke (German Bundesliga)

Highest Win Rate : Inter Milan (Italian Serie A)
Lowest Win Rate : Schalke (German Bundesliga)

Highest Draw Rate : Villarreal (Spanish La Liga)
Lowest Draw Rate : Sheffield United (Spanish La Liga)

Most Defeats : Sheffield United (English Premier League)
Least Defeats : Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) Atletico Madrid (Spanish La Liga)

Most Goals Scored : Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga)
Least Goals Scored : Schalke (German Bundesliga) Sheffield United (English Premier League)

Highest Goal-per-Game : Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga)
Lowest Goal-per-Game : Sheffield United (English Premier League)

Most Goals Conceded : Crotone (Italian Serie A)
Least Goals Conceded : Atletico Madrid (Spanish La Liga)

Highest average Goal Conceded per game : Schalke (German Bundesliga)
Lowest average Goal Conceded per game : Lille (French Ligue 1)



 



PROGRESSION 

Some noticeable gains in the ranking since the release of the second edition of the 2020/21.
Manchester City (English Premier League) moved up 44 positions to earn Bronze on the ranking. From 47th in the last edition to 3rd.

City was not the only club from Manchester to make major moves. Manchester United (English Premier League) moved up a whopping 49 positions (the biggest leap forward in the rankings). Manchester United are 8th after coming in 57th in the previous edition of the ranking.
City was not the only club from Manchester to make major moves. Manchester United moved up a whopping 49 positions (the biggest leap forward in the rankings). Mancheser United are 8th after coming in 57th in the previous edition of the ranking.

Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) made the second biggest leap (47). From 67th to 20th.

Eintracht Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) moved up 37 positions. From 55th to 18th, Freiburg (German Bundesliga) moved up 38 positions from 78th to 40th.
Levante (Spanish La Liga) moved up from 83rd to 52nd (31 positions better), while Celta Vigo made the jump from 85th to 55th.

Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) moved up 26 positions; from 28th to 2nd.

Barcelona moved up a 27 position to 6th after coming out 33rd in the previous ranking.

Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga mad2 a leap up 26 position; from 42nd to 16th.
So did West Ham (English Premier League); from 49th to 23rd.

Udinese moved up to 61st from 90th; 29 spots up.

Athletic Club moved up 25 positions; from 73rd to 48th
Burnley moved up 22 positions from last placed 98th to 76th.

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEST CLIMBERS

Manchester United (English Premier League) – 49 positions up
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 47 positions up
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 44 positions up

Freiburg (German Bundesliga) – 38 positions up
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 37 positions up
Levante (Spanish La Liga) – 31 positions up
Celta Vigo (Spanish La Liga) – 30 positions up

Udinese (Italian Serie A) – 29 positions up
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 27 positions up
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 26 positions up
Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga) – 26 positions up
West Ham United (English Premier League) – 26 positions up
Athletic Club (Spanish La Liga) – 25 positions up
Burnley (English Premier League) – 22 positions up

Strasbourg (French Ligue 1) – 18 positions up
Genoa (Italian Serie A) – 17 positions up
Lazio (Italian Serie A) – 16 positions up
Bologna (Italian Serie A) – 16 positions up
Lens (French Ligue 1) – 15 positions up
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 14 positions up
Hoffenheim (German Bundesliga) – 14 positions up
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 13 positions up
Leeds United (English Premier League) – 13 positions up
Arsenal (English Premier League) – 12 positions up
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 10 positions up
Mainz (German Bundesliga) – 10 positions up





 

 



POINTS PER GAME

Inter Milan 2.41 points per game is the highest rate of point picking among the teams in the T-5 leagues.
Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, and Bayern Munich are not too far off. It’s fitting that all four teams are also the leaders in the current standings of their respective leagues.

Paris St. Germain at 2.10 ppg is the lowest rate among the teams that are currently on top of their domestic league standings.

Barcelona’s 2.21 ppg is the highest for a team that isn’t top of their domestic league standings.

 

 



Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.41
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 2.37
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 2.36
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 2.35
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 2.21
RB Leipzig (German Bundesliga) – 2.19
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 2.14
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.11
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 2.10
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 2.10
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 2.04
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 2.00






THE CLUBS WITH THE MOST WINS


Manchester City (English Premier League) – 22
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 20
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 20
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 20
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 19
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 19
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 18
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 18
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 18
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 18





THE CLUBS WITH THE HIGHEST WIN RATE

Inter Milan has the highest winning rate among 98 teams in Europe’s top 5 leagues.
Barcelona took the 5th place in the ranking, bumping Paris St. Germain down to deny the list from having a top five made of domestic league leaders.


Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 74.07%
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 73.33%
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 73.08%
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 71.43%
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 67.86%
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 66.67%
RB Leipzig (German Bundesliga) – 65.38%
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 64.29%
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 64.29%
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 62.96%
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 60.71%
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 60.00%
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 60.00%




CLUBS WITH THE HIGHEST DRAW RATE


Villarreal (Spanish La Liga) – 46.43%
Nantes (French Ligue 1) – 43.33%
Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) – 42.86%
Huesca (Spanish La Liga) – 42.86%
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 42.31%
Union Berlin (German Bundesliga) – 42.31%
Torino (Italian Serie A) – 40.74%




THE CLUBS TO HAVE SUFFERED THE MOST DEFEAT

Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 23
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 21
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 19
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 18
West Brom (English Premier League) – 17
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 17
Cagliari (Italian Serie A) – 16
Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) – 16
Newcastle United (English Premier League) – 15
Alavés (Spanish La Liga) – 15
Brest (French Ligue 1) – 15
Strasbourg (French Ligue 1) – 15
Lorient (French Ligue 1) – 15
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 15



 

 


THE CLUBS WITH THE HIGHEST LOSING RATE


Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 79.31%
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 75.00%
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 69.23%
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 63.33%
Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) – 61.54%
West Brom (English Premier League) – 58.62%
Cagliari (Italian Serie A) – 57.14%
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 56.67%
Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga) – 53.85%
Mainz (German Bundesliga) – 53.85%
Alavés (Spanish La Liga) – 53.57%
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 53.57%
Newcastle United (English Premier League) – 51.72%
Brest (French Ligue 1) – 50.00%
Strasbourg (French Ligue 1) – 50.00%
Lorient (French Ligue 1) – 50.00%
Augsburg (German Bundesliga) – 50.00%
FC Köln (German Bundesliga) – 50.00%




CLUBS LEADING THE SCORING LIST – MOST GOALS


Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 78
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 67
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 67
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 65
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 65
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 64
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 60



 



CLUBS PICKING UP THE MOST GOAL PER GAME

An average of 3 goals per game is what is keeping Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga standings and at the top of the rest of the clubs in Europe’s top 5 leagues when ranking teams by the average goals per game. Bayern are more than half a goal ahead of the next team on the list.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise when you look at the rate Robert Lewandowski is scoring goals.


Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 3.00
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.41
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 2.39
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 2.32
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 2.23
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 2.15
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 2.13
Borussia Dortmund (German Bundesliga) – 2.08
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 2.04
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 2.00
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 2.00

 


CLUBS WITH THE MOST GOALS CONCEDED

Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 70
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 69
West Brom (English Premier League) – 57
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 56
Lorient (French Ligue 1) – 54
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 54
Brest (French Ligue 1) – 53
Benevento (Italian Serie A) – 52
Southampton (English Premier League) – 51
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 51
Spezia (Italian Serie A) – 51
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 50
Torino (Italian Serie A) – 50

 



CONCEDED GOALS AT THE HIGHEST AVERGAGE 

Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 2.65
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 2.50
West Brom (English Premier League) – 1.97
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 1.93






 

 

 




REGRESSION – THE CLUBS THAT DROPPED IN RANKED POSITION

Biggest drop in position was Southampton (English Premier League); from 16th to 63rd – a 47 drop in position.

Cadiz (Spanish La Liga) follows after dropping 43 positions from 36th to 79th.

Cagliari (Italian Serie A) dropping 40 positions to 45th completed the list of teams that dropped 40+ spots in ranking.

Sassuolo (Italian Serie A) dropped 30 points from 7th to 37th.


 



THE BIG DROPPERS

 

Southampton (English Premier League) – 47 positions down
Cádiz (Spanish La Liga) – 43 positions down
Cagliari (Italian Serie A) – 40 positions down
Sassuolo (Italian Serie A) – 30 positions down
Elche (Spanish La Liga) – 27 positions down
Rennes (French Ligue 1) – 25 positions down
Villarreal (Spanish La Liga) – 24 positions down
Real Sociedad (Spanish La Liga) – 23 positions down
Newcastle United (English Premier League) – 21 positions down
Aston Villa (English Premier League) – 21 positions down
Crystal Palace (English Premier League) – 21 positions down
Tottenham (English Premier League) – 21 positions down
Nantes (French Ligue 1) – 20 positions down
Getafe (Spanish La Liga) – 19 positions down
Nice (French Ligue 1) – 18 positions down
Valencia (Spanish La Liga) – 18 positions down
Liverpool (English Premier League) – 18 positions down
Angers (French Ligue 1) – 17 positions down
Wolves (English Premier League) – 17 positions down
Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga) – 16 positions down
Granada (Spanish La Liga) – 15 positions down
Augsburg (German Bundesliga) – 15 positions down
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 14 positions down
Alavés (Spanish La Liga) – 14 positions down
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 11 positions down
Union Berlin (German Bundesliga) – 11 positions down
Marseille (French Ligue 1) – 11 positions down
Werder Bremen (German Bundesliga) – 10 positions down
Bayer Leverkusen (German Bundesliga) – 10 positions down
Leicester City (English Premier League) – 10 positions down


 



IT’S ONLY FAIR THAT SCHALKE GETS RELEGATED

 

It will be unfair to football for Schalke to stay up in the top flight of German football league when you consider the results they’re racked up since the middle of last season.

Schalke in their last 42 matches in the German Bundesliga.

1 - win
13 - draws
28 - defeats.


They deservingly sit at the bottom of the rankings after coming in bottom in many key areas. – Fewest wins, fewest points-per-game, fewest goals scored while being top of the list when it comes to the average number of goals conceded.


 

 

THE CURRENT LEAGUE STANDINGS IN THE TOP-5 LEAGUES


 

 

English PREMIER LEAGUE

Manchester City comeback to their domestic season with ambitions of winning the English Premier League title and all other titles allowed. Manchester City are alive and well in all competitions; the FA Cup, the League Cup, and the UEFA Champions League. They are in position to add to the long list of historic records they made under Pep Guardiola.
Leicester City will be the next opponent for Manchester City. A tasty clash since both clubs are technically still in the Premier League title race.
Chelsea have been unbeaten since Thomas Tuchel took over managerial duties. Chelsea’s next game is against relegation-zoned West Bromwich Albion.

Liverpool travels to London to face Arsenal.
While both teams are hitting below pre-season expectations, Liverpool have a 4 point lead in the standings on Arsenal. Earlier meeting between the two was a 3-1 win for Liverpool. Recent form of both teams makes this harder to predict than in the past meetings. The last time Arsenal won a game against Liverpool was in 2016, so Liverpool are still favorite in this fixture.

Brighton will be at Old Trafford against Manchester United.
Manchester United have scored three goals in their last 4 games against Brighton. Brighton are looking for the points to move away from the relegation battles while Manchester United are looking for the points to stay as prime title contenders against their city rival.

West Ham are away against Wolves
West Ham are touching distance from a Champions League qualifying spot. A win at Wolverhampton will help the cause. The last meeting was a 4-0 win for West Ham so a repeat of that will be ideal.

 

ROUND 30

Chelsea vs West Brom
Leicester vs Manchester City
Arsenal vs Liverpool
Manchester United vs Brighton
Wolves vs West Ham

 

 


Spanish LA LIGA

11 points separate Sevilla and Atletico Madrid in the ‘top four’ of the La Liga standings. Atletico Madrid’s lead isn’t wide enough to afford dropping points. A victory in Seville is almost a requirement for Atletico Madrid at this stage; especially when both Barcelona and Real Madrid have favorable opponents.

 

ROUND 29

Real Madrid vs Eibar
Sevilla vs Atletico Madrid
Barcelona vs Real Valladolid

 

 


French LIGUE 1

Monaco will welcome Metz
Monaco are in the title race and in the run for Champions League football. They need to keep the going with a win against Metz.

Top of the table face-off. Paris St. Germain and Lille go head-to-head to find the points that will separate them. They both sit on 63 points after 30 matches played. Paris St. Germain were 3-0 winners when they met on March 17th in the Coupe de France Round of 16 tie. They will be looking to repeat that outcome. The last league meeting between the two ended goalless. A draw in this tie won’t be the worst outcome as both sides would hate to lose this in this fixture. The incentive to win is as high as the incentive not to lose.

Lyon goes to Lens for three points.
Lyon has allowed points to slip through their fingers in recent weeks but with Paris St. Germain and Lille going at each other, it will be to Lyons advantage to pick up three points from a win at Lens.

 

ROUND 31

Monaco vs Metz
Paris St. Germain vs Lille
Lens vs Lyon

 

 

Italian SERIE A

AC Milan takes on Sampdoria at the San Siro.
Sandwich between two teams that have a game in hand, AC Milan can’t afford dropping points against Sampdoria.

Turin Derby – Torino host Juventus
Juventus next game will be the Turin derby. They will visit a struggling Torino side to look for a win to make up for their shock defeat against Benevento in the last round.

 

Inter Milan visits Bologna.
Inter Milan will want to give the advantage they have of having a game in hand. They are going to Bologna to look for a win that will keep or extend their lead in the Serie A title race.

 

ROUND 29

AC Milan vs Sampdoria
Napoli vs Crotone
Torino vs Juventus
Bologna vs Inter Milan

 

 

German BUNDESLIGA

Frankfurt are at Dortmund
Dortmund can’t afford a defeat that will put them 7 points away from the ‘Top 4’. Dortmund can cut the gap between them and a Champions League qualifying spot to a single point if they can pick up a win at home against Frankfurt. On the other end, Frankfurt can do the reverse and possibly pull a point away from the top 3.

Wolfsburg will host FC Koln.
Regardless of the outcome, Wolfsburg will keep 3rd place.

Bayern are at Leipzig for a clearer path to the title.
Leipzig can ignite more excitement into the Bundesliga title race for the neutrals. RB Leipzig at home can narrow the Bundesliga title race to a single point if they grab a win against Bayern Munich. The last meeting produced 6 goals, a 3-3 draw in Munich. The last four league meetings have ended in draws.

 

ROUND 27

Dortmund vs Frankfurt
Wolfsburg vs FC Koln
RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich

 

 


TOP OF THE LIST IN THE EUROPEAN GOLDEN SHOE RACE

 

 

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich / German Bundesliga) – 35 goals
Lionel Messi (Barcelona / Spanish La Liga) – 23 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus / Italian Serie A) – 23 goals
Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund / German Bundesliga) – 21 goals
André Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt / German Bundesliga) – 21 goals
Kylian Mbappé (Paris St. Germain / French Ligue 1) – 20 goals


Luis Suárez (Atlético Madrid / Spanish La Liga) – 19 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan / Italian Serie A) – 19 goals
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg / German Bundesliga) – 17 goals
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid / Spanish La Liga) – 17 goals
Harry Kane (Tottenham / English Premier League) – 17 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool / English Premier League) – 17 goals
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal / Spanish La Liga) – 16 goals
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United / English Premier League) – 16 goals
Luis Muriel (Atalanta / Italian Serie A) – 16 goals


Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla / Spanish La Liga) – 15 goals
Zlatan Ibrahimović (AC Milan / Italian Serie A) – 15 goals
Andrej Kramarić (Hoffenheim / German Bundesliga) – 14 goals
Patrick Bamford (Leeds United / English Premier League) – 14 goals
Calvert-Lewin (Everton / English Premier League) – 14 goals
Memphis Depay (Lyon / French Ligue 1) – 14 goals
Ciro Immobile (Lazio / Italian Serie A) – 14 goals
Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan / Italian Serie A) – 14 goals
Saša Kalajdžić (Stuttgart / German Bundesliga) – 13 goals
Son Heung-min (Tottenham / English Premier League) – 13 goals
Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco / French Ligue 1) – 13 goals
Boulaye Dia (Reims / French Ligue 1) – 13 goals
Kevin Volland (Monaco / French Ligue 1) – 13 goals
Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli / Italian Serie A) – 13 goals
João Pedro (Cagliari / Italian Serie A) – 13 goals
Simy Nwankwo (Crotone / Italian Serie A) – 13 goals


Alexander Isak (Real Sociedad / Spanish La Liga) – 12 goals
İlkay Gündoğan (Manchester City / English Premier League) – 12 goals
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City / English Premier League) – 12 goals
Amine Gouiri (Nice / French Ligue 1) – 12 goals
Toko Ekambi (Lyon / French Ligue 1) – 12 goals
Dušan Vlahović (Fiorentina / Italian Serie A) – 12 goals
Lars Stindl (Borussia Mönchengladbach / German Bundesliga) – 11 goals
Silas Wamangituka (Stuttgart / German Bundesliga) – 11 goals
Roger Martí (Levante / Spanish La Liga) – 11 goals
Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal / English Premier League) – 11 goals
Ludovic Ajorque (Strasbourg / French Ligue 1) – 11 goals
Moise Kean (Paris St. Germain / French Ligue 1) – 11 goals


Max Kruse (Union Berlin / German Bundesliga) – 10 goals
Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich / German Bundesliga) – 10 goals
Luis Morales (Levante / Spanish La Liga) – 10 goals
Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad / Spanish La Liga) – 10 goals
Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa / English Premier League) – 10 goals
Callum Wilson (Newcastle United / English Premier League) – 10 goals
Andy Delort (Montpellier / French Ligue 1) – 10 goals
Tino Kadewere (Lyon / French Ligue 1) – 10 goals
Gaëtan Laborde (Montpellier / French Ligue 1) – 10 goals

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