Last point of the season on the performances of the best scorers in Europe. As in 2021, Robert Lewandowski dominates this ranking ahead of a Frenchman and Ciro Immobile.
End clap for this fourteenth season of the ranking of European top scorers. This Monday we therefore draw up the 30th and last 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. Like last season and as often this season, Robert Lewandowski finished in the lead. The Polish striker from Bayern Munich has been exceptionally consistent and places a seven-goal lead between him and his closest pursuer. Winner in 2021, he is again in 2022.
Just behind him, Kylian Mbappé offers a crazy comeback following a 5-0 victory against FC Metz where he scored a hat-trick. With 28 goals in 35 matches, the native of Bondy finds himself well placed again and can legitimately aim for first place in the coming seasons. He is slightly ahead of a regular who is Ciro Immobile. Injured in the last two matches, the winner of the 2020 edition remains well placed with a third position which gives him the podium. The Lazio player has scored 27 goals in 31 appearances this season.
Nice comeback from Wissam Ben Yedder
Slightly lowered in the standings following his match without scoring against Real Betis Balompié (0-0), Karim Benzema fails at the foot of the podium. His exercise nevertheless remains high-flying with 27 goals in 32 matches. Close behind, Darwin Núñez who caused a sensation with Benfica follows with 26 goals in 28 matches. He is ahead of another Ligue 1 resident, namely Wissam Ben Yedder. Decisive against Lens (2-2), the French international ended the season with 25 goals in 37 matches. He doubles the seventh Deniz Undav who remained silent during a 1-0 defeat against Antwerp with Union Saint-Gilloise.
Eighth place for Patrik Schick who was already on vacation this weekend and concludes the season with no less than 24 goals in 27 matches. A great efficiency that allows him to finish ahead of Dušan Vlahovic. The Serb who played little in Juventus’ defeat against Fiorentina (2-0) finished more painfully, but has solid statistics with 24 goals in 36 matches. Finally, Michael Frey finished tenth following his winning goal with Antwerp against Union Saint-Gilloise (1-0). At the gates of the top 10, we find the two best scorers in the Premier League, namely Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Heung-min Son (Tottenham). With 22 achievements, Erling Braut Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) and Jordan Siebatcheu (Young Boys) are also having a great season.
Just behind, the fight is intense with Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan), Sébastien Haller (Ajax Amsterdam), Paul Onuachu (Genk), Tarik Tissadouli (La Gantoise), Martin Terrier (Stade Rennais) and Moussa Dembélé (Olympique Lyonnais) in ambush with 21 goals. A little further on, we find Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig), Anthony Modeste (Cologne), Assan Ceesay (Zurich), Umut Bozok (Kasimpasa) and Mehdi Taremi (FC Porto) who have 20 goals, while Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg ), Ricardo Horta (Braga) and Gamid Agalarov (Ufa) fail a little further with 19 goals.
The ranking of Europe’s top scorers
1) Robert Lewandowski (33 years old / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 35 goals in 34 matches (2952 minutes)
2) Kylian Mbappé (23 years old / Paris Saint-Germain / France) – 28 goals in 35 matches (3032 minutes)
3) Ciro Immobile (32 years old / Lazio / Italy) – 27 goals in 31 matches (2716 minutes)
4) Karim Benzema (34 years old / Real Madrid / France) – 27 goals in 32 matches (2603 minutes)
5) Darwin Núñez (22 years old / Benfica / Uruguay) – 26 goals in 28 matches (2031 minutes)
6) Wissam Ben Yedder (31 years old / AS Monaco / France) – 25 goals in 37 matches (2542 minutes)
7) Deniz Undav (25 years old / Union Saint-Gilloise / Germany) – 25 goals in 39 matches (3435 minutes)
8) Patrik Schick (26 years old / Bayer Leverkusen / Czechia) – 24 goals in 27 matches (2096 minutes)
9) Dušan Vlahovic (22 years old / Fiorentina then Juventus / Serbia) – 24 goals in 36 matches (2940 minutes)
10) Michael Frey (27 years old / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 24 goals in 39 matches (2613 minutes)
11) Mohamed Salah (29 years old / Liverpool / Egypt) – 23 goals in 35 matches (2762 minutes)
12) Heung-min Son (29 years old / Tottenham / South Korea) – 23 goals in 35 matches (3022 minutes)
13) Erling Braut Haaland (21 years old / Borussia Dortmund / Norway) – 22 goals in 24 matches (1915 minutes)
14) Jordan Siebatcheu (26 years old / Young Boys / United States) – 22 goals in 32 matches (2311 minutes)
15) Moussa Dembélé (25 years old / Olympique Lyonnais / France) – 21 goals in 30 matches (2210 minutes)
16) Sébastien Haller (27 years old / Ajax Amsterdam / Ivory Coast) – 21 goals in 31 matches (2579 minutes)
17) Tarik Tissoudali (29 years old / La Gantoise / Morocco) – 21 goals in 34 matches (2574 minutes)
18) Lautaro Martinez (24 years old / Inter Milan / Argentina) – 21 goals in 35 matches (2298 minutes)
19) Paul Onuachu (27 years old / Genk / Nigeria) – 21 goals in 35 matches (2622 minutes)
20) Martin Terrier (25 years old / Stade Rennais / France) – 21 goals in 37 matches (2807 minutes)
Ranking of previous editions
The 2021 ranking: winner Robert Lewandowski (41 goals)
The 2020 ranking: winner Ciro Immobile (36 goals)
The 2019 ranking: winner Lionel Messi (36 goals)
The 2018 ranking: winner Jonas (34 goals)
The 2017 ranking: winner Lionel Messi (37 goals)
The 2016 ranking: winner Luis Suarez (40 goals)
The 2015 ranking: winner Cristiano Ronaldo (48 goals)
The 2014 ranking: winner Cristiano Ronaldo (31 goals)
The 2013 ranking: winner Lionel Messi (46 goals)
The 2012 ranking: winner Lionel Messi (50 goals)
The 2011 ranking: winner Cristiano Ronaldo (40 goals)
The 2010 ranking: winner Luis Suarez (35 goals)
The 2009 ranking: winner Diego Forlan (32 goals)