The rating of Europe’s prime scorers
The rating of European prime scorers is making a comeback this Monday for the third evaluation of the 2022/2023 season. This issues the scorers who’ve raged in Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. And as soon as once more it’s Erling Braut Haaland who comes first. The Norwegian scored 10 targets in 6 matches however was unable to enhance his report this weekend within the Premier League. Having to problem Tottenham, he didn’t play following the loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II which led to a postponement of the seventh day of the Premier League.
Simply behind, we discover Neymar in second place. The Brazilian is having a full season with Paris Saint-Germain and was decisive once more within the victory in opposition to Brest this Saturday (1-0) the place he scored the one purpose of the match. He now has 8 targets in 7 matches with the Parisians. The rostrum is accomplished by Quincy Promes. The Dutch winger is in good kind at Spartak Moscow and already has 8 targets in 9 matches. Regardless of a 4-2 loss in opposition to Rostov, he scored once more yesterday. In fourth place, we discover Cody Gakpo who scored on the very finish of the match with PSV Eindhoven in opposition to Waalwijk (1-0). The left winger now finds himself at 7 targets in 6 Eredivisie matches.
Robert Lewandowski comes again robust
Fifth place goes to Kylian Mbappé who remained silent in opposition to Brest with PSG (1-0 victory), the French striker has comparable statistics to his predecessor. Ecuadorian midfielder Christian Noboa retains kind regardless of being 37 years previous. Victorious with Sochi (2-1) in opposition to Dynamo Moscow on Friday, he scored a brand new purpose which permits him to rely 7 targets in 9 video games. Nonetheless in Russia however at FK Krasnodar, Eduard Spertsyan suffered a 4-1 defeat in opposition to CSKA Moscow. Mute, he stays caught at 7 targets in 9 matches. Not enjoying this weekend, Enner Valencia doesn’t take off together with his 6 targets in 4 matches however the ratio of the Ecuadorian goalscorer is kind of spectacular and he’s a brief header forward of Robert Lewandowski.
Ninth, the Pole is making a strong begin to the season with FC Barcelona as he already has 6 targets in 5 matches. Saturday in opposition to Cadiz (4-0), he once more made the powder speak and joined the highest 10. In tenth place, exactly, it’s Liel Abada who’s up with 6 targets in 6 matches. The Israeli Celtic winger didn’t play following the loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II, which additionally stopped the Scottish championship. On the gates of the highest 10, we discover Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic), Steven Bergwijn (Ajax Amsterdam), Xavi Simons (PSV Eindhoven), Malcom (Zenit), Marko Arnautovic (Bologna), Marin Ljubičić (LASK) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) who additionally scored 6 targets.
Again: Sheraldo Becker (Union Berlin), Niclas Füllkrug (Werder Bremen), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Ivan Toney (Brentford), Florian Sotoca (Lens), Folarin Balogun (Reims), Terem Moffi (Lorient), Bojan Miovski (Aberdeen) ) Vladimir Sychevoy (Orenburg), Wendel (Zenit), Timur Suleymanov (Paris NN), Dmitry Poloz (Rostov), Jorge Medina (CSKA Moscow), Fedor Chalov (CSKA Moscow), Jorge Carrascal (CSKA Moscow), Nikolay Komlichenko (Rostov, Iago Aspas (Celta), Danilo (Feyenoord), Bas Dost (Utrecht), Simon Banza (Braga), Haji Wright (Antalyaspor), Tim Prica (WSG Tyrol), Keito Nakamura (LASK), Noah Okafor ( RB Salzburg), Cédric Itten (Younger Boys), Hugo Cuypers (La Gantoise), Vincent Janssen (Antwerp), Ferran Jutglà (Membership Bruges) and Mike Treasure (Genk) scored 5 targets.
The rating of Europe’s prime scorers
1) Erling Braut Haaland (22 years previous / Manchester Metropolis / Norway) – 10 targets in 6 matches (484 minutes)
2) Neymar (30 years previous / Paris Saint-Germain / Brazil) – 8 targets in 7 matches (532 minutes)
3) Quincy Promes (30 years previous / Spartak Moscow / Netherlands) – 8 targets in 9 matches (810 minutes)
4) Cody Gakpo (23 years previous / PSV Eindhoven / Netherlands) – 7 targets in 6 matches (409 minutes)
5) Kylian Mbappé (23 years previous / Paris Saint-Germain / France) – 7 targets in 6 matches (497 minutes)
6) Christian Noboa (37 years previous / Sochi / Ecuador) – 7 targets in 9 matches (693 minutes)
7) Eduard Spertsyan (22 years previous / FK Krasnodar / Armenia) – 7 targets in 9 matches (786 minutes)
8) Enner Valencia (32 years previous / Fenerbahçe / Ecuador) – 6 targets in 4 matches (245 minutes)
9) Robert Lewandowski (34 years previous / FC Barcelona / Poland) – 6 targets in 5 matches (377 minutes)
10) Liel Abada (20 years previous / Celtic / Israel) – 6 targets in 6 matches (278 minutes)
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