Cristiano Ronaldo for the third time !

 

 

Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid scored 4 goals in FIFA Club World Cup to reach 103 goals on continental / world club level, including a hat-trick in the final match. He raised his 2016 total to 24 international goals (13 for Portugal and 11 for Real Madrid) and won the price for a record 3rd time, after 2013 and 2014.

Argentina’s Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona scored only 1 goal in December came second with 21 goals. He is followed by Uruguay’s Edinson Cavani of Paris St. Germain and Iraq’s Hammadi Ahmad of Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya, both with 16 goals.

Ronaldo scored most international goals (national team) with 13, followed by Belgian Romelu Lukaku with 11 and Vietnamese Công Vinh Lê with 10, while Iraqi Hammadi Ahmad (Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya ) is the player with most international club goals with 16, followed by Argentinian Messi (FC Barcelona ) and Brazilian Adriano (FC Seoul) with 13 goals each.

47 players scored 8 or more goals. They are classified as follows:

• Country wise:

  • –  By continent: Europe 19, South America 13, Asia 8, Africa 5, CONCACAF andOceania 1.
  • –  By country: Argentina 5, Brazil and Spain 4, Croatia, France 3, DR Congo,Germany, Portugal and Uruguay 2

• Club wise:

  • –  By continent: Europe 27, Asia 10, South America 4, Africa 3, CONCACAF 2,Oceania 1
  • –  By country: Italy 5, Brazil, DR Congo, South Korea 2
  • –  By club: Juventus, TP Mazembe 2

Ranking 2016 

1 – Cristiano Ronaldo   (Portugal – 13 goals ) +  (Real Madrid – 11 goals)                  24 goals
2 – Lionel Messi   (Argentina – 8 goals) +  ( FC Barcelona – 13 goals)                         21 goals
3 – Edinson Cavani  (Uruguay – 9 goals ) + ( Paris SG – 7 goals)                                 16 goals
4 – Hammadi Ahmad   (Iraq – 0 goal) + ( Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya – 16 goals)                    16 goals
5 – Robert Lewandowski  (Poland – 8 goals) +  (FC Bayern München – 7 goals)      15 goals
6 – Antoine Griezmann  (France – 8 goals ) + ( Atletico de Madrid – 6 goals)           14 goals
7 – Carlos Adriano de Souza Cruz (Brazil – 0 goal) +   (FC Seoul – 13 goals)             13 goals
8 – Gabriel Fernando de Jesus (Brazil – 8 goals ) + (Palmeiras – 4 goals)                  12 goals
9 – Jonathan Bolingi  (DR Congo – 6 goals) + (TP Mazembe – 6 goals)                      12 goals
10-Aritz Aduriz (Spain – 2 goals) + (Athletic Bilbao – 10 goals)                                   12 goals
11-Romelu Lukaku  (Belgium – 11 goals) + (FC Everton – 0 goal)                               11 goals
12-Công Vinh Lê  (Vietnam – 10 goals) + (BinhDuong FC – 1 goal)                            11 goals
13 – Neymar da Silva  (Brazil – 8 goals) + (FC Barcelona – 3 goals)                            11 goals
14-Kevin Gameiro  (France – 2 goals) + (Sevilla/Atletico Madrid – 9 goals)               11 goals
15-Miguel Angel Borja (Colombia – 0 goal) + (Atletico  Medellin – 11 goals)            11 goals
16-Mario Mandzukic (Croatia – 9 goals) + (Juventus – 1 goal)                                    10 goals
17-Olivier Giroud (France – 8 goals) + (Arsenal FC – 2 goals)                                     10 goals
17-Sardar Azmoun  (Iran – 8 goals) + (FK Rostov – 2 goals)                                        10 goals
19-Thomas Muller  (Germany – 5 goals) + (FC Bayern München – 5 goals)              10 goals
20-Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon-2 goals) + (B.Dortmund – 8 goals)            10 goals

 

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