The November list is topped by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, both with 20 goals, with Ronaldo coming first by international goals. In November World Cup Qualifiers Ronaldo scored 2 goals and Messi 1, while Messi added 3 to his UEFA Champions League balance and became the first player in history to reach 100 goals in international club football (5 in FIFA Club World Cup, 92 in UEFA Champions League and 3 in UEFA Super Cup).

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) is the highest national team goal scorer with 13 goals in 2016, followed by Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) with 11 and Công Vinh Lê (Vietnam) with 10, while Hammadi Ahmad (Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya) scored the highest number of club goals with 16, followed by Adriano (FC Seoul) with 13 and Lionel Messi (Barcelona) with 12.

The top 30 list is classified by nationality as follows :

– Country wise : Brazil and France (3), Argentina, Croatia, DR Congo and Germany (2)

– Confederation wise : Europe (13), South America (8), Africa (5), Asia (3) and CONCACAF (1)

And by football club as follows :

– Club wise : Bayern München (3), Atlético de Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, TP Mazembe (2)

– Country wise : Spain (8), Germany (5), Italy (3), DR Congo, England, South Korea (2)

– Confederation wise : Europe (20), Asia (4), CAF (3), South America (2) and CONCACAF (1)

 

RANKING

1 – Cristiano Ronaldo  (Portugal 13 goals / Real Madrid 7 goals)                      20 goals

2 – Lionel Messi  (Argentina 8 / Barcelona 12)                                                      20

3 – Hammadi Ahmad  (Iraq 0 / Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 16)                                      16

4 – Edinson Cavani  (Uruguay 9 / Paris SG 6)                                                        15

5 – Antoine Griezmann (France 8 / Atlético de Madrid 6)                                  14

Robert Lewandowski (Poland 8 / Bayern München 6)                                        14

7 – Carlos Adriano de Souza Cruz (Brazil 0 / FC Seoul 13)                                  13

8 – Jonathan Bolingi (DR Congo 6 / TP Mazembe 6)                                           12

9 – Aritz Aduriz  (Spain 2 / Athletic Bilbao 10)                                                      12

10 – Romelu Lukaku (Belgium 11 / Everton 0)                                                       11

 

 

 

 

 

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