Cristiano Ronaldo set a new World Record by end of October 2017, scoring 26 international goals since beginning of the year. He scored 11 goals for Portugal and 15 for Real Madrid CF, overcoming his own record in 2013 and Lionel Messi’s record in 2012, both 25. And he can add some goals more in November and December to pulverize the record !

Cristiano Ronaldo received last week in Madrid the 2016 IFFHS Trophy of THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER (picture), his third after 2013 and 2014. And he will probably win his fourth Trophy in 2017 because nobody can really catch him in the last two months !

Polish Robert Lewandowski of FC Bayern München came second with 13 goals followed by English Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspurs, Syrian Omar Khrbin of Al-Hilal Riyadh and North Korean Yu-Song Kim of April25, all with 12 goals.

Ronaldo also scored the most goals in both levels, country and club.

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

Country Wise :

– by Confederation : UEFA (15), CONMEBOL (8), AFC (6), CAF (5), OFC (1)

– by Country : Argentina (4), Brazil and France (3), Portugal and Syria (2)

Club Wise :

– by Confederation : UEFA (20), AFC (10), CAF (3), CONMEBOL (2)

– by Country : England (5), Spain (4), France, Germany, Italy (3), Argentina, China, Saudi Arabia and Turkey (2)

– by Clubs : FC Barcelona, FC Bayern München, Besiktas Istanbul, Manchester United FC and Paris Saint-Germain (2)

 

 

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal UEFA Real Madrid Spain UEFA 11 15 26
Robert Lewandowski Poland UEFA Bayern München Germany UEFA 9 4 13
Harry Kane England UEFA Tottenham Hotspur England UEFA 7 5 12
Omar Khrbin Syria AFC Al-Hilal Riyadh Saudi Arabia AFC 3 9 12
Yu-Song kim North Korea AFC April 25 North Korea AFC 3 9 12
André Silva Portugal UEFA AC Milan Italy UEFA 7 4 11
Cenk Tosun Turkey UEFA Beşiktaş Turkey UEFA 5 6 11
Vincent Aboubakar Cameroon CAF Beşiktaş / FC Porto Turkey / Portugal UEFA 5 6 11
Romelu Lukaku Belgium UEFA Manchester United England UEFA 6 4 10
Henrikh Mkhitaryan Armenia UEFA Manchester United England UEFA 4 6 10
Mehdi Taremi Iran AFC Persepolis FC Iran AFC 3 7 10
Sékou Camara Guinea CAF Horoya AC Guinea CAF 8 1 9
Olivier Giroud France UEFA Arsenal FC England UEFA 7 2 9
Mohamed Salah Egypt CAF Roma / Liverpool Italy / England UEFA 5 4 9
Bertrand Traoré Burkina Faso CAF AFC Ajax Netherlands UEFA 4 5 9
Edin Džeko Bosnia-Herzegovina UEFA AS Roma Italy UEFA 3 6 9
Taha Yassine Khenissi Tunisia CAF Espérance Sportive de Tunis Tunisia CAF 2 7 9
Kylian Mbappé France UEFA AS Monaco France UEFA 1 8 9
Givanildo Vieira de Souza “Hulk” Brazil CONMEBOL Shanghai SIPG China AFC 0 9 9
Jeremy Brockie New Zealand OFC SuperSport United South Africa CAF 0 9 9
Arjen Robben Netherlands UEFA Bayern München Germany UEFA 6 2 8
Leon Goretzka Germany UEFA Schalke 04 Germany UEFA 6 2 8
Antoine Griezmann France UEFA Atlético Madrid Spain UEFA 4 4 8
Lionel Messi Argentina CONMEBOL Barcelona Spain UEFA 4 4 8
Sunil Chhetri India AFC Bengaluru India AFC 4 4 8
Manuchekhr Dzhalilov Tajikistan AFC Lokomotiv Moskva Russia UEFA 3 5 8
Omar Al-Somah Syria AFC Al-Ahli Jeddah Saudi Arabia AFC 3 5 8
Paulinho Junior Brazil CONMEBOL Guangzhou Evergrande China AFC 3 5 8
Edinson Cavani Uruguay CONMEBOL Paris Saint-Germain France UEFA 2 6 8
Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior Brazil CONMEBOL Barcelona / Paris Saint-Germain Spain / France UEFA 2 6 8
Bienvenido Marañón Spain UEFA Ceres–Negros FC Philippines AFC 0 8 8
Gabriel Guerra Argentina CONMEBOL Johor Darul Ta’zim F.C. Malaysia AFC 0 8 8
Ignacio Scocco Argentina CONMEBOL River Plate Argentina CONMEBOL 0 8 8
José Sand Argentina CONMEBOL Lanus Argentina CONMEBOL 0 8 8
Stipe Plazibat Croatia UEFA Home United Singapore AFC 0 8 8
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