THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER 2016 at end October :
Another World Class Prize Chased by Ronaldo and Messi!

5 World Cup Qualifying goals for Portugal raised Cristiano Ronaldo’s total to 18 international goals till end of October, advancing to the top and chasing his third title after 2013 and 2014. He is followed by Lionel Messi, who scored 3 UEFA Champion League goals, raising his total to 16, and also willing to win his third title after 2011 and 2012. Iraqi Hammadi Ahmad added only 1 AFC Cup goal, and came third with 15.
31 players scored 8 or more goals. They are classified as follows:
• By nationality:
– Country wise: Argentina (4), Brazil, Croatia and France (3),
– Continental wise: UEFA (11), CONMEBOL (10), AFC, CAF (4) CONCACAF and OFC (1)
• By Club Football:
– Club wise: Bayern München and FC Barcelona (3)
– League wise: Spain (7), Germany (4), Italy (3), England and South Korea (2),
– Continental wise: UEFA (18), AFC (6), CAF, CONCACAF and CONMEBOL (2), OFC (1)

 

# Player Country Conf. Club Country Conf. Country Club Total
1 Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal UEFA Real Madrid Spain UEFA 11 7 18
2 Lionel Messi Argentina CONMEBOL FC Barcelona Spain UEFA 7 9 16
3 Hammadi Ahmad Iraq AFC Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya Iraq AFC 0 15 15
4 Edinson Cavani Uruguay CONMEBOL Paris Saint-Germain France UEFA 8 5 13
5 Carlos Adriano de Sousa Cruz Brazil CONMEBOL FC Seoul South Korea AFC 0 13 13
6 Antoine Griezmann France UEFA Atlético Madrid Spain UEFA 8 3 11
7 Jonathan Bolingi DR Congo CAF TP Mazembe DR Congo CAF 6 5 11
8 Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior Brazil CONMEBOL FC Barcelona Spain UEFA 7 3 10
9 Robert Lewandowski Poland UEFA Bayern München Germany UEFA 6 4 10
10 Thomas Müller Germany UEFA Bayern München Germany UEFA 5 5 10
11 Kévin Gameiro France UEFA Sevilla Spain UEFA 2 8 10
12 Carlos Humberto Ruíz Gutierrez Guatemala CONCACAF FC Dallas United States CONCACAF 9 0 9
13 Romelu Lukaku Belgium UEFA Everton England UEFA 9 0 9
14 Arturo Vidal Chile CONMEBOL Bayern München Germany UEFA 7 2 9
15 Ahmed Akaichi Tunisia CAF Étoile du Sahel Tunisia CAF 5 4 9
16 Cedric Bakambu DR Congo CAF Villareal Spain UEFA 3 6 9
17 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Gabon CAF Borussia Dortmund Germany UEFA 2 7 9
18 Jonathan Calleri Argentina CONMEBOL São Paulo Brasil CONMEBOL 1 8 9
19 Ivan Perišić Croatia UEFA Inter Milan Italy UEFA 8 0 8
20 Mario Mandžukić Croatia UEFA Juventus Italy UEFA 8 0 8
21 Olivier Giroud France UEFA Arsenal FC England UEFA 8 0 8
22 Sardar Azmoun Iran AFC FK Rostov Russia UEFA 8 0 8
23 Sebastian Soria Qatar AFC Al Rayyan Qatar AFC 8 0 8
24 Raymond Gunemba Papua New Guinea OFC Lae City Dwellers Papua New Guinea OFC 6 2 8
25 Nikola Kalinić Croatia UEFA ACF Fiorentina Italy UEFA 5 3 8
26 Luis Suárez Uruguay CONMEBOL FC Barcelona Spain UEFA 3 5 8
27 Jeje Lalpekhlua India AFC Mohun Bagan A.C. India AFC 2 6 8
28 Adrián Gallardo Valdés Spain UEFA Ceres F.C. Philippines AFC 0 8 8
29 Ismael Sosa Argentina CONMEBOL Pumas de la UNAM México CONCACAF 0 8 8
30 Marco Ruben Argentina CONMEBOL Rosario Central Argentina CONMEBOL 0 8 8
31 Leonardo Rodriguez Pereira Brazil CONMEBOL Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC South Korea AFC 0 8 8
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