CRISTIANO RONALDO’S FIFTH IFFHS AWARD FOR THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER (INTERNATIONAL GOALS)

 

Cristiano Ronaldo wins for the 5th time (in the last seven years) the IFFHS Award of THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER (international goals with country and club) ! After 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, he is again the Number 1 in the World, scoring 14 international goals with Portugal and 7 international goals with FC Juventus in UEFA Champions League.

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With 21 international goals in 2019, Ronaldo was again efficient during all his year, dominating the ranking before Ali Mabkhout (United Arab Emirates), who scored 19 international goals with his country and England’s Harry Kane, also 19 goals (12 goals with England and 7 with Tottenham).

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Ali Mabkhout (picture top) holds the record 2019 for international country goals (19 with UAE)) and Bafetimbi Gomis (picture bottom) the record of the international club goals 2019 (13 with Al Hilal Saudi FC).

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Last year winner Baghdad Bounedjah took the 8th place in the ranking and winner 2015 Robert Lewandowski the 6th place. 34 Players in the World scored 10 international goals or more in 2019, they came from UEFA  (14), AFC  (8), CONMEBOL (4), CAF (3), OFC (3), CONCACAF (2).

The most represented clubs are in the Top 34 : FC Liverpool, FC Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspurs, FC Bayern München, FC Inter Milan, Zenit St Petersburg, Al Sadd SC (all with 2 players). The most represented leagues in the Top 34 are : Premier League England (10 players), Serie A Italy (3), Premier Liga Russia (3), Bundesliga Germany (2), Saudi Football League (2) and Qatar Stars League (2).

 

 

 

RANKING 2019 (1/1/19 – 31/12/19)

Player Country Conf Club Country Country Club TOTAL  
                   
1 Cristiano RONALDO Portugal UEFA FC Juventus Italy 14 7 21  
2 Ali MABKHOUT UAE AFC Al-Jazira FC UAE 19   19  
3 Harry KANE England UEFA Tottenham Hotspurs England 12 7 19  
4 Raheem STERLING England UEFA FC Manchester City England 8 9 17  
5 Ali ALMOEZ Qatar AFC Al-Duhail SC Qatar 15 1 16  
6 Robert LEWANDOWSKI Poland UEFA FC Bayern München Germany 6 10 16  
7 Omar AL SOMAH Syria AFC Al-Ahli Saudi FC Saudi Arabia 8 7 15  
8 Baghdad BOUNEDJAH Algeria CAF Al-Sadd FC Qatar 8 6 14  
8 Lautaro MARTINEZ Argentina CONMEBOL FC Inter Mian Italy 8 6 14  
10 Olivier GIROUD France UEFA FC Chelsea England 6 8 14  
11 Eldor SHOMURODOV Uzbekistan AFC FC Rostov Russia 13   13  
12 Serge GNABRY Germany UEFA FC Bayern München Germany 9 4 13  
13 Sardar AZMOUN Iran AFC Zenit St Petersburg Russia 8 5 13  
14 Lionel MESSI Argentina CONMEBOL FC Barcelona Spain 5 8 13  
15 Bafetimbi GOMIS France UEFA Al-hilal Saudi FC Saudi Arabia   13 13  
16 Gabriel JESUS Brazil CONMEBOL FC Manchester City England 7 5 12  
17 Baha FAISAL Jordan AFC Al-Wedhat SC Jordan 6 6 12  
18 Heung-min SON South Korea AFC Tottenham Hotspurs England 3 9 12  
19 Aleksander MITROVIC Serbia UEFA Fulham FC England 11   11  
19 Eran ZAHAVI Israel UEFA Guangzhou RF China 11   11  
21 Toni KALTACK Vanuata OFC Erakor Golden Star Vanuata 10 1 11  
22 Artyom DZIOUBA Russia UEFA Zenit St Petersburg Russia 9 2 11  
23 Raul JIMENEZ Mexico CONCACAF Wolverhampton England 8 3 11  
23 Georgino WIJNALDUM Netherlands UEFA FC Liverpool England 8 3 11  
25 Sadio MANE Senegal CAF FC Liverpool England 7 4 11  
25 Romelu LUKAKU Belgium UEFA ManUnited/Inter Milan England/Italy 7 4 11  
27 Akram AFIF Qatar AFC Al-Sadd FC Qatar 6 5 11  
27 Memphis DEPAY Netherlands UEFA Olympique Lyon France 6 5 11  
29 Enner VALENCIA Ecuador CONMEBOL Tigres UANL Mexico 4 7 11  
30 Jackson MULEKA DR Congo CAF TP Mazembe DR Congo 3 8 11  
31 Ross ALLEN Guernsey OFC Team Wellington New Zealand   11 11  
32 Gagame FENI Solomon Islands OFC Suva FC Fiji 10   10  
33 Jonathan DAVID Canada CONCACAF RAA Gent Belgium 8 2 10  
34 “BIENVE” Bienvenido Morejon Spain UEFA Ceres-Negros FC Philippines   10 10  
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