The first ranking of the year 2019 for the World’s Best International Goal Scorers is established at end February ! Ali Almoez (Qatar) leads the ranking with 9 goals in the first two months of the year, before Team Wellington’s goal scorer Ross Allen (7 goals). Ali Almoez (PICTURE) made a fantastic Asian Cup with Qatar to become the first leader of this ranking.

The IFFHS take in consideration all the international goals with the country and the club between the 1 January and the 31 December to crown THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER of the Year.  The last winners in this category : Lionel Messi (2011 and 2012), Cristiano Ronaldo (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017), Robert Lewandowski (2015) and Baghdad Bounedjah (2018) !

 

Ranking THE WORLD’S BEST TOP GOAL SCORER 2019 at end February :

 

Player   Scorer Country Conf. Competition Club Country Competition   Country Club Total
                       
Almoez Ali   Qatar AFC AFC Asian Cup         9   9
Ross Allen         Team Wellington New Zealand OFC Champions League     7 7
Sylvain Graglia         AS Central Sport French Polynesia OFC Champions League     5 5
Ali Ahmed Mabkhout   United Arab Emirates AFC AFC Asian Cup         4   4
Eldor Shomurodov   Uzbekistan AFC AFC Asian Cup         4   4
Ganiyu Bolaji Oseni         Hanoi FC Vietnam AFC Cup     4 4
Jacques Tuyisenge         Gor Mahia Kenya CAF CC     4 4
Jesse Were         ZESCO United Zambia CAF CC     4 4
Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba         RS Berkane Morocco CAF CC     4 4
Maro Bonsu-Maro         Auckland City FC New Zealand OFC Champions League     4 4
Muhsen Al Ghassani   Oman     Al-Suwaiq Oman AFC Cup   3 1 4
Nigel Dabinyaba         Lae City Dwellers FC Papua New Guinea OFC Champions League     4 4
Raymond Gunemba         Lae City Dwellers FC Papua New guinea OFC Champions League     4 4
Sardar Azmoun   Iran AFC AFC Asian Cup         4   4
Yuya Osako   Japan AFC AFC Asian Cup         4   4
Andre Batick         Malampa Revivors FC Vanuatu OFC Champions League     3 3
Bertrand Kaï         Hienghène Sport New Caledonia OFC Champions League     3 3
Enner Remberto Valencia   Ecuador CONCACAF Champions League Tigres UANL México       3 3
Fabrizio Tavano         Auckland City FC New Zealand OFC Champions League     3 3
Godwin Aguda         Enugu Rangers Nigeria CAF CC     3 3
Ibrahim Hasan         Zamalek Egypt CAF CC     3 3
Javier Marcelo Correa   Argentina CONCACAF Champions League Santos Laguna México       3 3
Jean-Marc Makusu Mundele         AS Vita Club DR Congo CAF CL     3 3
Joses Nawo         Henderson Eels FC Solomon Islands OFC Champions League     3 3
Karim Walid “Nedved”         Al-Ahly Egypt CAF CL     3 3
Kévin Mondeko         TP Mazembe Lubumbashi DR Congo CAF CL     3 3
Lazarous Kambole         ZESCO United Zambia CAF CC     3 3
Lorenzo Tehau         AS Central Sport French Polynesia OFC Champions League     3 3
Meddie Kagere         Simba Tanzania CAF CL     3 3
Mehdi Taremi   Iran AFC AFC Asian Cup         3   3
Micah Lea’alafa         Auckland City FC New Zealand OFC Champions League     3 3
Mouhcine Iajour         Raja Casablanca Morocco CAF CC     3 3
Nathanael Hailemariam         Team Wellington New Zealand OFC Champions League     3 3
Omar Guardiola         Auckland City FC New Zealand OFC Champions League     3 3
Richard Sele         AS Magenta New Caledonia OFC Champions League     3 3
Ronald Kampamba         Nkana FC Kitwe Zambia CAF CC     3 3
Themba Zwane         Mamelodi Sundowns South Africa CAF CL     3 3
Tuti Zama Tanito         Henderson Eels FC Solomon Islands OFC Champions League     3 3
Vitalij Lux   Kyrgyzstan AFC AFC Asian Cup         3   3
Vladimiro Edson António Félix “Vá”         Petro de Luanda Angola CAF CC     3 3
Yassine Rami         Hassania Agadir Morocco CAF CC     3 3
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