We take a look at UEFA Champions league top goal scorer 2019/2020.
Robert Lewandowki tops the list of champions league top scorers 2020. And he doesn’t seems to be stopping.
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski drives the route after six games, being the main player to arrive at 10 for the crusade. Four of those objectives arrived in a 6-0 win over Red Star Belgrade and Lewandowski scored in each match he played, sitting out of the 3-1 triumph against Tottenham Hotspur in the last gameweek.
His fourfold against Red Star was the quickest in Champions League history and made the Polish striker simply the subsequent player to score four objectives in a solitary Champions League game on two events, joining Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.
Lewandowski sits two clear of second-put Erling Braut Haaland, whose eight objectives for Red Bull Salzburg likewise observed him score in five Champions League games. Be that as it may, Haaland won’t have the option to add to his count with Salzburg bowing out at the gathering stage.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane sits a further two behind Haaland to finish the main three, having gotten six in general incorporating two against Olympiacos in gameweek five to verify a spot in the last-16 for Jose Mourinho’s side.
At that point a great seven players are tied on five objectives scored, including Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe who added to his count in the last gameweek against Galatasaray. He’s joined by Son Heung-min, Memphis Depay, Mauro Icardi, Raheem Sterling, Dries Mertens and Lautaro Martinez, however the last is out of the challenge after Inter Milan’s exit.
Here are the top scorers as things remain after the finish of the gathering stage.
Top 10 goalscorers: Champions League 2019/20
Players with the same amount of goals are ranked by fewer minutes played.
Robert Lewandowki: 10 goals (437 minutes)
Erling Braut Haaland: 8 goals (374 minutes)
Harry Kane: 6 goals (450 minutes)
Kylian Mbappé: 5 goals (330 minutes)
Son Heung-min: 5 goals (365 minutes)
Memphis Depay: 5 goals (394 minutes)
Mauro Icardi: 5 goals (401 minutes)
Raheem Sterling: 5 goals (411 minutes)
Dries Mertens: 5 goals (442 minutes)