In LaLiga, the leader is Santi Cazorla. The Spaniard has scored 8 goals in the League and four goals in the Copa del Rey and that he no longer plays as a midfielder. Of the 12 goals, seven have been from the penalty spot. Wylian Cyprien appears as Cazorla’s companion in this medulla. The pivot is a specialist from eleven meters and thus has already added up to 8 goals between the French Cup and Ligue 1.Extremes: Cristiano and MessiThe two most prolific scorers of the last decade who have managed, from the bands, to overshadow any nine. In recent weeks, Cristiano is more successful in the face of door than Messi. The Argentine has not seen the door in the last four games (Valencia, Levante, Betis and in the Cup against Athletic) although he has given five assists. Cristiano has been scoring ten straight games in Serie A. Altogether, 42 goals (19 of Messi by 23 of Cristiano). Two beasts of the goal.Forward: Robert LewandowskiErling Haaland has a total goal more than him but of his 36, 16 have been in the Austrian Bundesliga and Lewandowski wins the position since he still surpasses him in the two competitions they share: Bundesliga and Champions League.The Polish has only stayed at zero in five days of the 21 that leads the German League getting double or hat trick up to five times. In the Champions League he has scored a dozen goals in just five group stage matches and in the Cup, he goes to goal per game (three of three). Total: 35 goals in 30 games. In only thirty meetings this year, it already improves the data of ten of its 16 seasons as a professional. When one thinks of goal, the head always leads to nine, extremes with great scoring capacity such as Messi or Cristiano or mediapuntas. Also some central or mediocentro is dropped by the rival area although less often and with less success. But who are the top scorers in the major European leagues position by position?Goal: Ter StegenIt is not an error. Ter Stegen has not scored a goal so far this season but give two assists if they make him the goalkeeper who has participated in more goals in Spain, Italy, Germany, France and England. The German attended Suarez to make 0-1 against Getafe and Griezmann to get 1-0 against Mallorca. Accumulate the same assists in the League as Parejo, Bale, Muniain, Koke or Joaquin, among others. Determinant in both goals.Defense: Achraf, Hinteregger, Criscito and TheoTwo acquaintances of the Bernabéu band are facing a very productive year facing the door. Achraf is shining in the Champions League as a scorer where he adds four goals in the group stage plus two in the Bundesliga. His former teammate in Madrid, Theo Hernández, has achieved them in his League and of all colors, and remains the top scorer of Milan.Hinteregger, of the Eintracht in Frankfurt, is the most leading scorer in Europe with 7 goals and none with the ball stopped. Not so Criscito, his partner in this defense, who has scored six penalties so far this year with Genoa.Midfielders: Cazorla, Cyprien and Bruno FernandesAmong the three midfielders of this eleven add more than thirty goals in just half a season. Bruno Fernandes is the one that accumulates the most but has not yet managed to do any in the Premier League. 15 goals and 14 assists between Portugal and the Europa League. A total of 29 goals generated for the new signing of Manchester United. In his position and doing all season in Italy Josep Ilicic (14 goals in Atalanta) and Joao Pedro (15 goals in Cagliari) also stand out.
AdvertisementIt might have taken time for the Portuguese superstar to burst into his usual fiery self at Turin, but once Cristiano Ronaldo is up and running, there is no stopping him. Juventus ran out 3-1 winners against Napoli with Ronaldo involved in all of the goals scored by The Old Lady.Cristiano Ronaldo with a hattrick of assists as Juventus ease past NapoliIt was Napoli who opened the scoring in Turin with a simple tap in courtesy of Belgian striker Dries Mertens on the 10 minute mark. Juventus managed to make amends however for their shaky start after Mario Mandzukic headed home a delicious cross from Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese seemed lively for the rest of the half as the first 45 minutes ended with the score level at 1-1.The defending champions couldn’t have asked for a better start in the second half as Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic scored a simple tap in after a marvellous strike from Ronaldo that hit the post and presented itself beautifully to the Croat in the 49th minute.Italian international Leonardo Bonucci sealed the deal in the 76th minute after scoring from point blank range after the ball was placed in his path by header from Ronaldo, thus making him involved in every single one of the home side’s goals. They were of course helped by the sending off of Napoli’s Mario Rui in the 58th minute.Juventus now have 7 wins from 7 games in their Seria A campaign, keeping them on top of the league table. They face the Young Boys next in the Champions League on Tuesday, a match of which Ronaldo won’t be a part of.Watch full match highlights here :Read also :The score may have been 1-1 , but Liverpool and Chelsea put on a clinic India is one victory away from qualifying for the FIFA U-17 World Cup but they need your support! Advertisement