Thursday, 5 December 2013

Football: World's Top Goal Scorers 2013-2014


Final update:  May 21 2014.

The world's best goal scorers prove themselves on the football fields of Europe's top five leagues in England, Spain, Italy, Germany, and France.  Here is the consolidated ranking of the top goalscorers in the world for the 2013-2014 league season, followed by the top scorers within each league.


World's Top Goal Scorers 2013-2014
Top 10 and ties

1.=
Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
Liverpool (England)
31 Goals



1.=
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
Real Madrid (Spain)
31 Goals



3.
Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Barcelona (Spain)
28 Goals



4.
Diego Costa (Spain)
Atletico Madrid (Spain)
27 Goals



5.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
Paris Saint-Germain (France)
26 Goals



6.
Ciro Immobile (Italy)
Torino (Italy)
22 Goals



7.
Daniel Sturridge (England)
Liverpool (England)
21 Goals



8.=
Ya Ya Toure (Ivory Coast)
Manchester City (England)
20 Goals



8.=
Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
Borussia Dortmund
20 Goals














8.=
Luca Toni (Italy)
Hellas Verona (Italy)
20 Goals




England: Premier League
Top 5 and ties

1.
Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
Liverpool
31 Goals

2.
Daniel Sturridge (England)
Liverpool
21 Goals

3.
Ya Ya Toure (Ivory Coast)
Manchester City
20 Goals

4.=
Wayne Rooney (England)
Manchester United
17 Goals

4.=
Sergio Aguero (Argentina)
Manchester City
17 Goals


France: Ligue 1
Top 5 and ties

1.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
Paris Saint-Germain
26 Goals

2.=
Edinson Cavani (Uruguay)
Paris Saint-Germain
16 Goals

2.=
Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon)
Lorient
16 Goals

2.=
Andre-Pierre Gignac (France)
Marseille
16 Goals

2.=
Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast)
Lille
16 Goals

2.=
Ben Yedder (France)
Toulouse
16 Goals


Germany: Bundesliga
Top 5 and ties

1.
Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
Borussia Dortmund
20 Goals

2.
Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
Bayern Munich
18 Goals

3.
Josip Drmic (Switzerland)
Nurnberg
17 Goals

4.=
Adrián Ramos (Colombia)
Hertha Berlin
16 Goals

4.=
Marco Reus (Germany)
Borussia Dortmund
16 Goals

4.=
Roberto Firmino (Brazil)
TSG Hoffenheim
16 Goals


Italy: Serie A
Top 5 and ties

1.
Ciro Immobile (Italy)
Torino
22 Goals

2.
Luca Toni (Italy)
Hellas Verona
20 Goals

3.
Carlos Tevez (Argentina)
Juventus
19 Goals

4.=
Gonzalo Higuaín (Argentina)
Napoli
17 Goals

4.=
Antonio Di Natale (Italy)
Udinese
17 Goals

4.=
Rodrigo Palacio (Argentina)
Inter
17 Goals


Spain: La Liga
Top 5 and ties

1.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
Real Madrid
31 Goals

2.
Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Barcelona
28 Goals

3.
Diego Costa (Spain)
Atletico Madrid
27 Goals

4.
Alexis Sanchez (Chile)
Barcelona
19 Goals

5.
Karim Benzema (France)
Real Madrid
17 Goals