Lewandowski isolated as 2021’s top scorer with Cristiano Ronaldo closing the podium – Internacional

With the calendar year coming to an end, it’s time for balance sheets and Bayern Munich Polish international Robert Lewandowski is well on his way to becoming 2021’s top scorer, according to data published this Monday by the International Federation of History and Football Statistics (IFFHS). Haaland remains in second place and Cristiano Ronaldo closes the podium.

In the list of 58 goalscorers that is presented, FC Porto player Mehdi Taremi is the only representative of a Portuguese club, appearing in 25th place with the same 30 goals as Lukaku (23rd), Agustín Álvarez (24th), Ben Malango (26th) and Bafétimbi Gomis (27th).

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The goals scored in championships, cups and international matches of clubs and national teams between January 1 and October 31 were raised in these accounts. In the case of Taremi, there are 19 in the Bwin League, three in the Portuguese Cup and one in the Allianz Cup, three in the Champions League and four for Iran.

Cristiano Ronaldo thus opened the Tottenham-Man scorer. United

Cristiano Ronaldo thus opened the Tottenham-Man scorer. United

Leader Lewandowski has 56 and has already broken his personal record, the 54 he signed in 2019. The Norwegian international of Borussia Dortmundo, Erling Haaland remains in second place in 2021, with 43 goals scored, coming later, to close the podium, Cristiano Ronaldo with 40 goals scored, between Juventus, Manchester United and the National Team.

Between Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina, Messi also scored 40 goals, but Cristiano Ronaldo benefits from the fact that the IFFHS value, in the event of a draw, the goals scored in international matches for clubs and national teams. In this respect, the Portuguese beat the Argentine, by 16-14.