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There is an unexpected name on the list – a Brazilian who wants to buy Zenit.

We continue to summarize and talk about the heroes of 2021. Next are the top scorers. First place went to Robert Lewandowski for the third straight year, with the Polish forward scoring 170 goals in 161 games over the past three years.

8-10. Memphis Depay, 39 goals in 60 games for Lyon, Barcelona and Netherlands.

The striker scored 14 goals in the spring for Lyon. Moving to Barcelona, Depay became the team’s top star in the attack and scored eight goals in 21 games (although none in the Champions League). For the national team Memphis played 16 games and only in three of them he left without a productive action. He has 17 goals, including one hat trick and five double-doubles in the orange jersey.

8-10. Mohamed Salah, 39 goals in 58 games, Liverpool and the Egyptian national team

37 and 2 – that’s the proportion of goals Salah shared for Liverpool and the national team. The striker scored 10 goals in the Champions League, three in the FA Cup and 24 in the English Premier League. Mo is now the top scorer in the APL for the 2021/2022 season. After the first round, he has 15+9 points on the goal+pass system.

8-10. Arthur Cabral, 39 goals in 51 games, Basel

The 23-year-old Brazilian scored 12 goals for Basel in the spring and 27 (!) since July 22. Cabral scored at least one goal in every Conference League qualification match, and in the group he had five accurate shots in six meetings. In the Swiss championship Arthur is on fire: in particular, he made a poker in the game with Servett and made two double-doubles. Cabral might change clubs in the winter, Zenit among others are interested in him.

7. Dušan Vlahović, 41 goals in 56 games for Fiorentina and Serbia.

Vlahovic scored almost all of his goals in Serie A (33 goals). In the Italian Cup Dušan scored a double in the match against Kozenza, and as a member of the national team he distinguished himself six times. According to Transfermarkt, the Serbian became the most expensive forward of the Italian championship under 23 years. He may transfer to one of the top clubs in Europe as early as this winter.

6. Lionel Messi, 43 goals in 60 games, Barcelona, PSG and the national team of Argentina

In January and February 2021 alone, Leo scored 14 goals. The Argentine was very effective this year before joining PSG. Messi scored only six goals in 16 games for his new club. As for performances for the national team, the Argentine has nine goals in 16 games.

5. Cristiano Ronaldo, 46 goals in 64 games, Juventus, Manchester United and the Portuguese national team

Cristiano scored 20, 13 and 13 goals for Juventus, Manchester United and Portugal respectively. Undoubtedly, Ronaldo’s most important goals were for the national team. Thanks to them, the Portuguese broke the world record for goals for the national teams. In addition, in 2021, the striker broke the mark of 800 goals in his career.

4. Karim Benzema, 47 goals in 63 games, Real Madrid and France

Benzema returned to the national team in the summer and on his shoulders he dragged it in the games against Portugal and Switzerland at Euro 2020 (made a double). In addition, the Frenchman distinguished himself in the semifinals and finals of the Nations League. The forward scored 38 goals for Real Madrid in 2021.

3. Erling Holand, 49 goals in 51 games, Borussia D and the Norwegian national team

Any forward would be the envy of Holand’s effectiveness. The Norwegian scored 11 (!) double in spring and 13 goals in 10 Bundesliga games in autumn. The forward has not been dormant in the Champions League either: he has scored seven goals. For Norway in 2021 Holand scored six goals in eight games.

2. Kylian Mbappe, 51 goals in 67 games, PSG and France

Mbappe scored in all club tournaments and played a major role in the semifinals and final of the Nations League, scoring twice with a goal and an assist. At Euro 2020, the Frenchman did not distinguish himself, but corrected himself in November, putting four goals to Kazakhstan and one goal to Finland in the qualifying round of the World Cup. That allowed France to qualify directly for the 2022 World Cup. Kilian scored 43 goals for PSG in 2021.

1. Robert Lewandowski, 69 goals in 59 games, Bayern and Poland

Lewandowski failed to score in only one match in the second round of the Bundesliga 2020/2021 season. Robert scored 43 goals in the championship, 11 in the Champions League, two in the German Super Cup, two at the club’s World Cup and 11 for the Polish national team. Thus, the Pole has repeated the achievement of Cristiano Ronaldo, set in 2013. Then the Portuguese scored the same number of goals in the same number of matches.