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The Top Five Most Prolific Goalscorers In Europe 2020/2021 Season - Opinion

The 2020/2021 Football season seen some big names in football rise to the occasion once again to give the fans another entertaining football season with their prowess in front of goal.

We are going to look at the top five most prolific goalscorers this season, from the top flight European Leagues, as some youngsters have also been able to step up their game.

5. Lionel Messi - 29 Goals

Lionel has been able to make good account of himself this season even when Barcelona were not at their best, with an impressive goalscoring record. Lionel Messi is now the leading the goalscorer in La Liga with 23 goals.

4. Cristiano Ronaldo - 30 Goals

One of his best football season for Cristiano Ronaldo, although crashing out of the European competition with Juventus. Ronaldo has been able to break goalscoring records in football this season while also setting new records, as he now has the most official goals in football history.

Ronaldo have managed 30 goals and 4 assists already this season in 34 matches he has played.

3. Kylian Mbappe - 30 Goals

Kylia Mbappe is one of the top prospect in football at a young age. And has been able to maintain consistency in his in front of goal, with 30 goals and 9 assist in all competition this season.

2. Erling Haaland - 33 Goals

The Borussia Dortmund youngster is already making waves in football this season with his goalscoring instinct and ability. Haaland has been able to put up 33 goals in 31 games this season coupled with 8 assists.

1. Robert Lewandowski - 42 Goals

Lewandowski have taken his stand as the greatest goalscorer so far this season. And one can only imagine if he is a robot or human, as he now has more goals than the total number of games he's played for Bayern this season. Lewandowski have scored a stunning 42 goals and provided 8 assists in 36 games so far this season.

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