Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A top scorers 2019-20

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<span>Photograph: Michael Regan/AP</span>
Photograph: Michael Regan/AP

Premier League

22 Jamie Vardy (Leicester)

20

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)

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19 Danny Ings (Southampton)
19 Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

16 Sergio Agüero (Man City)
16 Sadio Mané (Liverpool)

15 Raúl Jiménez (Wolves)
15 Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)
15 Anthony Martial (Man Utd)

14 Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)
14 Raheem Sterling (Man City)

13 Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)
13 Harry Kane (Tottenham)

La Liga

22 Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

17

Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)

16 Gerard Moreno (Villarreal)

15 Luis Suárez (Barcelona)

13 Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo)
13 Raúl García (Athletic Bilbao)
13 Lucas Ocampos (Sevilla)

12 Ante Budimir (Real Mallorca)
12 Álvaro Morata (Atlético Madrid)













<span class="element-image__caption">It’s not been a vintage season for Lionel Messi and Barcelona, but he still tops the Spanish scoring charts.</span> <span class="element-image__credit">Photograph: David Ramos/Getty Images</span>
It’s not been a vintage season for Lionel Messi and Barcelona, but he still tops the Spanish scoring charts. Photograph: David Ramos/Getty Images

Serie A

29 Ciro Immobile (Lazio)

26

Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)

20 Romelu Lukaku (Inter)

17 João Pedro (Cagliari)
17 Luis Muriel (Atalanta)

15 Josip Ilicic (Atalanta)
15 Francesco Caputo (Sassuolo)

14 Edin Dzeko (Roma)
14 Duván Zapata (Atalanta)
14 Andrea Belotti (Torino)

12 Lautaro Martínez (Inter)
12 Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo)
12 Andrea Petagna (Spal)

Bundesliga

34 Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

28 Timo Werner (RB Leipzig)

17 Jadon Sancho (Dortmund)
16 Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg)
15 Rouwen Hennings (Fortuna Düsseldorf)

13 Jhon Córdoba (Cologne)
13 Erling Haaland (Dortmund)
13 Florian Niederlechner (Augsburg)
13 Robin Quaison (Mainz)

12 Sebastian Andersson (Union Berlin)
12 Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich)
12 Kai Havertz (Leverkusen)
12 Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim)
12 André Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt)

11 Nils Petersen (Freiburg)
11 Marco Reus (Dortmund)

















The Bundesliga season finished on 27 June

<span class="element-image__caption">Robert Lewandowski scored 34 goals in 34 league games.</span> <span class="element-image__credit">Photograph: Alexander Hassenstein/EPA</span>
Robert Lewandowski scored 34 goals in 34 league games. Photograph: Alexander Hassenstein/EPA

Ligue 1

The French league season has been abandoned, with Kylian Mbappé awarded the Golden Boot. Mbappé and Monaco’s Wissam Ben Yedder both scored 18 goals, but the PSG forward scored more from open play. Mbappé has said the award should be shared.

18 Kylian Mbappé (PSG)
18 Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco)


16 Moussa Dembélé (Lyon)

13 Neymar (PSG)
13 Victor Osimhen (Lille)




12 Habib Diallo (Metz)
12 Mauro Icardi (PSG)

11 Darío Benedetto (Marseille)
11 Kasper Dolberg (Nice)

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