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sandbag-1

I always like the players from smaller league who have had stupid goalscoring seasons to sneak into this list


woosan

Haha imagine Mitrovic if championship got a 1.5 multipler


i2060427

As he scored 43 goals, he would be 2nd on the list with 64.5


Pherryl

43 goals in what 46 games?


cosmiclatte44

43 in 44 games. Insane really.


JanterFixx

why wouldn't he actually..


mindpainters

From goal.com Leagues 1-5 in the coefficient gets •2 Leagues 6-21 get •1.5 The rest just get •1


JGQuintel

Which means he’s next on the list despite no multiplier, one point behind Salah & Haaland


sjcelvis

They can name 21 leagues better than the Championship?


Sevenvolts

They only count top tiers. A choice, it gets difficult if you add in all lower leagues.


00Laser

I remember a time before they introduced the multipliers and the winner would often be some random player you never heard of bangin' 45 goals in the Lithuanian first league.


Minsteliser123

Dont think this lewandowski Chap would make it in a proper league


Merengues_1945

Can't score on a cold rainy night at Stoke, it is known.


reborndiajack

Windy night in stoke as muller called it


The_Great_Crocodile

Serbia has a huge, huge quality gap between 2nd and 3rd, thus Zvezda and Partizan have 30+ wins per season (in a 37 match season) and if they have a prolific goalscorer, he's gonna have this sort of numbers.


LosLocosHermanos

To be fair tho, 27 of his 33 goals are in the norwegian first devision, and 6 in Serbia.


The_Great_Crocodile

That is actually more impressive.


StockMasterpiece4

O hi 👋


Chimpville

Will be interesting to see him at Madrid


Peaky_Blinders

Where is Terodde


jiristayler

He must have an 1 coeffizent


LetsDieForMemes

Where Modeste?


McWaffeleisen

Missing two goals, unfortunately.


Aenjeprekemaluci

Ballon d‘Or winner.


Barkasia

Weighting


throwawayfinggra

Somewhere trying to catch his voice :P


SamsungHeir

Does Haaland have dual citizenship?


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SamsungHeir

Yep, wondering if he has the citizenship though


JamieSand

The UK doesnt have Jus Soli so I highly doubt it, dont know why it says he does.


TheJynxedOne

I think because his father had indefinite rights to stay in the country for work, he is eligible as a UK citizen for the rules at the time of his birth.


JamieSand

Are his parents married? They don’t carry the same name. Typical Reddit downvoting me for no reason, having completely zero clue why I asked.


Hannibal_Lecture

So he should be listed as eligible to play for any country in the UK then? I thought the indefinite right to remain allowed you to select your allegiance. And clearly he would rather be Scottish right... right?


kylekorverforthreeee

Under FIFA legislation, citizenship is actually completely irrelevant, you can play for a country you don't have citizenship for. In Haaland's case he could have played for England as he was born there, one of the qualifying conditions, even if he was not eligible for British citizenship. Haaland would not be eligible to play for any other UK nation, as the clause in legislation specifically states 'territory' rather than country, and he has no parents or grandparents born in any other UK nation.


Minsteliser123

Does this mean he counts as homegrown?


i2060427

I remember reading a story of Djibril Cisse buying a property in Liverpool that made him a lord so he made sure that his son was born there so he'd inherit the title.


WinsingtonIII

UK doesn’t have birthright citizenship though so he might not have UK citizenship despite being born there.


pumbahusajo

They did, while being an EU member state IIRC


Crammock

We haven't had it since the nationality act 1981. Most current EU member states also don't have it. If anything, the EU is a stronger reason to not have it as you could easily have your child in a different member country just to secure them citizenship.


selbh

Wiki says he left England at age three. Maybe the time window is too small.


RickThiCisbih

"Race" Lewandowski is clear and no one else is even close.


stragen595

Yeah. But have to say Benz is playing an incredible season.


Black_XistenZ

And he scored far more clutch goals in big matches this season than Lewy.


taxevader33

Not much in league as compared to UCL


acwilan

Wait for the last La Liga game and 10 Benzema goals


Kasnav

People are going crazy over the goals benzema is scoring this season in the ucl. In the UCL this season Lewandowski has 2 less goals than benzema in 1 less game, more assists. And a better goals per 90 ratio. No wonder the dude wants to move, has been outperforming everyone these last few years and nobody seems to care


emre23

That’s because most of them were in group stage games last year that many people didn’t watch. Benzema scored 10 in the knockouts including the winner in every round and has as many G+A in the league in fewer apps/fewer mins.


Serinanda

I just looked at leauge and CL. Benz has 39 g+a in leuage and 15 in CL. Lewa has 38 in leauge and 13 in CL. 54 for Benz and 51 for Lewa. Although most of Benz goals in CL came against the very elite, which is impressing.


pintperson

It’s not that people don’t care, but we’re just kind of desensitised to it because he’s kept these numbers up for a number of years now, it’s not a surprise.


Hodor4000

Like people got desensitised when Messi & Ronaldo were banging crazy numbers?


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HerakIinos

Messi didnt do jack shit in the WC, when the games mattered the most in that year. Each game does not hold the exact same value


gayintheass

Then who perform better in the WC than Messi in this generation? tell me? Ronaldo played like a donkey in half of the games with a stacked team


Oumashu345

Nah. The only surprise is that he hasn't fucking gotten a Balon d'or yet. Won't get it this year either.


Kingslayer1526

2020 will forever piss me off that season of his was better than any season for ant striker in the last decade(even suarez 15-16 who didn't perform as much in ucl). And even 2021 he should've won. ROBBERY


BrainlessArch

Lol no way he was better than suarez 2015-16, outscoring prime Messi and Ronaldo


Rickcampbell98

He was not better than 15/16 suarez, I'm not having that.


Fragrant_Debt

Suarez at his peak was better than Lewandowski ever was


SpeechComfortable524

Recency bias, why you downvoted.


mr_salsa123

Well he doesn't deserve it this year


Boris_Ignatievich

its because benzemas have been vital in getting madrid to a final, while Lewandowski didn't score a single goal that was decisive in them winning a knockout tie (he scored a bunch vs salzburg but it was such a dicking you can remove his goals and they still cruise through)


Emusio

Well, he scored the only goal for Bayern in the tie against Villareal, but it just wasn't enough.


Wasserschloesschen

> (he scored a bunch vs salzburg but it was such a dicking you can remove his goals and they still cruise through) It was such a dicking because Lewy scored an opening hattrick within 23 minutes. How you can go "yeah, Lewy won the game single handedly 23 minutes in, but he wasn't instrumental to the win" with a straight face is beyond me.


Boris_Ignatievich

ok sure. I'll give you that (i didnt remember what order the goals went in, just that there were a million of them) It's salzburg, while benzema got winners vs psg, chelsea and man city - all ties where madrid were (slight) underdogs for rather than massive favourites


erldn123

10 titles in a row, Bayern walking the league before and during his time, it's factually not a competitive league so people will discredit him whenever they don't win the CL. And this year losing to Villareal, don't wanna hear Benzema comps, it's Benzemas year, been way more impactful. Honestly what's the difference between PSG and the Ligue 1 trashtalk with Bayern and the Bundesliga?


Kasnav

Never said that the Bundesliga is super competitive. The rich generally get richer in football and thats true for Bayern. As for comparisons with ligue 1.. PSG's wage bill is almost 40% of the entire league. Which is just...almost a parody. And Ligue 1 is ranked lower in the uefa coefficient rankings compared to the Bundesliga. Wasn't discrediting Benzema. My comment was more about Lewandowski's amazing season going unnoticed


HerakIinos

Lewandowski does not have more assists than Benzema... not even close: 6 for Lewa and 15 for Benz Also, Lewa is scoring the amount of goals he should be scoring. His xG is almost the same as the number of goals he has. While Benzema has been massively outperforming his xG this season. In UCL he has scored 15 when he should have only 7 for example. Lewa scores more because Bundesliga is a more open league than La Liga and because Bayern creates much more quality chances for him than Madrid do for Benzema.


tecphile

How is stupidity like this upvoted? Lewandowski’s goals have come against B and C tier teams (Barca were in absolute shambles when he scored against them in September). Benzema’s goals have come in ties where RM were the underdogs against some of the best teams in Europe.


ylcard

I mean it's Bundesliga. It's not that difficult to outperform "everyone" there.


RickThiCisbih

I agree that Lewandowski is a fantastic player, but stats don't tell the entire story. For all his numbers and efficiency, Lewandowski hasn't had any big "take over the game" performances in the last few years. He scores a lot when his team is dominating, but I've seen him disappear in a big game one too many times to comfortably call him the best player in the world.


The-Berzerker

Being involved in 7 out of 7 goals vs Chelsea isn‘t „take over the game“ for you alright mate lmao. Clearly you‘re absolutely clueless so


largemanrob

Destroying Lampard's Chelsea ...


The-Berzerker

Lol okay bro, read the pre-match thread then. Everybody was expecting a close game or win for Chelsea but sure go ahead and pretend like „Lampard‘s Chelsea“ at that point was an easy opponent. r/soccer is absolutely pathetic in trying to downplay anything Bundesliga related lmao


aacod15

As a Chelsea fan, we were a fairly easy opponent. Our form at the start of the season masked how bad we were at the end


Competitive-Ad2006

How many teams do Bayern meet annually that you consider "good"? I bet none of those are in the bundesliga and that's that's thing - You can judge benzema off games against atleti and Barca while for Lewa you wait until they play a big team in the cl. On any case, he scored against Barca-but I suppose you don't consider Barca a big team anymore.


AvalonXD

Because the Bundesliga is a farmer's league and no one cares outside it. That's the reason everything else is fluff.


Slander_Name

Haven’t seen anyone put Lewa in the ballon d’or race unfortunately. For the top 3 I keep hearing the names Benzema, Salah and Mbappe in different orders. It’s a disgrace because Lewa scored more than last season and got the same trophies. Ronaldo fans are embarrassing. Since he isn’t competing with Messi this season, none of them have mentioned him. They didn’t watch Lewa play this season just like they didn’t watch him last season but this time they admit they didn’t watch him. Truly shameful


Adzzii_

It's Bundesliga. Everyone calls France the farmer's league when the far worse league was right there in Germany the whole time.


erldn123

If you play for Bayern in the Bundesliga your coefficient should be 1.5.


RichHomieWentzel

Yeah would be much harder for him to get his goals in La Liga with 4 extra games and having to face football giants such as Alaves, Levante, Cadiz, Mallorca, Granada, Elche, Getafe, Rayo, Osasuna or Vigo.


HerakIinos

La liga has a much lower goals per game ratio than Bundesliga... its just a fact bundesliga is waay more open and La Liga is way more defensive right now.


legentofreddit

> Yeah would be much harder for him to get his goals in La Liga You're obviously trying to be sarcastic but it clearly is harder to score in La Liga. Anyone with half a brain can see that. Patrick Shick has just got 24 goals in 27 games ffs.


CowNchicken12

Just ignore these shit comments


haa1987

49.5 / 33 = 1.5


Barkasia

Prepping for A-levels I see


Malvania

Weird that there are only two 20 goal scorers in the Prem with the season almost over. I would have thought it would be more


Codyyh

even though man city and liverpool have scored 10 more goals than real madrid for example. their players tend to split their scoring. lewandowski has scored 36% of bayerns goals. benzema 34% of madrids. and salah for example 24%. the difference is even bigger with man city their top scorer KDB has only 15% of man citys goals.


Pherryl

And 1/3 of these in the second last game 😂


mental_tempe

That Immobile guy is pretty good, maybe Dortmund can snatch him to replace Haaland


Lord_Sauron

And when he doesn't work out, Barca's got a pretty good striker who even does flips and shit


Pedri20

Lewa will soon join the list with these players who have won 2 or more european goldenboot Messi, ronaldo, suarez, henry, gerd muller, Diego Forlan , Eusebio, Ally, Fernando gomes, Mario jardel, Dudu He will be the 12th player in football history


sonnydabaus

Mario Jardel really just came to Portugal, scored more than a goal a game for both Porto and Sporting and just never moved to a bigger European club, lol. A quick search said that clubs like Madrid were interested in him but "he was always late for appointments" so a big move just never happened.


Irbilha

Cocaine does that.


FatBlondeNasri

Forlan is underrated wow


kaphi

> Diego Forlan Didn't expect that


Entrepinares

Lewa will win the golden booty


PM_ME_STRONG_CALVES

Not sure buddy. Close race /s


LosLocosHermanos

Swiggety swooty, he's coming for the golden booty.


one100eyes

weird not seeing messi/ronaldo


SadNYSportsFan-11209

Makes me feel old


HaroldFinch2022

First time I'm reading about Ohi, is he good?


LukaVuk545

I know I'm biased, but he's definitely not near the quality of rest of the players on the list. You should also note that these 33 goals are basically from 1.5 seasons. How? Well he scored 27 goals in Norwegian league for Molde in 2021 full season (League is played from spring to autumn) and then he joined Crvena zvezda and scored 6 goals in second half of 2021-22 season of Serbian league (This league is played from autumn to spring). It's still a decent number, but not as crazy as it sounds when you know it's over 1.5 seasons.


Comprehensive_Low_64

The Norwegian League is played over 30 games, though. He’s currently at 36 goals over 44 games, scoring 5 in the last 3. I agree with what your saying about his level compared to the others, but his run is still decent


HaroldFinch2022

Thank you!


Ramboros

He moved from a Norwegian club to a Serbian club on a free transfer this winter, which means he has effectively played one and a half season. That's why he's up there.


HaroldFinch2022

Thanks, the number of matches should be in the image


MissingLink101

It looks like he still scored 27 goals in 29 league games at Molde in the 2021 season though.


CaptainCerealCanada

No he scored 33 goals because he sucks


HaroldFinch2022

Have you heard about Afonso Alves? We thought he was good too


Vernand-J

Haha, such a legend. Remember him absolutely bossing it here in Sweden for Örgryte in 2002. But yeah, he wasn’t able to get to any top levels but it was cool that he actually got to play for the national team.


NickSupportsArsenal

Remember his hattrick for Boro against City in that 8-1 win...there can't be many players who have scored a hattrick against them since then!


HaroldFinch2022

In the PL: Agbonlahor, Mané, Vardy (2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Premier_League_hat-tricks


Cramer02

Never heard of him


Latter_

He’s been one of the best forwards in the norwegian league, scoring nearly every game for molde. Now he’s at belgrade and had 9 goals in 15 games, he’s obviously very good at his level but not close to anyone else on the list


thenorwegianblue

He's decent, but so far hasn't set the world on fire while playing against opposition from better leagues. Lacks a bit of pace and physicality to bring it to the next stage imo


Sadura

Schick played 7 games less than Lewa, assisted 1 more but scored 11 less in a team that scored overall 17 goals less than Bayern. I would love it if Bayern keep Lewa for one more year and afterwards Schick has to be the guy who repalces him. Lewa will be 34 at that point so we would have to move on from him either way.


Rudelbildung

schick also only scored two penalties. i am not sure how many lewa has but im sure its more.


Ok-Finance-7612

City clearly bought the wrong Norwegian.


Vxnxmm

Back when I lived in Norway my school was right next to Omijuanfo’s team(stæbek)’s stadium. One day we actually got to meet the players and I have his autograph. Its really cool to see how good he became.


Separate-Ad-7097

Immobile gets hate for how he plays for italy but he puts up nummbers for lazio


Phoenix-025

No Messi and Ronaldo. Fuck, we are already witnessing this


vizzleeight

I'm honestly very surprised a top club isn't taking a stab at Immobile. He feels like a very Arsenal or Chelsea transfer.


GermanHabsFan

Maybe they're a bit wary since he did terrible in Dortmund


ttychen_00

Salah flopped at Chelsea


sandbag-1

He was awful at both Dortmund and Sevilla, and is already 32.


Kakaphr4kt

He was shit outside of Italy, may be a reason.


ACMBruh

The weird thing is that he scores a lot in europe too. Just a totally Lazio dependent


MilesAboveTheEarth

Yea he seems like an utter confidence player. When he is in a comfortable, familiar situation he is a lethal striker. Take him out of his comfort zone and he shrinks like a wilted flower. It even happens with the Italian national team- only 15 goals in 55 appearances for the NT. He looked lost in the Euros even though Italy were a phenomenal team then. And tbf- he isnt the only one like this. History is packed with strikers that do incredibly well in one team and cant adjust to anything else.


astral34

Everybody likes to shit on Immobile but he would be great in Arsenal’s system and would bag a ton of goals. He’s (most likely) going to win capocannoniere again this year. I’m glad we have him and he will retire here 100%


TheKingMonkey

1) he’s 32. 2) he flopped at Dortmund.


cue-panic

The main reason above all else is that he doesn't want to leave and we have no reason to sell him


DoctorMrem

He's over 30 now and flopped badly at Dortmund. Also his absolutely terrible performances for Italy and you sort of get the idea


ungalabugala2

These responses are funny as hell. Everyone just saying he's shit, even though he always is in the top 10 scorers every year. Is Italy the paradise of a certain type of striker like Lukaku or Immobile?


kingkuba13

He gets like ten penalty shots a year that's why


TheSoccerguy124

We won’t sell him that’s why lol


CheekyKunt68

He’s pretty shit


fishcakefrenzy

Why does Immobile score so consistently but looks like such an average player? Was rubbish in the Euros.


elburrito1

The euros was one tournament. Watch him for more than a few games and he doesnt look average. Also some stuff is a bit difficult to spot, such as off the ball movement and being good at always being in the right place at the right time


TMNSkrtels

System set up perfectly for him at lazio+ like half his goals are pens every season


AmericanJazz

>half his goals are pens every season meme stat. Even in the season he won the boot 19/20 he still had more goals than anyone else in Serie A without penalties counting. I think his all time average is low 20s, which is less than other "world class" strikers and less than the serie a goats (baggio, del peiro, totti) (different players, but just goal wise) It's also absurd to just consider he plays for LAZIO (merda), and gets compared to players on farmer teams like lewa and mbappe. No disrespect to them, but really this guy punches so high above his weight. It will be sad when he retires and I am a Roma fan.


CheekyKunt68

This is a low scoring season


Vic-Ier

This was normal before Messi and Ronaldo


EggplantBusiness

I would even say it was a good season before Messi and Ronaldo


elburrito1

Yeah. When I grew up watching Serie A it felt like it was usually between Zlatan, di Natale, di Vaio, del Piero, Milito etc usually with around 20 goals. Edit: Looked through the years. Insane that Higuain was the only one with 20+ in 15/16, and he had 36. Almost double second place Dybala


nono-squaree

The winner of 2018/19(Messi) and 19/20(Immobile) season scored 36 goals exactly so how is 35 goals low?


nievesdelimon

This is what being disingenuous looks like. It appears to be low because Messi and Ronaldo scored 40 or more in a few seasons during their prime.


SANTICLAWZ

Because a couple years before that, we were seeing 40 and 50 goal seasons.


greezyo

40 and 50 goal seasons are extraordinary, and would've been super rare if not for Messi and Ronaldo. There's a good chance we won't see another season with that many goals in a decade


Kingslayer1526

Tbf Lewandowski literally scored 41 last year and that too in 29 games. Bundesliga has 4 less games as well


uchiha_boy009

He should have won Ballon d’or last year.


SANTICLAWZ

That’s the point…oml the reading comprehension is atrocious.


Iemand-Niemand

That does put the whole Salah thing in perspective.


orignalspacemonkey

He scored 16 in 20 games in PL before leaving for AFCON and since then has had his worst scoring run in a liverpool shirt with scoring 6 (3 npg) in 14 games. He has great assist numbers this season, I think he has the second most assist in that list behind Mbappe so its been a great overall season for him regardless.


Black_XistenZ

Note how he is the only non-center-striker on the list. He's much more involved in the buildup play than Immobile, Haaland and so on.


forsakenpear

He was in insane form in the first half of the season (I think he was first or second in the race at New Year), which is when everyone was suggesting Ballon d'Or. Since AFCON he has slowed down massively on scoring. Still playing well, and assisting a bunch, but he's been much less clinical.


lordfifth1212

Thing?


saddom_

showing your ignorance here a bit pal. no one has scored more than 23 goals in the english league for four years now, since salah himself got the record of 32 in his first season ( this is a much lower record than the other top 5 leagues ). there hasn't been a European shoe winner from the epl in nearly ten years. not trying to be that guy but it's called a tough league for a reason


ofsquire

Nice to see Ohi Omoijuanfo in the top 5


Reo_ianu

All these big names and then there’s Ohi Omoijuanfo


JDaVincic

He’s massive idk what you’re on about


Bulbchanger5000

I don’t remember, has any PL club in the last year or so expressed real interest in Schick? Seems like he would be perfect for a top half club that is doing well but needs a proper goals scorer


Cherries_N_Coke

Crazy to see Haaland in there, feels like he missed half of the season.


Wengers_Grin

Lewa will become the 5th player to win 2 golden shoes back to back since its inception at the end of the 60s, after Ally McCoist (91/92, 92/93) Thierry Henry (03/04, 04/05), Lionel Messi (11/12, 12/13 and 16/17, 17/18, 18/19) and Cristiano Ronaldo (13/14 and 14/15).


linqqan

First time in 15+ years we dont have a player there 😥


Appearance_Annual

Wait am I being dumb or is mitrovic supposed to be there


HellsBlazez

It’s based on coefficient. Top 5 leagues get two points per goal, while lower leagues get 1.5 or 1, because it’s easier to score. I think the championship has 1 point per goal so he would be on 43 points, just missing out. EDIT: appears that the golden boot is only for the top divisions in each country, so the championship is not considered for it.


Appearance_Annual

Ok thank you


nievesdelimon

Besides the coefficient goals/games should be taken into account. If it were closer and someone in the 1. Bundesliga scores 35 in 34 and is beaten by someone scoring 36 in 38 elsewhere it wouldn’t be fair.


yourbrainoncbd

Mitro has more. Lol


Hmar193

Give it to Benzema already


xckd9

Ohi best norwegian striker? Did City buy the wrong one?


ritwikjs

this list makes you realise just how unreal messi and ronaldo were for that 6 or so year period


kingkuba13

Lewandowski has more goals in less games played than Messi/Ronaldo the last 6 years. It is unreal how they padded their stats against bum la liga teams all those year.


Weary-Reference-6200

I expect dusan vlahovic to do great things


jadedwolf1618

If Lewy moves, big chance that he won't be able to produce these numbers again. We've made a system around him like Messi or cr7 at Barca and real. Both parties will suffer, but if Lewy thinks it's for the best, then eh


tecphile

I suspect it will be a rude awakening for him next year if he does leave. People like to point to national team output as a counterpoint that "lOoK tHeY cAn Do iT wiTH aNy TeAm!!$%" But that's a completely asinine comparison. For one thing, the national team is also built around these individuals. Some players and teams are just a marriage made in heaven. Show me one example of a guy who managed to maintain *the same level* after switching teams. Ronaldo proves that the best you can hope for is to recede back to a “really good” level rather than god-tier.


Black_XistenZ

With Ronaldo, it was imho more an age-catching-up thing, and Juve's midfield lacking both power and creativity.


tecphile

Sure. But I think even Ronaldo would agree that his numbers would have been better had he stayed at RM.


babref

Delusional if you think nagelsman tried to play for lewy


Afjoo

If he can produce great numbers with our Polish NT doing pretty much everything by himself then I'm confident that he will produce these numbers anywhere else.


wuuutek

Agreed, a team which builds an attack around him could lead to even greater success than that at Bayern IMO. I think in recent times our strategy hasn't benefitted him.


mr_salsa123

Maybe he wants a challenge outside of ucl


forsakenpear

Easier to score in BuLi than La Liga too


wuuutek

I disagree. The 'system' hasn't been working for him in recent times with his positioning being a bit further back than before and more emphasis being put on the wingers and blind crosses, and yet he still scores. I'd say his duo with Muller is one of the biggest factors contributing to his success but I wouldn't go as far as to say that that wouldn't work in a different club. He's deadly in the box and if he gets the ball he will score. A different team that understands his strengths and feeds passes to him could lead to comparable stats.


jango1867

It’s sad seeing messi and ronaldo being nowhere near stuff like this now


CodeVirus

This looks like my FIFA 22 Career Mode team.


4dxn

how does serie a and ligue 1 have the same coefficient as PL? i can see la liga having the same but not those two.


fishcakefrenzy

Uber Eats having a coefficient of 2 is a joke btw


DekiTree

why has Ligue 1 got a 2 coefficient


SANTICLAWZ

Smartest English fan


PAT_The_Whale

Top 5 league


Bright-Blue

Ben Yedder has been quality for years but no one ever talks about him


ylcard

I'm sorry but if anyone other than Benzema wins anything it's nonsense. I will die on this plateau.


kingkuba13

Wins what? He's average at best and had a couple lucky games.