Salah is slowly approaching Lewandowski and Haller

Egyptian Mohamed Salah scored his eighth goal in six Champions League matches, with Liverpool’s victory over Inter Milan on Wednesday in Italy and leads the group’s top scorer podium this season.

And in the other match of the evening, the French winger Kingsley Coman scored his second goal in the European Championship, in response to the opening goal by Chikubwicki Adamu, who reached the standings.

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Ranking of top scorers in the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League:
10 goals: Haller (Ajax Amsterdam).
9 goals: Lewandowski (Bayern Munich).
8 goals: Salah (Liverpool)
7 goals: Nkunko (RB Leipzig).
6 goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), Mahrez (Manchester City).
5 goals: Benzema (Real Madrid), Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), Messi (Paris Saint-Germain), Sane (Bayern Munich).
4 goals: Dangomar Grünfeld (Villarreal), Goncalves (Sporting Portugal), Griezmann (Atletico Madrid).

3 goals: Adeimi (Salzburg), Andre Silva (RB Leipzig), Berghuis (Ajax Amsterdam), David (Lille), Dybala (Juventus Torino), Dzeko (Inter Milan), Firmino (Liverpool), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City). Haaland (Dortmund), Malin (Dortmund), Nunez (Benfica), Okafor (Salzburg), Paulinho (Sporting Portugal), Reus (Dortmund), Sterling (Manchester City), Vanaken (Club Brugge), Werner (Chelsea), Zapata (Atalanta Bergamo)

Two goals: Alvaro Morata (Juventus Turin), Anthony (Ajax Amsterdam), Azmon (Zenit St Petersburg), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City), Cancelo (Manchester City), E. Capoy (Villarreal), Chiesa (Juventus Turin), Claudinho ( Zenit Saint Petersburg), Cotes (Sporting Portugal), Koeman (Bayern Munich), Diaz (Porto and then Liverpool), Dos Santos Pedro (Shakhtar Donetsk), Fernando (Shakhtar), Foden (Manchester City), Forsberg (Leipzig), Gnabry ( Bayern Munich), Jorginho (Chelsea), Kroos (Real Madrid), Lukaku (Chelsea), Mane (Liverpool), Muller (Bayern Munich), Nmecha (Wolfsburg), Rakitic (Sevilla), Reets (Club Brugge), Rodrygo (Real). Madrid), Sarabia (Sporting Portugal), Sepacho (Young Boys), Stephen (Wolfsburg), Szoboszlai (Leipzig), Thiel (Sheriff), Traore (Sheriff), Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid) (Paris SG), B. Yilmaz ( night)

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1 goal: Adamo (Salzburg), Aki (Manchester City), Alaba (Real Madrid), Alex Sandro (Juventus Turin), Baku (Wolfsburg), Bellingham (Dortmund), Blind (Ajax Amsterdam), Brozovic (Inter Milan), Xaluba . (Chelsea), Chubo-Moting (Bayern Munich), Christensen (Chelsea), Chukwueze (Villarreal), Correa (Atletico Madrid), De Paul (Atletico Madrid), De Vrij (Inter Milan), Demiral (Atalanta Bergamo), Diaz (A bad). AC Milan), Elia (Young Boys), Fati (Barcelona), Froeller (Atalanta Bergamo), Garmash (Dynamo Kiev), Gerard Moreno (Villarreal), Gazelle (Besiktas), Gilberto Junior (Benfica), Gomez (Lille), Goossens. (Atalanta Bergamo), Grealish (Manchester City), Greenwood (Manchester United), Guy (Paris Saint-Germain), Haverts (Chelsea), Hefty (Young Boys), Henderson (Liverpool), Herrera (Paris Saint-Germain), Hudson-Odoi ( Chelsea). ), Ikone (Lille), Ilicic (Atalanta Bergamo), James (Chelsea), Joan Jordan (Sevilla), Jota (Liverpool), Kane (Juventus Torino), Keita (Liverpool), Klassen (Ajax Amsterdam), Kulusevsky (Juventus) . Torino), K Ozyev (Zenit Saint Petersburg), Larin (Besiktas), Leao (AC Milan), Maguire (Manchester United), Malinovsky (Atalanta Bergamo), Marco Asensio (Real Madrid), Messias (AC Milan), Mir (Sevilla), Montero (Besiktas), Morato (Benfica), Moreno (Villarreal), Mukele (Leipzig), Morel (Atalanta-Bergamo), Musiala (Bayern Munich), Neres (Ajax Amsterdam), Ngamelio (Young Boys), Nikolov (Sharif), Ocampos ( Sevilla), Oliveira (Porto), Origi (Liverpool), Ozdoev (Zenit Saint Petersburg), Paco Alcacer (Villarreal), Palmer (Manchester City), Palomino (Atalanta Bergamo), Basalek (Atalanta Bergamo), Pessina (Atalanta Bergamo) Pino (Villarreal), Pique (Barcelona), Boro (Sporting Portugal), Rafa Silva (Benfica), Rakitsky (Zenit St Petersburg), Rashford (Manchester United), Rebek (AC Milan), Rieder (Young Boys), Rex (Malmo). ), Rodriguez (Benfica), Sanchez (Inter Milan), Sancho (Manchester United), Santos (Sporting Portugal), Ciero (Young Boys), Skriniar (Inter Milan), Suarez (Athletic) Madrid), Sosek (Salzburg), Soturm Yen (Zenit Saint Petersburg), Tabata (Sporting Portugal), Tadic (Ajax Amsterdam), Taremi (Porto), Telles (Manchester United), Thiago Alcantara (Liverpool), Tomori (AC Milan), Trigeros Munoz (Villarreal), Vidal (Inter Milan), Walker (Manchester City), Wendell (Zenit Saint Petersburg), Whopper (Salzburg), Yakhchibuyev (Sheriff), Jansan (Sheriff), Yarchuk (Benfica), Zyech (Chelsea)

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Top scorers in the Champions League since 1992/93 (excluding preliminary rounds):
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) 140 goals
2. Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) 125
3. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 82
4. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) 76
5- Raul 71
6. Ruud van Nistelrooy 56
7. Thierry Henry and Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) 50
9- Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) 48
. Andrey Shevchenko 48

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