World Cup 2022: Top scorers ranking

World Cup 2022: Top scorers ranking

Find out throughout the 2022 FIFA World Cup (November 20 – December 18) the top scorers standings.

8 goals

Mbappe (France)

7 goals

Messi (Argentina)

4 goals

Giroud (France), Alvarez (Argentina)

3 goals

Alvaro Morata (Spain), Gakpo (Netherlands), Ramos (Portugal), Rashford (England), Richarlison (Brazil), Saka (England), Valencia (Ecuador)

2 goals

Aboubakar (Cameroon), Al Dosari (Saudi Arabia), Cho (South Korea), De Arrascaeta (Uruguay), Doan (Japan), Embolo (Switzerland), En-Nesyri (Morocco), B. Fernandes (Portugal), Füllkrug (Germany), Havertz (Germany), Kane (England), Kramaric (Croatia), Kodos (Ghana), Liao (Portugal), Lewandowski (Poland), Mitrovic (Serbia), Neymar (Brazil), Taremi (Iran), Torres (Spain), Weghorst (Netherlands)

one goal

Abou Khalil (Morocco), Akanji (Switzerland), Al-Shehri (Saudi Arabia), Asano (Japan), Ayo (Ghana), Bell (Wales), Batshuayi (Belgium), Bellingham (England), Blind (Country-Bass), Bockarie (Ghana), Caicedo (Ecuador), Casemiro (Brazil), Castelletto (Cameroon), Chavez (Mexico), Chesme (Iran), Choupo-Moting (Cameroon), Christensen (Denmark), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Davies (Canada ), De Jong (Netherlands), Depay (Netherlands), Dia (Senegal), Didio (Senegal), Deng (Senegal), Duke (Australia), Dumfries (Netherlands), Felix (Portugal), Fernandez (Argentina), Foden ( England), Freuler (Switzerland), Fuller (Costa Rica), Gavi (Spain), Gnabry (Germany), Goodwin (Australia), Grealish (England), Guerreiro (Portugal), Gündogan (Germany), Henderson (England), Huang ( South Korea), Khazri (Tunisia), Kim Young-Gwon (South Korea), Claassen (Netherlands), Coulibaly (Senegal), Lekki (Australia), Livaja (Croatia), McAllister (Argentina), Maeda (Japan), Majer (Croatia), Marco Asensio (Gne Spain), Mar Tin (Mexico), Milinkovic-Savic (Serbia), Molina Lucero (Argentina), Muntari (Qatar), Olmo (Spain), Paik (South Korea), Paqueta (Brazil), Pavlovic (Serbia), Pepe (Portugal), Perisic (Croatia), Petkovic (Croatia), Pulisic (USA), Rabiot (France), Rezaian (Iran), Ricardo Horta (Portugal), Sais (Morocco), Salisu (Ghana), Sarr (Senegal), Shaqiri (Switzerland) ), Soler (Spain), Sterling (England), Tanaka (Japan), Chuamine (France), Tejeda (Costa Rica), Vinicius Jr. (Brazil), Vlahović (Serbia), Weah (United States), Wright (United States) ), Zielinski (Poland), Ziyech (Morocco), T. Hernandez (France), Kolo Mwani (France), Di Maria (Argentina).

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