All the big leagues in Europe are fully underway. With that in mind, the goalscorers have started to show their prowess as well. In this article, we will take a look at the players with the most goals-per-game ratio in Europe’s top five leagues in 2021.
5. Mohamed Salah – Goals (30), GPG (0.75)
Salah recently scored his 107th Premier League goal with a hat-trick against Manchester United. He is now the African with the most Premier League goals of all time. The Liverpool winger shows no signs of stopping and currently leads the race for the Golden Boot.
4. Karim Benzema – Goals (33), GPG (0.77)
Benzema seems unrivalled for the Pichichi Trophy now that Messi has left for PSG. The Real Madrid striker continues to be at the forefront of the attack and has already netted 9 times in the league. He
3. Lionel Messi – Goals (31), GPG (0.86)
The Argentinian took a while to get started at PSG. But, he now has his first goals at his new club. After the outstanding individual season that Messi had with Barcelona in 20/21, he has one of the highest goals-per-game ratio. Messi is hailed as arguably the greatest footballer of all time.
2. Erling Haaland – Goals (37), GPG (1.00)
Haaland is widely expected to be the best player in the world in the upcoming years. He has already started scoring at an unstoppable rate for Dortmund. The Norwegian is only 21, but is one of the best strikers in the world right now.
1. Robert Lewandowski – Goals (46), GPG (1.26)
Robert Lewandowski broke Gerd Muller’s record of scoring 40 goals in one Bundesliga season. He has the highest goals-per-game ratio of all players in Europe right now, and many believe that he deserves to win the Ballon d’Or award for his performances in 2021. The goal tally will surely cross 50 by the end of the year.