Robert Lewandowski scored 16 goals to lead the top scorer’s table for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Matches.
The two strikers who also have 16 goals to their credit aside Lewandowski are; Mohammad Al-Sahlawi and Ahmed Khalil.
The three players are leading Ballon D’or favourite and Portugal Striker Cristiano Ronaldo on the table with a goal difference.
The Real Madrid ace has 15 goals to his credit from the 10 qualifying matches Portugal played to book their ticket for the Russia 2018 tournament.
Ronaldo leads Tim Cahill, Romelu Lukaku and Sardar Azmoun with four goals difference as the trio occupy the fourth, fifth and sixth spot of top goal scorer table with 11 goals each to their credit.
Sardar Azmoun also has 11 goals in his purfew to occupy spot number seven on the World Cup Qualifiers Top Scorers Table.
Running a count-down to ten on the top scorers table, Omar Kharbin and Edinson Cavani have scored 10 goals each and they occupy spot number eight and nine respectively.
The last but not the least on the World Cup Qualifiers Top Scorers Table, Carlos Ruiz, scored nine goals so far as the qualifiers move closer to climax.
Worthy to note that Lionel Messi who scired scored three goals in Argentina last qualifying match has a total of seven goals during the qualifiers, Alex Sanchez is also on the same gial Margin also with Felipe Calcireo.
See below the table of the top 10 scorers and other FIFA’s statistics from the qualifying matches so far.
WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS TOP 10 SCORERS
PLAYER – GOALS SCORED*
- Robert Lewandowski – 16
- Mohammad Al-Sahlawi – 16
- Ahmed Khalil – 16
- Cristiano Ronaldo – 15
- Tim Cahill – 11
- Romelu Lukaku – 11
- Sardar Azmoun – 11
- Omar Kharbin – 10
- Edinson Cavani – 10
- Carlos Ruiz – 9
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