Five best European Leagues were in action last weekend. As usual, the Premier League got the lion share of attention from all corners of the World. However, Cristiano Ronaldo transferred to Serie A with millions of fans around the World. The goals are coming and Juventus fans are happy. Today, we want to focus on best scorers in 2018 alone in Europe five best Leagues. Who is the king of 2018?
6. Robert Lewandowski- 17 Goals (17 Apps)
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Bayern Munich lifted their 6th Bundesliga title last season. They are expected to easily win the League once again in 2018/19 season. The team looks even stronger under the stewardship of Niko Kovac. The influence of top striker Robert Lewandowski is diminishing as the new Coach tries to reduce team overreliance on his goals. However, last weekend, he scored a penalty against Schalke to push his 2018 tally to 17 goals in 17 matches in all competitions. The Poland international is difficult to stop on his day.
5. Luis Suarez- 18 Goals (24 Apps)
📊 | Luis Suarez in his last 4 games (club and country):
– 5 goals
– 2 assists pic.twitter.com/LghDQpwNip
— Barça Universal (@BarcaUniversal) September 22, 2018
Barcelona goal machine Luis Suarez is reportedly slowing down due to age but 18 goals in 24 appearances in 2018 alone prove otherwise. The Uruguayan forward is still a force to reckon with in La Liga and European football. The 31-year-old now needs to become even more clinical in front of goal to keep his place in the team. A number of youngsters are ready to dislodge him if he fails to fire, they include Ousmane Dembele and Malcom.
4. Mohamed Salah- 18 Goals (21 Apps)
— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions 🏆) (@LFC) September 23, 2018
Mohamed Salah has struggled to score goals this season so far but he found the net last weekend against Southampton. The pundits’ claim he is out of form but 18 goals in 21 appearances in 2018 alone clearly show they are wrong. The Egyptian is just getting started and he will score more goals as the season progress. He will find it hard to replicate 2017/18 form but the team is stronger now and that means responsibilities will be shared. He lifted Premier League Golden Boot last season with a record 32 goals.