Ligue 1 currently has some of the finest attacking forces on the continent right now, with these incredible superstars performing extraordinarily and firing their respective teams in front of goal as they continue to battle it out in the French top fight during the season.

5. Nicolas Pepe

It has been a very prolific year in front of goal for the Ivory Coast International who has attracted a lot of interest from European elite clubs with his incredible talent and amazing performances for Les Dogues so far during the term.

Nicolas Pepe has been a huge attacking force in the Ligue 1 this season, notching 8 impressive goals and 7 decent assists in 13 appearances.

4. Edinson Cavani

Cavani has been quite exceptional in the offensive third of the pitch, penetrating into the dangerous areas and using his intelligent positioning to put himself in the right place for goalscoring chances.

In 9 Ligue 1 appearances, the Uruguayan has found the inside of the net a whopping 9 times for Paris Saint Germain so far this season as well as setting up his teammates twice.

3. Neymar Junior

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Neymar moved to the French league during the previous summer in a world-record deal from Barcelona and he needed a very little time to make the division his own, finishing the last campaign with an impressive 19 goals and 13 assists despite suffering a terrible injury.

The Brazilian has come out even stronger this term, putting in extraordinary efforts and firing The Parisians in front of goal as they look to defend the Ligue 1 title during the campaign. With 10 goals and 6 assists to his name in 11 appearances, the former Barcelona superstar is definitely one of the most impressive attackers in the French division right now.

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