The Champions League top scorer ranking after the fourth round

The Champions League top scorer ranking after the fourth round.. Learn about Salah’s ranking

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is the top scorer in the Champions League.

After the end of the fourth round of the group stage of the tournament, after he scored a hat-trick in the Bavarian victory over Benfica, 5-2.

UEFA Champions League top scorer

Robert Lewandowski scored 3 goals, made a goal and missed a penalty in his 100th Champions League match, to bring Bayern Munich to the playoffs by leading Group E with 12 points after his fourth victory, with the full mark.

The Polish, in his 100th participation in the Champions League, consolidated his position as the third best scorer in the history of the competition behind Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentine star Lionel Messi.

Lewandowski, the top scorer of the competition in the 2019-2020 season, raised his score to 8 goals, ahead of French Ajax striker Sebastien Heller, runner-up with 7 goals.

Fourth place is Adama Traore, the Moldovan player of Sheriff Tiraspol, with 6 goals, while our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, occupies the fourth place with 5 goals.

He is joined by Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, the Manchester United striker and the historical scorer of the competition, who scored two goals for his team against Atalanta, Italy.

He is also equal with Salah, the French Christopher Nkono, the German Leipzig scorer, and Antonio Kollak, the Swedish player from Malmo.

UEFA Champions League top scorer

The Champions League top scorers are as follows:

Poland’s Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich): 8 goals

French Sebastien Hilaire (Ajax): 7 goals

Malian Adama Traore (Sheriff) 6 goals

Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 5 goals

Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United): 5 goals

French Christopher Nkono (Leipzig): 5 goals

Croatian Antonio Kulak (Malmo) 5 goals

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