Which duo has the most goal contributions in Europe this season?
League titles and golden boots are at stake, and many of the big stars of Europe’s elite clubs are proving their worth by scoring vital goals as we prepare for the final third of the season.
But which two players combined have scored the most goals in Europe’s Big Five leagues? Goals are one thing, but with assists thrown into the equation to give a fuller picture of the creative prowess on display, who comes out on top?
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While the numbers (via transfer market) speak for themselves, the relative absence of traditional strikers on the roster should be noted as many clubs offer striker-midfield combinations when it comes to their most productive pairings.
1. Manchester City: Erling Haaland (27 goals + 4 assists) and Kevin De Bruyne (4 + 13)
Total goals scored: 48
He may have scored ‘only’ two goals in his last five league appearances, but Haaland’s early-season surplus propelled Manchester City to the top of that ranking (if not the Premier League tables) and the Norwegian powerhouse has already scored 31 league goals on your account. own.
Phil Foden also scored eight goals and provided four assists, which means that he will score 43 goals with Haaland.
2. PSG: Neymar (13+11) and Lionel Messi (12+12)
Total goals scored: 48
With this talent pool, PSG have been top of the Ligue 1 table since the first game week of the 2022-2023 season. Neymar and Messi score and assist equally, literally 24 each.
Ligue 1 top scorer Kylian Mbappé has scored 17 goals this season and provided three assists, so he would score 44 goals paired with Messi or Neymar.
3. Napoli: Victor Osimkhen (19+4) and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (10+11)
Total goals scored: 44
Napoli are the best team in Serie A this campaign and will most likely be the favorite to win. Scudettothe first club since 1989-90. Partonopei confidently outperformed the rest of the league, and breakout stars Osimkhen and Kvaratskhelia formed a truly formidable partnership.
4. Arsenal: Bukayo Saka (10+9) and Martin Odegaard (9+7)
Total goals scored: 35
The Gunners worked their way to the top of the Premier League table, thanks in part to Saki’s superb performance. Captain Odegaard also pulled strings to do his part, with striker Gabriel Martinelli scoring 11 goals and 2 assists.
5. Entrance to Frankfurt: Randal Kolo Muani (10+12) and Daichi Kamada (7+5)
Total goals scored: 34
Frankfurt may not enjoy these two for much longer, as a summer move looks likely for both, but they will enjoy them as long as they last. Kolo Muani leads in scoring after an impressive World Cup between France and Japan. Kamada makes the German team also aim for Europe.
6. Bayern Munich: Jamal Musiala (11+8) and Serge Gnabry (9+5)
Total goals scored: 33
After the departure of Robert Lewandowski in the summer, Bayern switched to their attacking midfielders to carry the burden of goals scored, with Musiala and Gnabry sharing the trophy. However, the Bavarians lead the Bundesliga, albeit only because of their (admittedly vastly superior) goal difference over Dortmund.
7. Monaco: Wissam Ben Yedder (14+4) and Brel Embolo (12+2)
Total goals scored: 32
Monaco are third in Ligue 1, just a couple of points behind second-placed Marseille. However, their highest scoring duo easily outperform their l’OM rival (forward Alexis Sanchez and left-back Nuno Tavares, 15 goals and one assist combined) with 13 games remaining.