- Lewandowski is topping the list of highest goalscorers in Europe's top 5 Leagues
- The Bayern Munich striker has currently registered 39 goals for his club
- Lionel Messi with 28 goals occupies second position on the table
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has emerged as the leading scorer so far this season in Europe with the Polish netting 39 goals for the German champions in incredible style.
Robert Lewandowski has for the past three seasons been incredible for Bayern Munich in all competitions as he helped them to win the Champions League title last term.
Bayern Munich tried their best this term in the Champions League, but Lewandowski and his teammates will have to watch the final between Chelsea and Manchester City on television.
In Bayern Munich's last League game against Borussia Monchengladbach, Robert Lewandowski produced another incredible performance netting three goals in the tie.
He is now 11 goals ahead of second-placed Lionel Messi who has drawn two consecutive blanks in LaLiga with his latest coming against Atletico Madrid.
His rival Ronaldo also failed to add to his tally of 27 Serie A goals on Sunday night as Juventus lost 3-0 to AC Milan in what was a heartbreaking defeat for the Old Lady.
See below top 10 scorers this term in Europe according to report on Laduma
1. Robert Lewandowski with 39 goals
2. Lionel Messi with 28 goals
3. Cristiano Ronaldo with 27 goals
4. Erling Haaland with 25 goals
5. Kylian Mbappe with 25 goals
6. Andre Silva with 25 goals
7. Gerard Moreno with 21 goals
8. Karim Benzema with 21 goals
9. Harry Kane with 21 goals
10. Luis Muriel with 21 goals
Meanwhile, all these 10 players are playing in Europe's top five Leagues.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how for failing to inspire the Old Lady past AC Milan in the Serie A over the weekend, Italian press Gazzetta dello Sport has rated Cristiano Ronaldo low for his performance in the fixture.
Italian Serie A side Juventus are set to make a huge decision over the future of their manager, Andrea Pirlo after the club suffered a relatively poor season.
Andrea Pirlo’s men were condemned to a 3-0 defeat at the Allianz Stadium by AC Milan as their race to finish in the Champions League position suffers a major setback.
A goal each from Brahim Diaz, Ante Rebic, and Fikayo Tomori handed the visitors their first win over the Old Lady in Turin since March 2011.