Top ten strikers in football now


Some people will argue that it doesn't make sense to award the Player of the Season award to a defender. The most difficult thing in football is scoring goals, which makes the role of forwards on the field the most important. Well, the transfer market will agree. The highest fees are usually charged by the people most often harassed, and a decent killer can hide a lot of sins from his team. Of course, becoming a forward is no longer just completion. You have to persevere, connect the game, push, run the channel, harass the defense. These guys certainly have a lasting effect... Note: This list is made up of players who acted as centers instead of forwards, and you can find these players here. Sorry Kylian Mbappé, Mo Salah, and others: You have played more games in the band this season.

10.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)

For many years, Dominic Calvert-Lewis intended to be wings, here, here, Lomerukak was hot $ U2019T opponent heating. Like a great room before him, I felt DCL has increased to assume a mantle like Everton \\ U2019S Mainman. Calvert-Lewin makes it a complete striker. Aerospace threats with strong movements, good feet of Oh, amazing York Salman in an interview after the game to Boot-York Salman is nailed to Great Britain if the captain is amazing, thank you. The stars of him are still upstairs

9.Andre Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt)

For 38 million euros, Andre Silva was a huge disappointment at AC Milan. He needs time to regain the rhythm he showed in Porto, but his performance in the Bundesliga this season has rekindled the excitement of the Portuguese striker. Silva has 25 goals and 5 assists in 30 games in Frankfurt this season. That is a watch, here you are. The assassin's comprehensive work on the team is amazing, and their teamwork has benefited Luka Jovic and Daichi Kamada. This summer, he may be a smart move for the ambitious Premier League team.

8. Edinson Cavani (Manchester United)

He lived in the shadow of Ibrahimovic, and then Neymar and Mbappé joined Paris Saint-Germain, just as the spotlight was about to turn to his chiseled features. For a long time, he has been the country's second most respected striker after Luis Suarez, and is now Manchester United's "Mason Greenwood's chief mentor." When will people begin to recognize Edinson Cavani as the number one artist he has been for many years? Cavani is 34 years old, but his running is still strong enough to easily break through the Premier League defense. Compared with Rashford, Martial and Greenwood are also fascinating; the Uruguayan can still use his power to deter defenders, considering that he is not the most natural attacker in the world. The performance is impressive, and the data confirms this. Recently, he also renewed his contract for Old Trafford for a year, and this is for good reason.

7. Ciro Immobile (Lazio)

Ciro Immobile has scored 123 goals in 175 league games with Lazio. He was hired for \u00a37.5 million, and there are four years left on the current contract. How valuable is that? Hero Ciro is your Serie A forward prototype related to the league. His scoring sense is perfect and his running is extremely destructive. In a division full of talented forwards and shrewd defenders ready to elbow your ribs, the 31-year-old Immobile is still in the game. The pinnacle.

6. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)

Ok, Kalim Benzuma kills the myth that there was nothing, except for the blade for the real Christianoronado. The attraction of the 2010 Star of 2010 is BBC, and Benzema was an integral central character of that trio. The French have passed for years. It has been a few years, regardless of whether or not. It is either. It is either. Thank you very much, as Dorado as other galactic. 

5. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)

We have reached the point where we can legally brand CR7 as a suitable forward. Today, he plays for Juventus, he's still as old as ever, impressive. If there is any mindset ad that can make you survive, it must be Ronaldo. He scored 100 goals with Juventus - already - and is close to the record for international scorers. He was once ranked first or second on these lists, but considering that he is now 36 years old, his club has had a miserable season, and was anonymous in the knockout stages of the Champions League, we believe he will become a fifth of the world ... ... Or maybe not

4. Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan)

The rise of Romel is one of the most glories in the history of recent soccer. He was around plug in the square hole in Manchester United, and now it's a spectacular getaway star, raising Internal Dale. However, people tend to point to Belgium as violent and strong, and it is an underestimated aspect of the game. He can easily change the defender, it is always in the right location \\ u2019s and the chemistry of it with other fronts, not his chemistry in Lautaro Martínez and Alexis Sánchez and Eden Hazard international level. The same. He will be one of the best players on earth in the last two years. 

3. Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund)

Salzburg Red Bull: 17 goals in 16 league games. Dortmund: 41 league games and 38 games. It's scary to think of how good Erling Haaland will be at 21, let alone 25 or 30. In the last 12 months, the goofy blonde giant has become the world's most sought-after gamer. He's fast, he's very strong and he can find the corner of the net with his eyes closed, not only that, but he also has a habit of delivering when it matters. Dortmund had a shaky season, but imagine what they would be like without this true world-class talent at the helm.

2. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

For a while, we wondered what kind of 0 balls very hard, but there is no other way. Maybe we just don't look closely enough. The captain of England has gradually become a forward Swiss Army knife. Passing range makes a common midfielder cry, and running off the ball can tear a defense apart. He has 31 goals this season and frankly, he has supported Tottenham Hotspur. He was once the best player in the league in the penalty area-he is now almost a player outside the penalty area.

1. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

If Robert Lewandoffs can face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals in the basic season, then this tie may be another matter. All season you can move to another area. This is the influence of the Great Pole: he is one of the twelve best players in Bayern Munich's Arsenal. Lewandowski scored 55 in 47 games in all competitions last season; this season he has 46 in 38 games. This is ridiculous. You should also retire at age 32. Lewandowski had everything in his locker and was always one step ahead of everyone else. His shooting ability is unmatched and he can always be in the right position at the right time. This is not by chance: if the ball lands on him, there is only one result. In another universe, he's set to win his second Champions League medal in multiple seasons. He is still the best striker in the world.