There are a couple of surprise names joining the usual suspects as we assess the men with the most goals across Europe's top five leagues in the calendar year of 2019 so far.
Robert Lewandowski is on fire at the moment for Bayern Munich, and he has carried that form into a Poland jersey, after scoring a hat-trick for his country last night against Latvia.
It's no surprise to see Argentinian duo Lionel Messi and Sergio Agüero near the top of the pile, such is their consistency and brilliance in front of goal. The same can be said for the experienced Real Madrid number 9 Karim Benzema, and 20-year-old PSG superstar Kylian Mbappé. This list really is a who's who of European football royalty.
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang today scooped the September's Premier League Player of the Month award and deserves his place among the world's elite strikers.
Colombian forward Duvan Zapata's goals in 2018/2019 were instrumental in leading Atalanta to the Champions League for the first time in the club's history, and he's already got six goals and two assists in six starts in Serie A this term.
Premier League duo Raheem Sterling and Sadio Mané continue to score goals at rapid rates for Manchester City and Liverpool respectively, and they look set to battle for the title in England again. That battle will go down to the wire and largely depend on these key men.
Rounding off the list, Frenchman Wissam Ben Yedder quietly continues to produce impressive goal numbers with his hard-working approach. He's started life at new club Monaco in fine form, scoring six goals in six Ligue starts in 2019/2020.