Who will score most goals in 2022?


Who will score most goals in 2022?

The Football World Cup is on the top of list when we talk about games. No doubt Football is the most popular and thrilling game. Everybody is curious to know who will win the football world cup and who will be the top goal scorer. today's list will give you good picture about the top 10 football players and top 10 goal scorer.

Who will score most goals in 2022?
Who will score most goals in 2022?


Cristiano Ronaldo

(Manchester United)

Ronaldo Plays on the position of Centre forward and remains one of the best in keeping the foot ball and cool in scoring goals against opponents.


Trent Alexander-Arnold


To be honest it is not possible to compare between  defenders, midfielders and forwards however when talking about Alexander-Arnold's his strength is his speed it is almost impossible to catch him from back when he is dragging the ball toward goal. he is one of the best full back in the world and just at the age of 23.


Karim Benzema

(Real Madrid)

Benzema has made a flourishing return to the list as he continues to enjoy an Indian summer after nearly two decades in the game.

Madrid have overlooked the Real Madrid talisman for big-money names in the Galactico style in recent years, but they always end up going back to the reliable Frenchman.

He didn't make this list based on his 17 goals in 21 La Liga games this season, he produced three back-to-back 20-goal seasons before that with a stack of assists that attest to his work rate, unselfishness and influence in determining Madrid's success.


Harry Kane


[raises shield] We know it can take some heat, but despite all of Harry Kane's troubles in 2021/2022 so far, he is simply one of the best strikers in the world and deserves his seat at the top of the table in terms of world talent overall.

Kane has comfortably scored more than 20 goals every time he has played more than 30 Premier League games for Tottenham in a season. During the other campaigns, which were heavily affected by injuries, he still recorded high points.

The English talisman is more than just raw statistics. His range of passing, his technique, his vision and his playmaking abilities set him apart from almost any other striker on the planet.


Erling Haaland


We come to the first player on the list with the strongest potential to reach the hallowed place of number one on the list in a few years.

Haaland has been glorious since bursting onto the professional soccer scene.

With the height of 6'4", the power he has only the few will be able to contain him. In the two and a half seasons between the summer of 2019 and the beginning of 2022, Haaland scored 72 goals in 71 league games. He is ready for the top.


Kylian Mbappe


Haaland's main competitor for the title of 'best player in the world' is undoubtedly Kylian Mbappe. now finally the top 4 player comes and surprisingly the list I've for goal scorer in the world cup of 2022 they are above 29 or just 29.

He is an accelerator booster and just at the age of 23 he has scored 88 goals in 100 PSG league games and again 24 goals in 53 games for the French national team.

When Mbappe runs at you, there's nothing you can do but cry and pray for backup. His tight control is second to none and his clinical finishing ability is the icing on the cake.


Mohamed Salah


In terms of pure form, Salah is probably number 2 in the world right now, but we're trying to take into account a whole range of criteria here.

Salah's direct running may be considered rudimentary by football snobbery, but there's no denying his effectiveness. There are few players in the world better at lifting the ball out and driving across - or into - the box at speed.

He is Liverpool's mascot, their symbol, their Egyptian king. He may have blossomed later in his career than many superstar names, but he will go down as one of the Premier League's all-time greats without a doubt.


Kevin De Bruyne

(Man City)

In terms of raw form, Salah has to sit ahead of De Bruyne, but in terms of the complete package, skill set, technical ability, physical advantages and mental toughness, De Bruyne may be the number 1 complete footballer in the world today.

He is the best crosser of football in Premier League history and has played some of the most outrageous passes you are likely to ever see. In addition to creating goals, it can also tear nets from their posts itself.

That's all well and good, but what really sets De Bruyne apart from the crowd of similar players is his surprising pace and physicality. The Belgian is stronger than you might expect and at full throttle is a quick mover with the football. He just has it all.


Robert Lewandowski

(Bayern Munich)

Lewandowski is the fittest player in the world right now, there's just no doubt about it. And he has been for some time. It feels like a great shame that he didn't win a Ballon d'Or in his strange career.

The Polish icon boasts a well-balanced portfolio of pace, power and technical ability, and his movement in the box is supreme. His location is always right and there's no one you'd rather trust in a one-on-one situation.

We know it's not all about raw stats, but we're going to leave you with some hot Lewandowski numbers to absorb. He scored 328 goals in 357 games in all competitions for Bayern Munich, including 41 Bundesliga assists in just 29 games last season. He is currently scoring more than a goal per game this term as well.


Lionel Messi


"But, Ronaldo dropped to tenth place?!" i hear you cry There is no attempt to hide the fact that Lionel Messi did not exactly set the world on fire in Paris this season, but half a season of relative mediocrity should not erase 15 years of absolute dominance.

There is no doubt that Ronaldo and Messi will go down in history as one of the three best soccer players of all time, alongside the late great Diego Maradona, but while Ronaldo's role has boiled over a bit, we are still witnessing the fat version of Messi, despite his shadowy form.

Messi is the reigning Ballon d'Or winner after an amazing last season at Barcelona and after finally lifting a trophy with Argentina. His influence should never be doubted, his talent never diminished.

If he doesn't kick into gear by the end of the season, he may be set to drop off the list, but for now, if there's one player in the world you'd want playing on your soccer team, there's only one out there: Arya.

Who is the best soccer player in the world?

Lionel Messi remains the undisputed king of world football, although it would be foolish not to raise an eyebrow at his PSG season so far.

The French side is the closest thing to a real-world FIFA Ultimate Team XI you're likely to see, and as players know, chemistry takes time

As an individual talent and based on nearly two decades of cold, objective data and warm, unquantifiable magic, he is the best. Not just the best right now, but the best of all time.

Do you agree with our list? Of course you don't! And that's perfectly fine, even though you're completely wrong.

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