The current champions league season of 2021/2022 has seen big teams fail to impress. The likes of Real Madrid have not performed as expected.
The scoring chart now is a different case. The player who tops the chart is non other than Sebastian Haller who has 5 goals to his name. The former Hammers striker has found his mojo back and he is now scoring goals for fun.
Today he was on score sheet as he helped his team Ajax secure 3 points as they seek to qualify as top of their group. Player seems to have seamless settles on Ajax striking.
2nd player with 4 goals is former PSG prodigy Christopher Nkuku who has been blistering hot. The player has 4 goals to his name. He keeps proving that he is the next big thing in world of football.
The player now's plays for RB Salzburg and has been a bright spark in the team. His combination with Emil is fantastic.
We still expect to see Messi score goals together with his team mates Neymar and Mbappe.
The top scorer list is here.
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