Lewandowski, Ronaldo, Messi: Who has the best mins-per-goal record in 2021?

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Robert Lewandowski He is the best striker on the planet right now.

In the eyes of many, the Bayern Munich The man is also considered the best player among all those working in the sport at the moment and he deserves the 2021 Ballon d’Or award.

When you look at the stats, it’s hard to disagree with this view.

So far in 2021, no footballer in Europe has scored more goals than Lewandowski, the Polish icon who has scored an astonishing 48 goals in all club competitions this year.

This total is really mind boggling and what makes it even better is the rate at which the massive goals were scored.

Lewandowski comfortably has the best minute-per-goal ratio among players in Europe’s top 10 leagues in 2021.

And if you want to see how far ahead of the rest is, check out Transfermarkt’s 30 best in full below.

Remember that the goals of the League, Domestic Cup and Continental Cup are taken into account here.


Enter the giveaway

The top 30 players with the highest record number of minutes per goal in 2021

30. Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco) 126 minutes per goal

Matches: 44

Goals: 23

29. Andre Silva (Leipzig) 125 minutes per goal

Matches: 37

Targets: 22

28. Seferovic (Benfica) keeper 124 minutes per goal

Games: 32

Goals: 18

27. Carlos Vinicius (PSV Eindhoven) 123 minutes per goal

Games: 28

Targets: 9

26. Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester) 122 minutes per goal

Games: 39

Goals: 19

Iheanacho with Leicester

25. Artem Dziuba (Zenit) 121 minutes per goal

Games: 29

Targets: 16

24. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) 120 minutes per goal

Matches: 42

Objectives: 29

23. Sebastian Haller (Ajax) 120 minutes per goal

Games: 40

Objectives: 27

22. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) 119 minutes per goal

Matches: 42

Goals: 30

21. Dusan Vlahovic (Fiorentina) 119 minutes per goal

Matches: 37

Objectives: 27

Vlahovic with Fiorentina

20. Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) 119 minutes per goal

Games: 36

Targets: 24

19. Kemar Rov (Rangers) 117 minutes per goal

Games: 28

Goals: 11

18. Borja Iglesias (Real Betis) 115 minutes per goal

Matches: 37

Goals: 17

17. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) 112 minutes per goal

Matches: 41

Goals: 31

16. Sinan Bakis (Heracles) 110 minutes per goal

Matches: 24

Goals: 11

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15. Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) 110 minutes per goal

Matches: 44

Objectives: 34

14. Karim Adeymi (Red Bull Salzburg) 108 minutes per goal

Matches: 46

Goals: 21

13. Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic) 108 minutes per goal

Games: 17

Goals: 11

12. Tony Martinez (Porto) 106 minutes per goal

Games: 32

Goals: 11

11. Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) 104 minutes per goal

Matches: 37

Goals: 31

Messi with Paris Saint-Germain

10. Georgios Giacomakis (Celtic) 103 minutes per goal

Games: 25

Goals: 18

9. Noah Okafor (Red Bull Salzburg) 103 minutes per goal

Games: 31

Goals: 11

8. Sardar Azmoun (Zenit) 102 minutes per goal

Games: 25

Goals: 17

7. Luis Morell (Atalanta) 102 minutes per goal

Matches: 41

Goals: 18

6. Batson Dhaka (Leicester) 99 minutes per goal

Games: 36

Targets: 24

Dhaka with Leicester

5. Jamid Agalarov (Ufa) 93 minutes per goal

Games: 15

Goals: 11

4. Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) 89 minutes per goal

Matches: 37

Goals: 37

3. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) 89 minutes per goal

Games: 26

Objectives: 14

2. Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting (Bayern Munich) – 79 minutes per goal

Games: 31

Objectives: 14

1. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 63 minutes per goal

Games: 36

Goals: 48

Lewandowski with Bayern

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Lewandowski, we don’t deserve it!

Surprisingly, Bayern’s Polish teammate Chubu Moting is currently second in terms of minutes per goal in 2021. Fair play, Eric.

Messi is crystal clear about eternal rival Ronaldo at the time of writing, while Bale has emerged in the top five thanks to his underappreciated loan spell at Tottenham in the first half of the year.

For Haaland, well, it just became normal to see superhuman-like numbers next to the 21-year-old’s name to be honest.

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