Friday , March 31 2023

Mahrez, Ounas, Mané and Ighalo for best scorer


The fight for the title of CAN-2019's best scorer rages for several reasons. In fact, four players are in the race to complete the continental competition, namely Ighalo of Nigeria (4 goals) Mahrez and Ounas (3 goals) and Mané of Senegal (3 goals).

These four players will have another game to play; the small final for Ighalo with his choice against Tunisia and the final for Mahrez, Ounas and Mané. It is at the end of these two meetings that we will have the identity of CAN's best scorer.

It is noted that a total of 100 achievements were scored in the first 50 games, an impressive average of almost two goals scored for a match (1.98).

Algeria has had the best twelve goals in six games so far.

Ranked on CAN 2019 after the semi-finals
4 goals:
Odon Igalo (Nigeria)
3 goals:
Sadio Mane (Senegal)
Cedric Bakambu (RD Congo)
Adam Ounas (Algeria)
Riyad Mahher (Algeria)
2 goals:
Charles Andriamycinino (Madagascar)
Stépahne Bahoken (Cameroon)
Jonathan Kogjia (Cote d'Ivoire)
Yussef Msakni (Tunisia)
Jordan Ayew (Ghana)
Yusef Belaili (Algeria)
Ahmed Elmohadi (Egypt)
Youssef in Nesri (Morocco)
Emanuel Oqui (Uganda)
Michael Oluga (Kenya)
Mikael Poet (Benin)
Mohammed Salah (Egypt)
Mohammed Yatara (Guinea)
Wilfrid Zaha (Cote d'Ivoire)
Bongani Zungu (South Africa)

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