Kylian Mbappé became Paris Saint Germain’s historic scorer this Saturday with 201 goals to surpass Edinson Cavani. Mbappé, at 24 years of age, is already the top scorer for the Parisian team, but now he enters the historical list of scorers for the great teams in Europe.
Below is a detailed list of all-time scorers for the big clubs in Europe:
Of the great teams in Spain, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, the two great scorers are two of the best players in the recent history of the clubs. For Real Madrid it is Cristiano Ronaldo with 451 goals and for FC Barcelona it is Lionel Messi with 672 targets.
Outside of Spanish football, in the Premier League Harry Kane is Tottenham’s top scorer and current scorers with 261 goals. Then he Wayne Rooney follows at Manchester United and 253 goals. Sergio Kun Agüero is Manchester City’s leading scorer with 260 goals, a record that Erling Haaland could break if he maintains his pace of more than one goal per game.
Other historic scorers in the Premier League, son Frankie Lampard with Chelsea, who despite being a midfielder scored 211 goals and Thierry Henry He is Arsenal’s top scorer with 176 goals.
In Italy, Roma have Francesco Totti as their all-time goalscorer. Il Capitano scored 307 goals in the only club he played in his life and with which he made history. Alessandro Del Piero is the top scorer for Juventus, the team with which he was relegated after the match-fixing scandal and which returned him to the first division and elite in Europe.
In the Bundesliga, Gerd Müller scored 554 goals and Alfred Preissler scored 175 goals for Borussia Dortmund, a low figure compared to other big clubs in Europe.
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Kylian Mbappé makes history at the age of 24 and with 201 goals he becomes PSG’s all-time top scorer