As the 2019/20 Serie A season comes to a close this weekend, the Capocannoniere contest has been decided.
Ciro Immobile and Cristiano Ronaldo have battled it out to be Italy‘s top-scorer, particularly owing to the latter’s good form post-break. But going into the final weekend of action, it was Immobile who leads the way on 35, having scored six goals in his past four games including a hat-trick over Hellas Verona in gameweek 36. It was already one better than Bayern Munich centre-forward Robert Lewandowski’s total and also the highest total across Europe’s top five leagues, Serie A being the only competition among them yet to conclude.
And then Immobile score Lazio’s consolation goal in a 3-1 defeat to Napoli. In doing so he equals the record for a single Serie A season, finishing the campaign on 36 goals. It was set by Gonzalo Higuain four years ago with Napoli, who Lazio play in their final game of the season this Saturday.
Second-placed Cristiano Ronaldo ends the season on 31 goals. The Juventus forward had scored three times in four games, including a brace against Lazio that briefly saw him take the lead, but was rested by Maurizio Sarri vs Roma with August’s Champions League restart in mind.
The duo have been in a different league to the rest of Serie A’s goalscorers, with eight goals separating Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku in third. The Belgian scored 23 in his debut Serie A campaign.
Things get a lot closer after Lukaku, with Sassuolo’s Francesco Caputo scoring 21 goals to complete the quartet of players to have reached at least 20 for the season.
But who makes up the rest of the top 10? Read on for the standings…
Serie A top goalscorers: 2019/20 season current standings
Players with the same amount of goals are ranked by fewer minutes played.
|1st||Ciro Immobile||36 goals||3175 minutes|
|2nd||Cristiano Ronaldo||31 goals||2919 minutes|
|3rd||Romelu Lukaku||23 goals||2983 minutes|
|4th||Francesco Caputo||21 goals||2846 minutes|
|5th||Luis Muriel||18 goals||1245 minutes|
|6th||Duván Zapata||18 goals||2036 minutes|
|7th||João Pedro||18 goals||3155 minutes|
|8th||Edin Dzeko||16 goals||2854 minutes|
|9th||Andrea Belotti||16 goals||2919 minutes|
|10th||Josip Ilicic||15 goals||1672 minutes|
(Correct as of 14:00 02/08/2020)