Mo Salah, Messi, Ronaldo among the top 10 goal-scorers of 2018 so far
We live in an era where two players who have won the Ballon d'Or a staggering five times exist, and that's saying some thing.
Goal-scoring records across Europe's top five leagues have seen a massive reshuffling over the years and is set to undergo more as the games continue.
The number of immense goalscorers at present is incredible and they are continuing their exploits for their respective nations as we speak.
Here, we take a look at the top ten goal-scorers of 2018 so far based on statistics from Goal:
#10 Jhon Cifuente (34 goals in 37 games)
Jhon Jairo Cifuente Vergara more popularly known as Jhon Cifuente begins our top ten list of goal-scorers so far.
Cifuente is not as talked about as the others on the list mainly because of the league he plays in.
The South American striker currently plays for Ecuadorian side CD Universidad Catolica and has been incredibly impressive, scoring 34 goals in 37 league games for the side so far.
#9 Antoine Griezmann (35 goals in 62 games)
World Cup winner and Atletico Madrid star Antoine Greizmann is the ninth-highest goal-scorer in 2018 so far, netting 35 goals in 62 games so far this year.
Since coming through the ranks at Real Sociedad, the Frenchman grew to be one of the most prolific goalscorers during his time at Los Rojiblancos.
After his move to Atletico Madrid in 2014, the 27-year-old rose above the ranks not only for the La Liga club but also for his national team.
Griezmann also played a pivotal role in the French squad that won the FIFA World Cup in Russia over the summer.