|PLAYER||APPS (SUBS)||GOALS||ASSISTS||MINS PLAYED|
|N. Valskis||20 (2)||15||6||1620|
|R. Krishna||21 (0)||15||6||1833|
|B. Ogbeche||16 (1)||15||1||1317|
|H. Boumous||15 (0)||11||9||1200|
|S. Chhetri||17 (0)||9||0||1528|
|R. Bouli||17 (4)||8||1||1210|
|D. Williams||18 (3)||7||5||1382|
Over the years, the Indian Super League has been blessed with potent finishers in abundance and a handful of players have already etched their names in ISL history as lethal goalscorers. Since the league's inception in 2014, the likes of Iain Hume, Jeje Lalpekhua and Sunil Chhetri have been reliable performers over the years and continue to play starring roles for their respective clubs.
Stiven Mendoza graced the ISL for a solitary season but he left a lasting impression as his tally of 17 goals in the debut season ensured that he became a part of ISL folklore. The likes of Marcelo Pereira, Miku, Manuel Lazarote and Kalu Uche have continued to bang in the goals in recent years but it is FC Goa's Ferran Corominas who leads the goalscorers chart.
Despite making his league debut two years ago, the former LaLiga star has lit up the ISL with his goalscoring prowess and his astonishing tally of 34 goals in two seasons has made him one of the most devastating attackers to grace the league.
Indian skipper Sunil Chhetri is breathing down the Spaniard's neck and his tally of 30 goals in the league goals makes for impressive reading. The legendary front-man is an indispensable member for club and country and his form will be crucial if Bengaluru FC stand any chance of retaining their ISL crown.
|Position||Player||Goals in ISL||Teams in ISL||Years||ISL Matches Played|
|1||Ferran Corominas||34||FC Goa||2017 -||39|
|2||Sunil Chhetri||30||Bengaluru FC, Mumbai City||2015 -||56|
|3||Iain Hume||29||Pune City, Kerala Blasters, Atletico de Kolkata||2014 -||69|
|4||Marcelo Pereira||24||Pune City, FC Goa, Chennayin FC||2016 -||45|
|5||Jeje Lalpekhlua||24||Chennayin FC||2014 -||67|
|6||Miku||18||Bengaluru FC||2017 -||28|
|7||Manuel Lanzarote||18||ATK, FC Goa||2017 -||33|
|8||Kalu Uche||18||ATK, Delhi Dynamos, Pune City||2015 -||35|
|9||Stiven Mendoza||17||Chennayin FC||2014 - 15||25|
|10||Emiliano Alfaro||15||ATK, Pune City, Northeast United||2016 -||38|