2 Nigeria Strikers Rank Among Top 5 Strikers in Europe
The Nigeria born Napoli forward Victor Osimhen and Lorient and Super Eagles striker, Terem Moffi has been rated as the fourth and fifth best strikers in Europe topflight leagues.
Osimhen who has had five weeks already this season on the sidelines due to a harmstring injury has scored seven goals in eight league games for Napoli.
The Nigerian international averages a goal every 93 minutes in the Italian Serie A.
In the latest ranking by Italian Corriere dello Sport, the 23-year-old is behind the trio of Erling Haaland, Robert Lewandowski and Kylian Mbappe.
Manchester City and Norwegian international Haaland ranks first having scored 17 goals in his first 11 EPL games, averaging a goal every 55 minutes; Barcelona’s Lewandowski is in the second position having netted 13 goals in 12 games.
PSG’s Mbappe ranks third with 11 goals for the Ligue 1 leaders this season.
While Terem Moffi is ranked at the fifth position after scoring eight goals in 12 Ligue 1 games.
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