Serie A TIM: the top five scorers of the top 10 Italian clubs

Serie A TIM

Below, a thread to explore the top five scorers in each of the first 10 Serie A TIM clubs to date (Pre-Matchday 24); Juventus, Napoli, Inter, Milan, Atalanta, Roma, Lazio, Torino, Sampdoria, and Fiorentina.

The current league-leading scorers are:

1️⃣ Cristiano Ronaldo (18)

2️⃣ Duvan Zapata (16)

3️⃣ Fabio Quagliarella (16)

4️⃣ Krzysztof Piatek (15)

5️⃣ Arkadiusz Milik (12)


Cristiano Ronaldo leads the race for the Capocannoniere award in his first season in Italy – as expected – whilst Paulo Dybala struggles to find continuity; the 🇦🇷 had scored 14 at this point last season.


Cristiano Ronaldo, Source-
Cristiano Ronaldo: 18 goals + 8 assists
Mario Mandžukić: 8 goals + 5 assists
Paulo Dybala: 2 goals + 6 assists
Federico Bernardeschi: 2 goals + 2 assists
Blaise Matuidi: 2 goals + 2 assists


Arkadiusz Milik finally achieving his potential under  Carlo Ancelotti in a 4-4-2 formation as Dries Mertens shares the spoils; the 🇵🇱 scored only 5 Serie A TIM goals all of last season (was injured for a large portion of the season), whilst the 🇧🇪 had 14 at this point last season.

Arkadiusz Milik, Source-
Arkadiusz Milik12 goals + 1 assist
Dries Mertens8 goals + 7 assists
Lorenzo Insigne8 goals + 5 assists
Fabián Ruiz3 goals +1 assist
Piotr Zieliński3 goals


Mauro Icardi continues to command the Nerazzurri’s attack force, with the club’s other attackers following. The 🇦🇷 former captain is in his sixth season with the club; he had scored double the amount of goals (18) at this point last season.


Mauro Icardi, Source-
Mauro Icardi9 goals + 2 assists
Keita Baldé: 4 goals + 3 assists
Lautaro Martínez4 goals + 1 assist
Ivan Perišić3 goals + 2 assists
Matteo Politano: 2 goals + 3 assists


Suso continues to lead the chart in assists – despite not picking one up since Matchday 11 – whilst Krzysztof Piatek is filling Gonzalo Higuain’s shoes without an issue. For Genoa and the Rossoneri, the 🇵🇱 has 15 Serie A TIM goals this season.

Krzysztof Piatek, Source- Getty Images
Suso5 goals + 8 assists
Patrick Cutrone3 goals + 2 assists
Franck Kessié: 3 goals + 2 assists
Giacomo Bonaventura3 goals + 1 assists
Krzysztof Piątek: 2 goals


A breakout season for Duvan Zapata sees Gian Piero Gasperini’s side in contention for a European spot this season. The 🇨🇴 has 21 goals in all competitions; it is his best season of professional football to date.

Duvan Zapata, Source- Getty Images
Duvan Zapata 16 goals + 4 assists
Josip Iličić7 goals + 4 assists
Papu Gomez5 goals +8 assists
Gianluca Mancini3 goals + 1 assist
Hans Hateboer: 4 goals + 4 assists


Certainly one of the more surprising lists as Edin Dzeko – the Giallorossi’s leading scorer over the past few seasons – ranks third. Il Faraone leads the way as he looks set to have his best scoring record since the 2012/13 season; Serbian defender Aleksandar Kolarov is showing that he still has a lot to offer with that rocket of a left-foot. 


Stephan El Shaarawy, Source- Getty Images
Stephan El Shaarawy8 goals + 2 assists
Aleksandar Kolarov6 goals + 1 assist
Edin Dzeko: 5 goals + 3 assists
Bryan Cristante4 goals + 3 assists
Cengiz Ünder: 3 goals + 6 assists


Ciro Immobile continues to be in the spotlight for the Biancocelesti 🦅. However, last seasons top scorers are struggling to find the back of the net this season: Lazio have just 32 ⚽️ from 23 matches (AVG of 1.39/match) in the Serie A TIM.

Ciro Immobile, Source- Official S.S.Lazio
 Ciro Immobile11 goals + 2 assists
Joaquin Correa: 3 goals +4 assist
 Marco Parolo3 goals + 2 assists
Felipe Caicedo: 3 goals + 1 assist
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic3 goals + 1 assist


 Il Gallo 🐓 is having another proper season for I Granata.  Andrea Belotti has not been able to hit his highs of the 2016/17 season – where he scored 26 goals in 35 matches – but he still leads the lines for the club.

Andrea Belotti, Source-
Andrea Belotti7 goals + 2 assists
Iago Falque3 goals + 4 assists
Daniele Baselli3 goals + 1 assist
Cristian Ansaldi: 2 goals + 2 assists
Tomás Rincon2 goals + 1 assist


Fabio Quagliarella seems to age like fine wine 🍷 as the striker continues to be more and more prolific in front of goal. The now 36-year-old 🇮🇹 has 62 goals for the Blucerchiati in three years and is a threat to every club he faces.

Fabio Quagliarella, Source- Getty Images
Fabio Quagliarella16 goals + 6 assists
Grégoire Defrel6 goals + 2 assists
Gianluca Caprari5 goals + 2 assists
Gastón Ramirez: 4 goals+ 4 assists
Riccardo Saponara2 goals + 4 assists


Although Marco Benassi leads the scoring from midfield, this Fiorentina attack is one of the brightest in the Serie A TIM. Acquiring Luis Muriel was just another cherry on top of the icing 🍒.

Federico Chiesa, Source- Getty Images
Marco Benassi7 goals
Federico Chiesa: 5 goals + 6 assists
Giovanni Simeone4 goals + 4 assists
Jordan Veretout: 3 goals + 2 assists
Luis Muriel3 goals

Special Recognition

Francesco Caputo (Empoli): 11 goals + 3 assists
Gervinho (Parma): 8 goals
Roberto Inglese (Parma): 8 goals
Andrea Petagna (SPAL): 8 goals
Leonardo Pavoletti (Cagliari): 7 goals + 1 assist
Rodrigo De Paul (Udinese): 6 goals + 4 assists
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