Lionel Messi extended his lead among the top goalscorers in Europe in 2018/19 so far, while Kylian Mbappe widened the gap on Cristiano Ronaldo.
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The Argentine scored a hat-trick in FC Barcelona's 4-2 win over Sevilla on Saturday, marking the 50th treble of his career.
As a consequence, Messi now leads the top goalscorers in Europe ranking, with three more goals than second-placed Mbappe. The French wonderkid scored a brace in Paris Saint-Germain's 3-0 victory over Nimes on the weekend, taking his tally to three more goals than Ronaldo, who is in third place with 19 strikes after drawing a blank against Bologna on Sunday.
New AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek has continued his red-hot form since joining the Serie A giants, netting his fifth goal in Rossoneri colours to take his overall tally for the season to 18 league strikes.
Mohamed Salah, who had a disappointing game against Manchester United on Sunday, is one of four players with 17 goals so far in this campaign. The Liverpool winger, though, remains the leading African goalscorer in the top 11, with the only other African among them being Lille and Ivory Coast forward Nicolas Pepe, who has 16 league goals in 2018/19 thus far.
Messi, meanwhile, is on track to win his sixth European Golden Shoe, with his 25 goals equating to 50 points in the European Sports Media ranking.
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