Lionel Messi remained outside the top five goalscorers in Europe, but is within touching distance of the leader, while Cristiano Ronaldo is nowhere near the top 10.
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Edinson Cavani stayed at the top of the list with 17 strikes following his solitary goal in Paris Saint-Germain's first defeat of the season on the weekend.
The Uruguayan is followed by Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi, who also netted once this past weekend to take his tally to 16 strikes, while third-placed Lazio star Ciro Immobile drew a blank and stayed on 15 goals.
Monaco's Radamel Falcao and Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski both netted once in their latest game and complete the top five with 14 goals each. Messi, meanwhile, stayed in sixth spot after scoring his 13th La Liga goal of the season.
Olympique Lyon's Mariano, Mohamed Salah, who is now the highest scoring African in the ranking, and Paulo Dybala follow with 12 league strikes each.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang dropped to 10th position after sitting out on the weekend due to suspension, and the Borussia Dortmund striker shares his spot with Lyon's Nabil Fekir.
Ronaldo drew his eighth blank of the season in his side's goalless draw with Athletic Bilbao, and has only two league goals to his name so far this season.
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