Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Lionel Messi have all cut their gaps on Europe's current top goalscorer Kylian Mbappe, while Lebo Mothiba slipped down the ranking.
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Mbappe drew a blank in Paris Saint-Germain's 4-0 win over struggling AS Monaco, during which his teammate Edinson Cavani netted a hat-trick and Neymar scored the other goal.
As a consequence, the Brazilian is now just one goal shy of Mbappe, who currently leads the top goalscorer race alongside Nantes' forward Emiliano Sala – the pair have scored 11 goals each.
Messi, who returned from his arm injury on the weekend, scored a brace in FC Barcelona's 4-3 home defeat to Real Betis, and now sits on nine LaLiga goals for the campaign.
The Argentine is one of four players who have netted nine league goals already, while Ronaldo is one of 11 stars who have found the back of the net eight times so far.
Further down the ranking is Mothiba, who drew a blank during Strasbourg's 0-0 draw with Lille on Friday and remains on seven goals in Ligue 1.
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