Lionel Messi has climbed to fifth place among Europe top goalscorers this season, while Cristiano Ronaldo remains outside the top 10, and there is also a new leader.
Click through the gallery above to see the leading scorers in Europe's top five leagues so far in this campaign.
The FC Barcelona superstar netted a hat-trick in his side's 5-2 win over Mallorca on Saturday, taking his tally to 12 strikes in LaLiga this campaign.
Four players have scored more league goals than the Argentine, though, with Lazio's Ciro Immobile overtaking Robert Lewandowski at the top of the pile.
The Italian striker has now found the back of the Serie A net 17 times in 2019/20, one more than Lewandowski, who drew blanks in Bayern Munich's past two Bundesliga games.
Jamie Vardy has climbed to joint-second place after scoring in his past eight successive Premier League matches.
Red Bull Leipzig's Timo Werner is another forward in red-hot form, and he took his tally to 15 strikes on the weekend.
Chelsea's Tammy Abraham, Real Madrid's Karim Benzema and AS Monaco forward Wissam Ben Yedder follow Messi with 11 league goals each, while six stars have netted 10 times so far.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, has remained off the pace despite scoring his seventh Serie A goal of the season on Saturday, when Juventus suffered their first defeat of the campaign as they went 3-1 down to Lazio.
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