Top 10 Goalscorers In 2024 UEFA Euro Qualifiers

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
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Some of the world’s finest strikers are competing in the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, hoping to lead their nations to Germany.

Stars such as Kylian Mbappe, Harry Kane, and Cristiano Ronaldo are all hoping to lead their countries to the upcoming European Championship, where Italy will attempt to defend their title in 2021.

Here are the guys with the most goals in the qualifications so far.

10. Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia) – 5 goals

Aleksandar Mitrovic, a former Fulham striker, has been hammering them in for Serbia during qualification.

Mitrovic, who now plays for Saudi Pro League club Al Hilal, scored three goals against Lithuania before adding two more against Montenegro.

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9. Bruno Fernandes (Portugal) – 5 goals

Bruno Fernandes has had a great time as Portugal’s top creative in a very easy-looking Group J.

The Euro 2016 champions have won all nine of their group games, scoring 34 goals and conceding only two, with Fernandes contributing five goals.

8. Erling Haaland (Norway) – 6 goals

Norway hasn’t qualified for an international competition since Euro 2000, but Erling Haaland’s goals for Manchester City could put a stop to that streak shortly.

It remains to be seen whether Haaland can lead Norway to Euro 2024, but six goals in qualifying isn’t a bad start.

7. Zeki Amdouni (Switzerland) – 6 goals

Zeki Amdouni of Basel has benefited from Switzerland’s inclusion in a qualifying group that includes Romania, Israel, Kosovo, and Belarus.

His six goals have helped the Swiss go unbeaten in their opening seven games, but three draws mean they still have work to do if they want to win Group I.

6. Scott McTominay (Scotland) – 6 goals

Scotland has already qualified for Euro 2024, and Scott McTominay’s goals have been essential to their impressive performance in Group A.

With Steve Clarke’s team competing with Spain for Group A winner bragging rights, the often-criticised Manchester United midfielder has silenced his critics with six goals.

5. Kylian Mbappe (France) – 6 goals

France’s game against the Netherlands was their first with Kylian Mbappe as captain, and he led by example, scoring twice and assisting once in a 4-0 thrashing.

He had another assist against Ireland in September but did not score.

Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland
Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland

4. Rasmus Hojlund (Denmark) – 7 goals

Despite all of their potential in recent years, Denmark has lacked a top striker to convert Christian Eriksen’s opportunities.

Rasmus Hojlund, Manchester United’s bright new toy, may be set to change that, as indicated by his hat-trick on debut, which has him looking forward rather than back.

3. Harry Kane (England) – 7 goals

Since his debut in 2015, Harry Kane’s goals have propelled England to international competitions, and he’s led the charge again this time.

Harry Kane
Harry Kane

The 30-year-old’s consistency from the penalty spot has been crucial to his success, with four of his seven goals coming from 12 yards out.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 10 goals

Many thought Cristiano Ronaldo’s international career would end after the World Cup, but he had other plans, making himself accessible and scoring a slew of goals for Portugal.

Euro 2024 could be his final tournament, and who knows how many goals he’ll have scored by then.

1. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) – 14 goals

Romelu Lukaku has put his World Cup nightmare behind him, leading Belgium to five wins from seven games in Group F.

Indeed, Lukaku has scored 14 of Belgium’s 17 goals to date, averaging a goal per 55 minutes in qualification.

Romelu Lukaku
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