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Serie A Top Goal Scorers 2022-23

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Let’s examine the top goal scorers in Serie A from 2022 to 2023. While Kvicha Kvaratskhelia of Napoli, a recent purchase, has swept the league, Ciro Immobile of Lazio continues to dominate the league in terms of goals scored and is now facing up against young players like Milan’s Rafael Leao, Juventus’ Dusan Vlahovic, and Roma’s Tammy Abraham.

African players make up the Serie A XI, which is captained by Nigerians Lookman, Dessers, and Osimhen.

Serie A 2022-23 Top Scorers:

Marko ArnautovicBologna6
Ciro ImmobileLazio6
Dusan VlahovicJuventus6
Kvicha KvaratskheliaNapoli5
Paulo DybalaAS Roma5
Olivier GiroudAC Milan4
Teun KoopmeinersAtalanta4
Rafael LeaoAC Milan4
Boulaye DiaSalernitana4
Gabriel StrefezzaLecce4
Ademola LookmanAtalanta4
Lautaro MartinezInter3
Arkadiusz MilikJuventus3
Sergej Milinkovic-SavicLazio3
M’Bala NzolaSpezia3
Ante RebicAC Milan3
Nikola VlasicTorino3


1 Marko Arnautovic – Bologna (6 goals)
Marko Arnautovic’s return to Europe has been fruitful in terms of goals scored. After making 33 appearances and scoring 14 league goals the year before, he upped the ante this season.

2 Ciro Immobile – Lazio (6 goals)
Ciro Immobile earned the European Golden Boot award for the 2019–20 season after he established himself as one of Europe’s reliable goal threats by tallying 15+ goals in each of the previous six seasons. He now shares the league lead in goals scored with 6 goals.

3 Dusan Vlahovic – Juventus (6 goals)
From Fiorentina, where he had two seasons with 15 or more goals and seven goals the year before, Dusan Vlahovic moved to Juventus. He is in a good position to become Juventus’ talisman after a disappointing start to the season this year.

4 Beto – Udinese (5 goals)
Beto is in top form for Udinese. The 24-year-old is still the star for Udinese and presently shares third place in Serie A with 5 goals.

5 Kvicha Kvaratskhelia – Napoli (5 goals)
Serie A has been entirely dominated by Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. The 21-year-old is outstanding, having scored five league goals in just one season of play in one of the top five European leagues.

6 Paulo Dybala – AS Roma (5 goals)
When Paulo Dybala transferred from Juventus to AS Roma, he was lauded as a hero. Dybala has changed the game and is one of the most crucial additions in recent Roma history.

7 Olivier Giroud – AC Milan (4 goals)
Olivier Giroud was one of Milan’s major contributors with 11 goals last season, including some incredible match-winning strikes, and he is continuing to become better with age like a fine wine.

8 Teun Koopmeiners – Atalanta 4 goals)
After only eight games, Teun Koopmeiners, who is in his second season with Atalanta, has already matched his goal total from the previous year and seems poised to have a big season.

9 Rafael Leao – AC Milan (4 goals)
Rafael Leao is one of the most exciting young athletes in the entire globe. The 23-year-old is a crucial offensive contributor for AC Milan and keeps Serie A scorching.

10 Boulaye Dia – Salernitana (4 goals)
Senegalese forward Boulaye Dia, 25, made an impact for Unai Emery’s Villarreal the previous season, scoring five goals and assisting on another five. He is still in great shape.

11 Gabriel Strefezza – Lecce (4 goals)
The newly promoted team’s main player, Gabriel Strefezza, was Lecce’s co-leading goal scorer in Serie B last season in terms of goals scored other than penalties.

12 Ademola Lookman – Atalanta (4 goals)
Ademola Lookman had a sporadic career before joining Atalanta this season, which included time spent on loan at several clubs. He’ll want to build on his positive start with them.

13 Lautaro Martinez – Inter (3 goals)
Lautaro Martinez aims to revive the symbiotic partnership that helped Inter win the championship two seasons ago now that Romelu Lukaku is back in the picture.

14 Arkadiusz Milik – Juventus (3 goals)
Arkadiusz Milik’s return to Serie A has thus far gone without incident. The former Napoli player had a successful time in the league before joining Marseille for the 2020–21 season.

15 Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Lazio (3 goals)
Serbian international Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is establishing himself as a versatile difference-maker in the middle of the field. He seems to be in excellent shape and will be crucial to Serbia’s World Cup success.

16 M’Bala Nzola – Spezia (3 goals)
After scoring 11 goals for Spezia in his first Serie A season, M’Bala Nzola slowed down a little last season, scoring just 2 goals.

17 Ante Rebic – AC Milan (3 goals)
Ante Rebic, an important part of Milan’s recent success and a Croatian international struggled with injuries last season and lost out on an opportunity to make a significant impact.

18 Nikola Vlasic – Torino (3 goal)
The striker’s time with West Ham United did not go as anticipated; in 19 games last season, he only managed to score one goal. The Croatian striker has helped Torino this season, though.

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Salman Shaikh
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