However, Cristiano Ronaldo is closely followed by Argentina international Lionel Messi in the standings. The tricky attacker also scored twice on Saturday to help Barcelona to a comfortable 3-0 away win over Osasuna.
Spartak Moscow striker Welliton still sits third in the standings with 19 goals, but the Russian league season has already come to an end, meaning that the Brazilian won't be able to add to his tally.
Experienced Eintracht Frankfurt striker Theofanis Gekas converted a spot-kick this weekend and now sits fifth in the standings with 13 Bundesliga goals.
The biggest winner of the weekend is Lille attacker Moussa Sow though. The Senegal international netted a hat-trick to help his team to a 6-3 win over Lorient and has now scored 13 league goals. The 24-year-old might not be the biggest name in European football, but Sow seems like one to be reckoned with following his recent form.
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|1||Cristiano Ronaldo ( POR)||Real Madrid ( SPA)||2||16 (+2)||32|
||Lionel Messi (ARG)||Barcelona ( SPA)||2||15 (+2)||30|
||Welliton ( BRA)*||Spartak Moscow ( RUS)||1.5||19||28.5|
|4||Kenny Miller ( SCO)||Rangers ( SCO)||1.5||18||27|
|5||Theofanis Gekas ( GRE)||Eintracht Frankfurt ( GER)
|Moussa Sow ( SEN)
||Lille ( FRA)||2||13 (+3)
||Baye Djiby Fall ( SEN)*||Molde ( NOR)||1.5||16||24|
|Garra Dembele ( FRA)||Levski Sofia ( BUL)||1.5||16
|S. Post ( EST)*||Flora Tallinn ( EST)||1||24
|10||Dimitar Berbatov ( BUL)||Manchester United ( ENG)||2||11||22|