The 2018-19 Champions League is heading into the knockout stage and the last 16 ties are now known.
This season's edition of the tournament has already proven to be a thrilling and jam-packed watch, with there being numerous 'Groups of Death' and battles between the biggest names in European football – as well as chances for individual names to shine.
Goal will keep you updated on the individual goal tallies for the highest-scoring Champions League players this season.
Champions League 2018-19 Top Scorers
Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski currently leads the way as the top scorer in this season's Champions League with eight goals, with Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi next in line on six.
They are followed closely by Roma's Edin Dzeko Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar, Andrej Kramaric, Dusan Tadic, Paulo Dybala and Porto's Moussa Marega on five while Harry Kane, Antoine Griezmann, Mauro Icardi and Raphael Guerreiro sit on four successful strikes.
Meanwhile Cristiano Ronaldo has found difficulty netting on the European stage so far this season, a platform in which he usually flourishes in front of goal.
*Correct as of December 12, 2018.
|1||Robert Lewandowski||Bayern Munich||8|
|=3||Moussa Marega||FC Porto||5|
|=9||Antoine Griezmann||Atletico Madrid||4|
|=9||Raphael Guerreiro||Borussia Dortmund||4|
|=13||Gareth Bale||Real Madrid||3|
|=13||Karim Benzema||Real Madrid||3|
|=13||Nikola Vlasic||CSKA Moscow||3|
|=13||Junior Moraes||Shakhtar Donetsk||3|
|=13||Gabriel Jesus||Manchester City||3|
|=13||Guillaume Hoarau||Young Boys||3|
|=13||David Silva||Manchester City||3|
|=13||Luuk de Jong||Ajax||3|
Who finished top in 2017-18?
Ronaldo finished last year's Champions League campaign as top scorer with Real Madrid having registered 15 goals in 11 games, despite not managing to bag a goal past the quarter-final stage.
Liverpool trio Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane all finished in joint-second place with 10 goals apiece, and Dzeko placed in fifth position with eight goals following his strike against the Reds in the semi-finals that failed to secure a comeback.