5/15 Paul Pogba: Manchester United Juventus midfielder is another player who is likely to break the world record for most goals scored by a midfielder in one season, having scored 11 in his first 17 games for the club.
His brace in Saturday’s 2-1 victory over AC Milan will give him more goals than any other player in Serie A, and it will make him the most prolific in club history.
He is a two-time world player of the year, the winner of the Champions League and the European Cup, and has become one of the most recognisable names in the game.
The 25-year-old has won more trophies than any player since his arrival in the summer of 2015.
He has scored 23 times for Juventus this season, more than any of his teammates.
6/15 Gianluigi Buffon: Juventus forward was voted the best player in the Serie A by fans on the official website.
The 29-year of age has scored 17 goals this season for Juventus, more goals per game than any one other player.
His strike against Fiorentina on Sunday helped them win their third consecutive game and extend their winning run to nine games.
7/15 Luis Suarez: Liverpool striker has scored six goals in his last two league games, making him the joint-top scorer in the league this season with eight goals.
The Uruguayan forward has scored four goals in seven league games this term, helping Liverpool to second place in the table, five points behind leaders Juventus.
He will be hoping to continue his goal scoring exploits in the Champions league this term.
8/15 Angel Di Maria: Real Madrid winger is back in action after missing the first eight matches due to a knee injury, scoring twice against Napoli.
The Argentina international has netted eight goals this term to finish in third in the La Liga.
9/15 Christian Pulisic: Manchester City striker has netted four goals this campaign, his first for the English Premier League club, which has won eight of its last 10 matches, the best run in Premier League history.
10/15 Nacer Chadli: Paris Saint-Germain forward scored twice in a 2-0 win over Manchester City to make him just the third player in history to score five goals in one game for the French club.
11/15 Diego Costa: Juventus striker has won five of his last seven league matches to finish second in the Premier League to his former club, scoring 11 goals in that run.
He’s scored a combined 14 goals in all competitions this season.
12/15 Romelu Lukaku: Chelsea striker has helped Chelsea to third place in Serie B with five goals this year.
13/15 Thiago Silva: Inter Milan striker has become the first player in Inter Milan history to have three hat-tricks in the same season.
14/15 Sergio Aguero: Manchester Aguero has scored 15 goals this Serie A season, the most for a Brazilian player in a single campaign.
15/15 Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus midfielder scored a brace in the 2-2 draw with AC Milan, scoring his first goal in over two years.
1/15 Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Sociedad forward has helped Real Madrid to their first top-flight title since 2009, scoring 25 goals this time around in a season that was marked by injuries to the likes of Cristiano and Paulinho.
2/15 Lionel Messi: Argentina forward has become just the second player in league history to reach 30 goals in a calendar year, scoring 30 goals this month.
3/15 Mario Balotelli: Lazio midfielder scored twice against Juventus, helping Lazio to win their first league game in 11 years.
4/15 Daniel Sturridge: Liverpool defender has scored seven goals in four matches for the Premier Leagues side, making six in all competition.
5/14 Paul Pogbal: Manchester Utd striker has made his first appearance in the Europa League and his goal against AC Milan is his fifth in as many games for Liverpool.
6 (AP: Daniel Marshall) 7/14 Romel Ural: Borussia Dortmund midfielder scored his first Champions League goal for the Red Devils on Sunday, having netted his first in five games for Dortmund this season and his first since the start of 2016.
8 (AP/Mariana S. Gubareva) 9/14 Diego Costa, Diego Costa – Juventus striker is still recovering from a knee problem, but the Brazilian will play his final competitive game for Juventus against Udinese.
10 (AP, David Ramos) 11/14 Edinson Cavani – Juventus forward has been named as the UEFA Young Player of the Year for the third consecutive season.
Cavani, who has scored 27 goals in 29 appearances for Juventus and scored three against Udini on Sunday has helped the Serie C champions to third and will be looking to continue the scoring ways he is already on. 12 (AP) 13/14 Nabil Bentaleb