Falcao, Aubameyang, Lukaku, and Lacazette all made the cut as the Europa League’s all-time top scorers.
Radamel Falcao is the top scorer in Europa League history with 30 goals in only 31 games in the competition. Athletic Club icon Aritz Aduriz is a close second and Hoffenheim star Mu’nas Dabbur completes the top three.
Falcao is by far one of the most successful players in Europa League history. The Colombian may not have won the competition multiple times like Sevilla’s Jesus Navas, but he’s won twice with Porto and Atletico Madrid and boasts the best goal record as per Transfermarkt.
Although Falcao couldn’t add to his tally this season after Galatasaray were eliminated in the qualifying round.
But while his nearest rival Aduriz retired last year, Dabbur could yet challenge Falcao’s record. The Israelian scored six goals in only seven appearances prior to Hoffenheim’s round of 32 exit to Molde in February.
Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, meanwhile, still has a chance to break into the top three. The striker is only two goals behind third-placed Dabbur and has at least one more game left in the competition. His teammate Alexandre Lacazette also made the cut level on 20 goals with Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku for eighth-place.