Top division football club in France which is known as Ligue 1. It is a professional football league competition which is currently standing in fifth position worldwide behind La Liga, Bundesliga, Premier League and Serie A. It is an annual competition where each season runs from August to May.
Upcoming 2016/17 season will be the 79th edition of Ligue 1 which will be start from August, 2016. There will be many talented players compete here as like before from different countries. They have something in common and that is they will look forward to score more goals.
According to the last season, Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored 38 goals with PSG including 13 assists. In this whole season, he has played totally 2552 minutes where after every 67 minutes, he scored goal. That amazing statistics have made him the top scorer in 2015/16 season of Ligue 1. Alexandre Lacazette is in 2nd position by scoring 21 goals. Among them, 16 were in home and rest 5 were in away. Uruguayan Edinson Cavani is placed in 3rd position with 19 goals and 5 assists. Argentine playmaker Angel Di Maria holds the records of most assists with 18. Here we provide the complete top scorers list of 2015/16 season in Ligue 1 below.
# Ligue 1 Top Scorers (2015/16):
|1st||Z. Ibrahimovic||Sweden||Paris SG||38||13|
|3rd||E. Cavani||Uruguay||Paris SG||19||5|
|5th||H. Ben Arfa||France||Nice||17||6|
|6th||W. Ben Yedder||France||Toulouse||17||5|
|14th||A. Di Maria||Argentina||Paris SG||10||18|
|17th||Lucas Moura Silva||Brazil||Paris SG||9||4|
|18th||C. N doye||Senegal||Angers||9||4|
|20th||N. Roux||France||Saint Etienne||9||2|
|22nd||M. Larbi||Tunisia||GFC Ajaccio||8||3|
|25th||G. Sio||Ivory Coast||Rennes||7||7|
Italian Delio Onnis holds the record of all time top scorer in French Ligue 1 with 299 goals by playing 449 appearances. Let’s have a glance below where the all time top scorers list is given.
# All Time Top Scorer in Ligue 1:
|1st||Delio Onnis||Italy||Reims, Monaco, Toulon, Tours||299||1971 to 1986|
|2nd||Bernard Lacombe||France||Bordeaux, Saint Etienne, Lyon||255||1969 to 1987|
|3rd||Herve Revelli||France||Saint Etienne, Nice||216||1965 to 1978|
|4th||Roger Courtois||Switzerland||Sochaux, Troyes||210||1932 to 1956|
|5th||Thadee Cisowski||France||Metz, Valenciennes, Paris||206||1947 to 1961|
|6th||Roger Piantoni||France||Nice, Stade Reims, Nancy||203||1950 to 1966|
|7th||Joseph Ujlaki||Hungary||Paris, Nice, Sete, Stade Francais||189||1947 to 1964|
|8th||Fleury Di Nallo||France||Lyon, Red Star Paris||187||1960 to 1975|
|9th||Carlos Bianchi||Argentina||Strasbourg, Paris Saint Germain, Reims||179||1973 to 1980|
|10th||Gunnar Andersson||Sweden||Marseille, Bordeaux||179||1950 to 1960|
Every calendar year, almost twenty clubs used to compete here for the title where the most successful club is Saint Etienne. But their current performance is not good. They last won the title in 1980/81. On the other hand, the current champion is Paris Saint Germain which has won this title total six times. Among them last four titles are won consecutively. Besides of them, other seventeen clubs have also tested the won