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The Ten Players With Most Goal Involvements In Champions League History

The Ten Players With Most Goal Involvements In Champions League History

With the UEFA Champions League set to return tomorrow, we look back at the top 10 players in goal involvements in Champions League history.

The UEFA Champions League is about to return and with some of the best players such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar.

With these giants of the game ready to come back, we looked back at the top 10 players in goal involvements in Champions League history with six current players making the list with the ability to increase their ranking.

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10. Thomas Muller: 44 goals & 20 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 64

9. Thierry Henry: 51 goals & 16 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 67

8. Andriy Shevchenko: 59 goals & 13 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 72

7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 49 goals & 26 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 75

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6. Ruud Van Nistelrooy: 60 goals & 16 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 76

5. Robert Lewandowski: 64 goals & 15 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 79

4. Raul: 71 goals & 16 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 87

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3. Karim Benzema: 64 goals & 27 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 91

2. Lionel Messi: 114 goals & 35 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 149

1. Cristiano Ronaldo - 169 - 129 goals & 40 assists TOTAL INVOLVEMENTS: 169

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Surprisingly, Ronaldo and Messi take the top two spots with the two of them being the only players with over 100 goals, and only players in triple digits in total goal involvements.

Sergio Aguero (joint 16th) is the only active Premier League player in the top 25 and Neymar (13th) is the youngest player on the list at just 28. Lewandowski has the chance to end up in the top four by the end of this current season with nine goal involvements needed from the remaining games.

What do you think of the top?

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Words By Mike Parrott


Topics: UEFA Champions League, Football, Lionel Messi, Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo

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