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Nigerian-Igbo professional footballer Ebere Onuachu tops Africa's highest goals scorer list for 2020-21 season.

 Nigerian-Igbo professional footballer Onuachu, born Ebere Paul Onuachu who plays for Belgian club Genk, tops Africa's highest goals scorer list for 2020-21 season.

Genk star Paul Onuachu has scored 37 goals for his club this season.

Patson Daka of Zambia also has the same number of goals as the Onuachu.

Meanwhile, Mo Salah is five goals behind the above-named strikers so far this campaign...

Nigerian striker, Paul Onuachu, tops the list of African footballers with the highest number of goals in 2020-21 for clubs and country according to Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) on Twitter.

The 26-year-old Super Eagles striker recorded 37 goals in all appearances in the period under review and he is rivalled by Zambia's Patson Daka with the same number of goals.

Two of his goals came during the Super Eagles AFCON qualifiers against Lesotho and Benin Republic in March as he scored in both games.

Liverpool and Egypt winger Mohamed Salah comes next on the chart with 32 goals so far this campaign.

The 28-year-old is also contending for the Premier League golden boot award.

Kenyan star who currently plays for Al-Duhail SC is just one goal shy of Salah, having scored 31 goals while Moroccan star who plays for Olympiacos Youssef El Arabi completes the top five with 27 goals.

Africa's Highest Goalscorers in 2020/2021

1. Paul Onuachu 37 goals

2. Patson Daka - 37 goals

3. Mohamed Salah - 32 goals

4. Michael Olunga - 31 goals

5. Youssef El Arabi - 27 goals

6. Youssef En-Nesyri - 26

7. Baghdad Bounedjah - 26 goals

8. Jean-Pierre Nsamé - 25 goals

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