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Womens Champions League top scorers: Pajor leads Bonmat and Lacasse

Wolfsburgs Ewa Pajor leads the UEFA Womens Champions League Top Scorer race with six goals, one ahead of Barcelonas Aitana Bonmat and Clo Lacasse of Benfica.

Wolfsburg forward Ewa Pajor leads the UEFA Womens Champions LeagueTop Scorerrace with six goals from four games.

On Thursday of Matchday 5, Barcelonas Bonmat and Benficas Lacasse pulled within one of the leader, who will hope to extend her lead on Friday. Lacasse also got two in qualifying, and her tally of seven for the whole season is now the most.

Chelseas Guro Reiten still leads the way when it comes to assists while Lyons Melvine Malard and Barcelona pair Geyse and Bonmat all have a group-stage high eight goals and assists combined.

We look at the contest to succeed the injured Alexia Putellas at the top of the goalscoring charts this season, with the race also on to match or surpass Tabea Wassmuths mark of eight in the 2021/22 group stage.

6Ewa Pajor (Wolfsburg)5Aitana Bonmat (Barcelona)5Clo Lacasse (Benfica)4Geyse (Barcelona)4Melvine Malard (Lyon)4Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona)4Cristiana Girelli (Juventus)4Sam Kerr (Chelsea)

Players level on goals scored are ordered first on assists then on fewest minutes played.

7Clo Lacasse (Benfica)6Fenna Kalma (Twente)6Ewa Pajor (Wolfsburg)5Esther Gonzlez (Real Madrid)5Carolina Weir (Real Madrid)5Mateja Zver (St. Pölten)5Cristiana Girelli (Juventus)5Aitana Bonmat (Barcelona)

5Guro Reiten (Chelsea)4Geyse (Barcelona)4Melvine Malard (Lyon)4Kika Nazareth (Benfica)4Svenja Huth (Wolfsburg)4Aitana Bonmat (Barcelona)4Stina Blackstenius (Arsenal)

8Melvine Malard (Lyon)8Geyse (Barcelona)8Aitana Bonmat (Barcelona)7Ewa Pajor (Wolfsburg)6Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona)6Cristiana Girelli (Juventus)5Guro Reiten (Chelsea)5Cludia Pina (Barcelona)

2021/22: Alexia Putellas (Barcelona) 112020/21: Jenni Hermoso (Barcelona), Fran Kirby (Chelsea) 62019/20: Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal), Emueje Ogbiagbevha (Minsk), Berglind Thorvaldsdttir (Breidablik) 102018/19: Pernille Harder (Wolfsburg) 82017/18: Ada Hegerberg (Lyon) 152016/17: Zsanett Jakabfi (Wolfsburg), Vivianne Miedema (Bayern) 82015/16: Ada Hegerberg (Lyon) 132014/15: Clia Šašić (Frankfurt) 142013/14: Milena Nikolić (ŽFK Spartak) 112012/13: Laura Rus (Apollon Limassol) 112011/12: Camille Abily, Eugnie Le Sommer (both Lyon) 92010/11: Inka Grings (Duisburg) 132009/10: Vanessa Brki (Bayern) 112008/09: Margrt Lra Vidarsdttir (Valur Reykjavk) 142007/08: Vira Dyatel (Kharkiv), Patrizia Panico (Bardolino Verona), Margrt Lra Vidarsdttir (Valur Reykjavk) 92006/07: Julie Fleeting (Arsenal) 92005/06: Margrt Lra Vidarsdttir (Valur Reykjavk) 112004/05: Conny Pohlers (Turbine Potsdam) 142003/04: Maria Gstöttner (Neulengbach) 112002/03: Hanna Ljungberg (Umeå) 102001/02: Gabriela Enache (Codru Anenii Noi) 12

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